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  • I’ve been trying so hard to be strong, but right now my heart is breaking into pieces 💔. Mikey I love you so much and there’s not a single day I don’t think about you. It’s not fair but I can’t be selfish because god needed you back. I see it as this we only experience people for a period of time we don’t get to keep everybody important in our lives forever, so I’m glad I got all the memories and love I needed from you. Please hug and kiss Mali for me. We love you guys so much ❤️. #only1mikey #MALIFOREVER 🕊
  • I’ve been trying so hard to be strong, but right now my heart is breaking into pieces 💔. Mikey I love you so much and there’s not a single day I don’t think about you. It’s not fair but I can’t be selfish because god needed you back. I see it as this we only experience people for a period of time we don’t get to keep everybody important in our lives forever, so I’m glad I got all the memories and love I needed from you. Please hug and kiss Mali for me. We love you guys so much ❤️. #only1mikey #MALIFOREVER 🕊

  •  44  5  12 November, 2019
  • I can’t get you off my mind, my heart is so heavy 💔. I miss you dearly bro, it’s just not right. I still feel like your here with us every night I’m in your bed, you left parts of you with everyone because I can still feel you here with us. You impacted so many people that I’m praying for anyone that felt impacted by Mikey, you were such a good person and father I just thank you. I feel empty without you here and it sucks that I won’t get to see you again, but I’ll see you later bro give Mali a kiss for me. We’ve got court, B, Chelsea and the babies 🤞🏽. #only1mikey #maliforever 🕊
  • I can’t get you off my mind, my heart is so heavy 💔. I miss you dearly bro, it’s just not right. I still feel like your here with us every night I’m in your bed, you left parts of you with everyone because I can still feel you here with us. You impacted so many people that I’m praying for anyone that felt impacted by Mikey, you were such a good person and father I just thank you. I feel empty without you here and it sucks that I won’t get to see you again, but I’ll see you later bro give Mali a kiss for me. We’ve got court, B, Chelsea and the babies 🤞🏽. #only1mikey #maliforever 🕊

  •  47  0  18 September, 2019
  • #maliforever 🇲🇱
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A nous la victoire bonne chance aux aigles
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    A nous la victoire bonne chance aux aigles

  •  8  0  2 July, 2019
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Plus de 130 morts et 55 blessés ... Tels sont les chiffres annoncés par l'ONU, en pertes humaines et personnes sinistrées, lors du massacre commis au sein du village peul d'Ogossagou, ce samedi 23 mars. Nos pensées de compassion et de fortification vont en direction du peuple Malien. 
Source: @parismatch_magazine
Crédit 📸: Michèle Cattani
#WaaraMagazine
  • ⚜️ 𝐍𝐄𝐖𝐒 ⚜️
    Plus de 130 morts et 55 blessés ... Tels sont les chiffres annoncés par l'ONU, en pertes humaines et personnes sinistrées, lors du massacre commis au sein du village peul d'Ogossagou, ce samedi 23 mars. Nos pensées de compassion et de fortification vont en direction du peuple Malien.
    Source: @parismatch_magazine
    Crédit 📸: Michèle Cattani
    #WaaraMagazine

  •  28  4  25 March, 2019
  • Kavos, June 2019 sponsored by dove
  • Kavos, June 2019 sponsored by dove

  •  180  14  24 March, 2019
  • don't be afraid to explore all of your powers. 
#letitgo
let it all go

#Repost @ulotrichousjonesbellamy (@get_repost)
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Those of us who were already studying African cultures, dynasties and civilizations, and who already had reverence and love for these things, should not be disdainful of our people who are now being introduced to these concepts through a fictional, African-inspired kingdom. We shouldn't scoff at them because this all looks faddish and commercialized to us on many levels. Wasn't it our desire that we should all discover the truth and wonder of our overlooked histories? Was there never a time when we ourselves were unaware and someone met us at the doorway to usher us in without questioning what brought us knocking? 
The Black Panther presents the image of an African king who is the wealthiest man in the entire world. Embrace that image and point them further to discover its origin in the Emperor Mansa Musa of Mali who was the wealthiest human to ever live. They show images of beautiful Black Warrior Women who are renowned for their prowess as both warriors and strategists. Embrace the image and point them to its origin in the Dahomey Warrior Women and in Queen Nzinga. The designers and writers of this movie went literal extra miles to draw directly from real African cultures, kingdoms and larger than life rulers and personalities. Use that.

Make the real world connections for those who have been captivated by this mainstream imagery and are unaware of the truth behind it. Show them the authenticity of the underlying greatness so that it ceases to be "make believe" and becomes a bedrock understanding of their true heritage. Stop looking at people who are simply hungry to see powerful and proud images of themselves and their true Motherland as "sellouts"...and simply do the work of helping to feed them now that they've come to the table. 
#MaliForever #SonghaiForever #KushForever #KemetForever #AksumForever #NokForever #SenecaVillageForever #GreenwoodDistrictForever #RosewoodForever and yes... #WAKANDAFOREVER!!!
  • don't be afraid to explore all of your powers.
    #letitgo
    let it all go

    #Repost @ulotrichousjonesbellamy (@get_repost)
    ・・・
    Those of us who were already studying African cultures, dynasties and civilizations, and who already had reverence and love for these things, should not be disdainful of our people who are now being introduced to these concepts through a fictional, African-inspired kingdom. We shouldn't scoff at them because this all looks faddish and commercialized to us on many levels. Wasn't it our desire that we should all discover the truth and wonder of our overlooked histories? Was there never a time when we ourselves were unaware and someone met us at the doorway to usher us in without questioning what brought us knocking?
    The Black Panther presents the image of an African king who is the wealthiest man in the entire world. Embrace that image and point them further to discover its origin in the Emperor Mansa Musa of Mali who was the wealthiest human to ever live. They show images of beautiful Black Warrior Women who are renowned for their prowess as both warriors and strategists. Embrace the image and point them to its origin in the Dahomey Warrior Women and in Queen Nzinga. The designers and writers of this movie went literal extra miles to draw directly from real African cultures, kingdoms and larger than life rulers and personalities. Use that.

    Make the real world connections for those who have been captivated by this mainstream imagery and are unaware of the truth behind it. Show them the authenticity of the underlying greatness so that it ceases to be "make believe" and becomes a bedrock understanding of their true heritage. Stop looking at people who are simply hungry to see powerful and proud images of themselves and their true Motherland as "sellouts"...and simply do the work of helping to feed them now that they've come to the table.
    #MaliForever #SonghaiForever #KushForever #KemetForever #AksumForever #NokForever #SenecaVillageForever #GreenwoodDistrictForever #RosewoodForever and yes... #WAKANDAFOREVER!!!

  •  4  0  17 March, 2019
  • Mes frérot 🙏🏾🥰♥️ #maliforever 🇲🇱
  • Mes frérot 🙏🏾🥰♥️ #maliforever 🇲🇱

  •  256  2  1 February, 2019
  • La culture et la beauté malienne au rendez-vous de la mode. #Maliforever.💚💛❤🔥🔥.
  • La culture et la beauté malienne au rendez-vous de la mode. #Maliforever.💚💛❤🔥🔥.

  •  27  0  27 December, 2018
  • ParTea time for this bride to be! 💍🌸🌞 #maliforever
  • ParTea time for this bride to be! 💍🌸🌞 #maliforever

  •  849  4  22 July, 2018
  • En Direct avec le Premier Ministre Boubeye Maiga #MaliForever
  • En Direct avec le Premier Ministre Boubeye Maiga #MaliForever

  •  12  0  28 June, 2018
  • Happy birthday mama❤️ Would have been her 50th birthday today #maliforever
  • Happy birthday mama❤️ Would have been her 50th birthday today #maliforever

  •  6,146  79  6 May, 2018
  • Hier j’étais Malien, aujourd’hui je suis Malien et demain je serai Malien #MaliForever 🇲🇱💪🏾
  • Hier j’étais Malien, aujourd’hui je suis Malien et demain je serai Malien #MaliForever 🇲🇱💪🏾

  •  59  4  23 April, 2018
  • G-D! This is so freakin well said!! #Repost from @ulotrichousjonesbellamy by @multisave_app
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Those of us who were already studying African cultures, dynasties and civilizations, and who already had reverence and love for these things, should not be disdainful of our people who are now being introduced to these concepts through a fictional, African-inspired kingdom. We shouldn't scoff at them because this all looks faddish and commercialized to us on many levels. Wasn't it our desire that we should all discover the truth and wonder of our overlooked histories? Was there never a time when we ourselves were unaware and someone met us at the doorway to usher us in without questioning what brought us knocking? 
The Black Panther presents the image of an African king who is the wealthiest man in the entire world. Embrace that image and point them further to discover its origin in the Emperor Mansa Musa of Mali who was the wealthiest human to ever live. They show images of beautiful Black Warrior Women who are renowned for their prowess as both warriors and strategists. Embrace the image and point them to its origin in the Dahomey Warrior Women and in Queen Nzinga. The designers and writers of this movie went literal extra miles to draw directly from real African cultures, kingdoms and larger than life rulers and personalities. Use that.

Make the real world connections for those who have been captivated by this mainstream imagery and are unaware of the truth behind it. Show them the authenticity of the underlying greatness so that it ceases to be "make believe" and becomes a bedrock understanding of their true heritage. Stop looking at people who are simply hungry to see powerful and proud images of themselves and their true Motherland as "sellouts"...and simply do the work of helping to feed them now that they've come to the table. 
#MaliForever #SonghaiForever #KushForever #KemetForever #AksumForever #NokForever #SenecaVillageForever #GreenwoodDistrictForever #RosewoodForever and yes... #WAKANDAFOREVER!!!
  • G-D! This is so freakin well said!! #Repost from @ulotrichousjonesbellamy by @multisave_app
    •••
    Those of us who were already studying African cultures, dynasties and civilizations, and who already had reverence and love for these things, should not be disdainful of our people who are now being introduced to these concepts through a fictional, African-inspired kingdom. We shouldn't scoff at them because this all looks faddish and commercialized to us on many levels. Wasn't it our desire that we should all discover the truth and wonder of our overlooked histories? Was there never a time when we ourselves were unaware and someone met us at the doorway to usher us in without questioning what brought us knocking?
    The Black Panther presents the image of an African king who is the wealthiest man in the entire world. Embrace that image and point them further to discover its origin in the Emperor Mansa Musa of Mali who was the wealthiest human to ever live. They show images of beautiful Black Warrior Women who are renowned for their prowess as both warriors and strategists. Embrace the image and point them to its origin in the Dahomey Warrior Women and in Queen Nzinga. The designers and writers of this movie went literal extra miles to draw directly from real African cultures, kingdoms and larger than life rulers and personalities. Use that.

    Make the real world connections for those who have been captivated by this mainstream imagery and are unaware of the truth behind it. Show them the authenticity of the underlying greatness so that it ceases to be "make believe" and becomes a bedrock understanding of their true heritage. Stop looking at people who are simply hungry to see powerful and proud images of themselves and their true Motherland as "sellouts"...and simply do the work of helping to feed them now that they've come to the table.
    #MaliForever #SonghaiForever #KushForever #KemetForever #AksumForever #NokForever #SenecaVillageForever #GreenwoodDistrictForever #RosewoodForever and yes... #WAKANDAFOREVER!!!

  •  13  0  16 April, 2018
  • Credit to @maattruth475 : Credit to @ulotrichousjonesbellamy : Those of us who were already studying African cultures, dynasties and civilizations, and who already had reverence and love for these things, should not be disdainful of our people who are now being introduced to these concepts through a fictional, African-inspired kingdom. We shouldn't scoff at them because this all looks faddish and commercialized to us on many levels. Wasn't it our desire that we should all discover the truth and wonder of our overlooked histories? Was there never a time when we ourselves were unaware and someone met us at the doorway to usher us in without questioning what brought us knocking? 
The Black Panther presents the image of an African king who is the wealthiest man in the entire world. Embrace that image and point them further to discover its origin in the Emperor Mansa Musa of Mali who was the wealthiest human to ever live. They show images of beautiful Black Warrior Women who are renowned for their prowess as both warriors and strategists. Embrace the image and point them to its origin in the Dahomey Warrior Women and in Queen Nzinga. The designers and writers of this movie went extra miles to draw directly from real African cultures, kingdoms and larger than life rulers and personalities. Use that.

Make the real world connections for those who have been captivated by this mainstream imagery and are unaware of the truth behind it. Show them the authenticity of the underlying greatness so that it ceases to be "make believe" and becomes a bedrock understanding of their true heritage. Stop looking at people who are simply hungry to see powerful and proud images of themselves and their true Motherland as "sellouts"...and simply do the work of helping to feed them now that they've come to the table. 
#MaliForever #SonghaiForever #KushForever #KemetForever #AksumForever #NokForever #SenecaVillageForever #GreenwoodDistrictForever #RosewoodForever and yes... #WAKANDAFOREVER!!!
  • Credit to @maattruth475 : Credit to @ulotrichousjonesbellamy : Those of us who were already studying African cultures, dynasties and civilizations, and who already had reverence and love for these things, should not be disdainful of our people who are now being introduced to these concepts through a fictional, African-inspired kingdom. We shouldn't scoff at them because this all looks faddish and commercialized to us on many levels. Wasn't it our desire that we should all discover the truth and wonder of our overlooked histories? Was there never a time when we ourselves were unaware and someone met us at the doorway to usher us in without questioning what brought us knocking?
    The Black Panther presents the image of an African king who is the wealthiest man in the entire world. Embrace that image and point them further to discover its origin in the Emperor Mansa Musa of Mali who was the wealthiest human to ever live. They show images of beautiful Black Warrior Women who are renowned for their prowess as both warriors and strategists. Embrace the image and point them to its origin in the Dahomey Warrior Women and in Queen Nzinga. The designers and writers of this movie went extra miles to draw directly from real African cultures, kingdoms and larger than life rulers and personalities. Use that.

    Make the real world connections for those who have been captivated by this mainstream imagery and are unaware of the truth behind it. Show them the authenticity of the underlying greatness so that it ceases to be "make believe" and becomes a bedrock understanding of their true heritage. Stop looking at people who are simply hungry to see powerful and proud images of themselves and their true Motherland as "sellouts"...and simply do the work of helping to feed them now that they've come to the table.
    #MaliForever #SonghaiForever #KushForever #KemetForever #AksumForever #NokForever #SenecaVillageForever #GreenwoodDistrictForever #RosewoodForever and yes... #WAKANDAFOREVER!!!

  •  17  0  26 February, 2018
  • Credit to @ulotrichousjonesbellamy : Those of us who were already studying African cultures, dynasties and civilizations, and who already had reverence and love for these things, should not be disdainful of our people who are now being introduced to these concepts through a fictional, African-inspired kingdom. We shouldn't scoff at them because this all looks faddish and commercialized to us on many levels. Wasn't it our desire that we should all discover the truth and wonder of our overlooked histories? Was there never a time when we ourselves were unaware and someone met us at the doorway to usher us in without questioning what brought us knocking? 
The Black Panther presents the image of an African king who is the wealthiest man in the entire world. Embrace that image and point them further to discover its origin in the Emperor Mansa Musa of Mali who was the wealthiest human to ever live. They show images of beautiful Black Warrior Women who are renowned for their prowess as both warriors and strategists. Embrace the image and point them to its origin in the Dahomey Warrior Women and in Queen Nzinga. The designers and writers of this movie went extra miles to draw directly from real African cultures, kingdoms and larger than life rulers and personalities. Use that.

Make the real world connections for those who have been captivated by this mainstream imagery and are unaware of the truth behind it. Show them the authenticity of the underlying greatness so that it ceases to be "make believe" and becomes a bedrock understanding of their true heritage. Stop looking at people who are simply hungry to see powerful and proud images of themselves and their true Motherland as "sellouts"...and simply do the work of helping to feed them now that they've come to the table. 
#MaliForever #SonghaiForever #KushForever #KemetForever #AksumForever #NokForever #SenecaVillageForever #GreenwoodDistrictForever #RosewoodForever and yes... #WAKANDAFOREVER!!!
  • Credit to @ulotrichousjonesbellamy : Those of us who were already studying African cultures, dynasties and civilizations, and who already had reverence and love for these things, should not be disdainful of our people who are now being introduced to these concepts through a fictional, African-inspired kingdom. We shouldn't scoff at them because this all looks faddish and commercialized to us on many levels. Wasn't it our desire that we should all discover the truth and wonder of our overlooked histories? Was there never a time when we ourselves were unaware and someone met us at the doorway to usher us in without questioning what brought us knocking?
    The Black Panther presents the image of an African king who is the wealthiest man in the entire world. Embrace that image and point them further to discover its origin in the Emperor Mansa Musa of Mali who was the wealthiest human to ever live. They show images of beautiful Black Warrior Women who are renowned for their prowess as both warriors and strategists. Embrace the image and point them to its origin in the Dahomey Warrior Women and in Queen Nzinga. The designers and writers of this movie went extra miles to draw directly from real African cultures, kingdoms and larger than life rulers and personalities. Use that.

    Make the real world connections for those who have been captivated by this mainstream imagery and are unaware of the truth behind it. Show them the authenticity of the underlying greatness so that it ceases to be "make believe" and becomes a bedrock understanding of their true heritage. Stop looking at people who are simply hungry to see powerful and proud images of themselves and their true Motherland as "sellouts"...and simply do the work of helping to feed them now that they've come to the table.
    #MaliForever #SonghaiForever #KushForever #KemetForever #AksumForever #NokForever #SenecaVillageForever #GreenwoodDistrictForever #RosewoodForever and yes... #WAKANDAFOREVER!!!

  •  17  2  26 February, 2018
  • Those of us who were already studying African cultures, dynasties and civilizations, and who already had reverence and love for these things, should not be disdainful of our people who are now being introduced to these concepts through a fictional, African-inspired kingdom. We shouldn't scoff at them because this all looks faddish and commercialized to us on many levels. Wasn't it our desire that we should all discover the truth and wonder of our overlooked histories? Was there never a time when we ourselves were unaware and someone met us at the doorway to usher us in without questioning what brought us knocking? 
The Black Panther presents the image of an African king who is the wealthiest man in the entire world. Embrace that image and point them further to discover its origin in the Emperor Mansa Musa of Mali who was the wealthiest human to ever live. They show images of beautiful Black Warrior Women who are renowned for their prowess as both warriors and strategists. Embrace the image and point them to its origin in the Dahomey Warrior Women and in Queen Nzinga. The designers and writers of this movie went literal extra miles to draw directly from real African cultures, kingdoms and larger than life rulers and personalities. Use that.

Make the real world connections for those who have been captivated by this mainstream imagery and are unaware of the truth behind it. Show them the authenticity of the underlying greatness so that it ceases to be "make believe" and becomes a bedrock understanding of their true heritage. Stop looking at people who are simply hungry to see powerful and proud images of themselves and their true Motherland as "sellouts"...and simply do the work of helping to feed them now that they've come to the table. 
#MaliForever #SonghaiForever #KushForever #KemetForever #AksumForever #NokForever #SenecaVillageForever #GreenwoodDistrictForever #RosewoodForever and yes... #WAKANDAFOREVER!!!
  • Those of us who were already studying African cultures, dynasties and civilizations, and who already had reverence and love for these things, should not be disdainful of our people who are now being introduced to these concepts through a fictional, African-inspired kingdom. We shouldn't scoff at them because this all looks faddish and commercialized to us on many levels. Wasn't it our desire that we should all discover the truth and wonder of our overlooked histories? Was there never a time when we ourselves were unaware and someone met us at the doorway to usher us in without questioning what brought us knocking?
    The Black Panther presents the image of an African king who is the wealthiest man in the entire world. Embrace that image and point them further to discover its origin in the Emperor Mansa Musa of Mali who was the wealthiest human to ever live. They show images of beautiful Black Warrior Women who are renowned for their prowess as both warriors and strategists. Embrace the image and point them to its origin in the Dahomey Warrior Women and in Queen Nzinga. The designers and writers of this movie went literal extra miles to draw directly from real African cultures, kingdoms and larger than life rulers and personalities. Use that.

    Make the real world connections for those who have been captivated by this mainstream imagery and are unaware of the truth behind it. Show them the authenticity of the underlying greatness so that it ceases to be "make believe" and becomes a bedrock understanding of their true heritage. Stop looking at people who are simply hungry to see powerful and proud images of themselves and their true Motherland as "sellouts"...and simply do the work of helping to feed them now that they've come to the table.
    #MaliForever #SonghaiForever #KushForever #KemetForever #AksumForever #NokForever #SenecaVillageForever #GreenwoodDistrictForever #RosewoodForever and yes... #WAKANDAFOREVER!!!

  •  131  29  26 February, 2018
  • Alguien especial se fue de mi vida pero apesar de todo eso siempre seguiré adelante #MALIFOREVER espero que te encuentres bien con los demás perritos que también te estarán haciéndote  compañía en el cielo siempre vas a ser la mejor mascota del mundo jamás te olvidare #nuncateolvidare 😔😩🐶🙌
  • Alguien especial se fue de mi vida pero apesar de todo eso siempre seguiré adelante #MALIFOREVER espero que te encuentres bien con los demás perritos que también te estarán haciéndote compañía en el cielo siempre vas a ser la mejor mascota del mundo jamás te olvidare #nuncateolvidare 😔😩🐶🙌

  •  5  0  10 February, 2018

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  • Mes frérot 🙏🏾🥰♥️ #maliforever 🇲🇱
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