Guest Blogger K.I.M. Talks Alicia Keys & Swiss Beats Plus Sits Down With Rapper Common

| June 6, 2010 | 0 Comments

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K.I.M. is one of our favorite bloggers over at Shuddup.com and recently she put Alicia Keys and Swiss Beats relationship in perspective and after reading her views on it we have to have to agree she makes a lot of since. Great food for thought on this Sunday morning.

“I don’t know what’s going on with me but I’m definitely going through a transition (change for those that don’t understand the terminology, lol).  I’m just getting to a point where I’m really fed up with people and their messy ass tendencies and jealous, spiteful behaviors.

People talked a bunch of shit when Alicia and Swizz got together, people called them both all types of names, etc.  In my opinion, people need to mind their damn business but aside from that, love is love.  We can’t control who we fall in love with and I don’t necessarily believe that we are meant to be with 1 person for the rest of our lives.  In very few cases that are true but it’s not the norm.  Life is too short to live a lie or be unhappy and when you meet a person and your spirits and energies just CLICK, it’s hard to ignore it and why should you?

I’m happy for Alicia and Swizz and wish them happiness and success with their upcoming marriage and the birth of their child.  To all of those talking shit SHUDDUP, if they weren’t getting married you’d talk shit and now that they are you’re talking shit.  How about taking a look at your life and digging within to see why you’re so unhappy that you have to focus on other people and talk about them and their unborn child. 

K.I.M chops it up with Common recently on Tom Joyner Morning Show Cruise

K.I.M. has been a part of the hip hop culture for many years, a former native of New York City, she has rubbed elbows with some of the biggest names in hip hop. Check out her blog at www.shuddup.com if you are in search of that rawness hip hop has to offer from a OG’s perspective.

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