Kanye West Brought To Tears As He Sings To Fan Wearing ‘In Loving Memory Of Donda West’ Shirt

Kanye West is a very expressive person, but at times it is looked at as arrogance. Your minds might change after hearing about this Sunday’s #SaintPablo show in Miami, though, because Yeezus had a rather human experience with a fan that caused him to break down during the concert.

Looking down from his floating stage, West spotted a young lady who was rocking a tattoo of a ballerina from his ‘Runaway’ video. She was also wearing an ‘In loving memory of’ shirt which honored his mom and it instantly brought west to tears.

Kanye called her from the stage saying, “The girl in the ‘In loving memory of’ [T-shirt] with the ‘Runaway’ tattoo right here. You literally brought tears to my eyes.” Next, he asked her name and the crowd yelled “Krystal!”

‘Ye finished the song by serenading Krystal as she fanned out from below, wiping tears from her eyes. She told Vanity Fair that she’s ‘on top of the world’ after Sunday’s show. “I’m feeling like Pablo! I’m on top of the world! It’s been such a blessing to know that I touched him because his music has always touched me.”

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Kanye West Brought to Tears as He Sings To Fan Wearing ‘In Loving Memory of Donda West’ Shirt

Anyone Notice Alicia Keys At The VMAS Not Wearing Any Drop Of Makeup?

Back in May, Alicia Keys wrote an essay for LennyLetter in which she announced that she was no longer going to be wearing makeup, as part of a journey to uncover herself and stop trying to fit societal expectations.

“[Being photographed without makeup on was] the strongest, most empowered, most free, and most honestly beautiful that I have ever felt,” she wrote. “I hope to God it’s a revolution. Cause I don’t want to cover up anymore. Not my face, not my mind, not my soul, not my thoughts, not my dreams, not my struggles, not my emotional growth. Nothing.”

If you thought that she would have made an exception for the VMAs, you thought wrong. Alicia Keys walked the red carpet completely au natural Sunday night.

And she didn’t change her look when she took to the stage to present the award for Best Male Video, while sharing an inspiring poem and accapella performance in honor of the 53rd anniversary of Martin Luther King’s “I Have a Dream” speech.

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Men Are Wearing Hijab In Support Of Iranian Women

Photos of men wearing hijab, the traditional headscarf worn by Muslim women, have flooded social media. It’s more than just a trend or hashtag, though. It’s a statement supporting women in Iran. The country currently makes it mandatory for females to wear hijabs.

As The Daily Dot notes, that law has received a lot of backlash. My Stealthy Freedom has lead the charge, starting a campaign encouraging Iranian women to share photos of themselves without a hijab.

“In Iran women have to cover their hair in public according to the dress rule enforced after the Iranian Revolution in 1979,” the My Stealthy Freedom site explains. “My Stealthy Freedom is an online social movement where Iranian women share photos of themselves without wearing the hijab.”

Men are now showing their support by donning hijab and sharing the #MeninHijab hashtag. The argument is that Iranian women should have the right to choose whether or not to cover their hair.

“We Iranian boys do not support compulsory hijab,” one participant wrote.

Whether the movement spurs Iran to change its laws remains to be seen. In the meantime, it’s a powerful display of gender equality.

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Ciara Visits School In Lagos Wearing Iro & Buba (PHOTOS)

American singing superstar, Ciara, showed love to pupils of a secondary school in Lagos. She visited the school after her classic appearance in Dare’s Love Like A Movie Concert.

She was super excited to meet the students and captioned:

When I look In Their Eyes. I See Depth, Courage, Life, Love, Character, A Future Doctor, A Future Lawyer, A Future Scientist, A Future Leader, A Future Mom, A Future Dad. The Future!
When I Hold Their Hands, I Feel The Sweetest Love. Grateful
#Africa #Nigeria

When I look In Their Eyes. I See Depth, Courage, Life, Love, Character, A Future Doctor, A Future Lawyer, A Future Scientist, A Future Leader, A Future Mom, A Future Dad. The Future! 
When I Hold Their Hands, I Feel The Sweetest Love. Grateful 
#Africa #Nigeria

I Believe In My Dream and No One's Going To Stop Me From Achieving My Dream ?? #OneOfTheBestDaysOfMyLife #Nigeria
The Kids Are Our Future! ??
#OneOfTheBestSelfiesIveEverTaken. #OneOfTheBestDaysOfMyLife #Nigeria
Greeted By This Sweet Angel Singing My Song #IGotYou At The
ILADO community JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL and The Akande Dahunsi Memorial Senior/Junior high school Group #Nigeria #OneOfTheBestDaysOfMyLife

4 Colors You Should Avoid Wearing As A Wedding Guest

Let’s Start With the Obvious
Itching to wear a gorgeous white dress you just purchased? Put it back in your closet ASAP. While it may sound like the number one wedding-guest faux pas that everyone should know, some people forget it or ignore the rule and show up in a pearly white dress.

A Color Close to White
Off-white, beige, champagne, cream, or any other super light color that could be mistaken for white when the lights are dim and the people around you are toasting drink number three.

The Color the Bridesmaids Are Wearing
If you’re close with the bride, ask her for a heads up on what color the bridesmaid dresses are. That way, you won’t look like you’re trying to be a third-wheel to the wedding party by wearing a different style mint green dress than the other girls in the bridal party.

Glitter, Glitter, Glitter Everywhere
Save the sparkles for the bachelorette party or another Saturday night on the town. Avoid wearing anything too shimmering or distracting. All eyes should be on the bride and your disco ball looking dress may ruin her big moment to shine.


Woman Hospitalized For 4 Days After Wearing Skinny Jeans & Squatting

Associated Press reports a woman spent four days in a hospital with muscle damage after squatting repeatedly for hours while wearing skinny jeans. This is completely horrifying.

The 35-year-old woman (whose name has not been released) was helping a friend move and spent several hours squatting while she cleaned out cabinets. She said her legs began to feel numb. Then while she was walking home she fell and could not get up from the ground. She was stranded for hours before she managed to get help and get to a hospital.

 At the hospital, where medical staff had to cut her out of her jeans, she was diagnosed with muscle damage, swelling, and nerve blockage, all linked back to squatting in the tight jeans for too long.

Dr. Thomas Kimber of the Royal Adelaide Hospital in Australia where the woman was treated told reporters in an email he was surprised by the severe damage to her muscles and nerves.

“I think it’s the non-stretchy nature of jeans that might be the problem,” Dr. Kimber explained. With a stretchier fabric, her nerves and muscles might not have been squeezed as hard. He advised the patient to avoid squatting if she wears skinny jeans again but is there even a possibility that she might? If I was in a hospital for four days because of a pair of pants I would burn them and every pair that reminded me of them.

France Bans Muslim Girl From School For Wearing Black Skirt

The case of a Muslim girl who has been banned from class twice for wearing long skirt has sparked outcry in France. Earlier this month, the girl identified as Sarah, was stopped from going to class in the northeastern town of Charleville-Mezieres by the head teacher, who reportedly thought the long black skirt “conspicuously” showed religious affiliation, something that is strictly forbidden by France’s secular laws.

“The girl was not excluded, she was asked to come back with a neutral outfit and it seems her father did not want the student to come back to school,” Patrice Dutot, a local education official, told AFP on Tuesday.

The 15-year old student, however, told local daily newspaper L’Ardennais that her skirt was “nothing special, it’s very simple, there’s nothing conspicuous. There is no religious sign whatsoever.”

Sarah’s story has been trending on Twitter in France with the hashtag  #JePorteMaJupeCommeJeVeux, translated into English as “I wear my skirt as I please.”

According to the Committee against Islamophobia in France, known by its French acronym CCIF, some 130 students were banned from class last year for wearing outfits considered as too openly religious. France has an extremely strict law forbidding displays of religion deemed ostentatious.

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