Anonymous asked: damnn, your song on here is you rappin?! you're very good! (:
thankss , who this ? lol
“I don’t like it. I’ve known Lamar for a long time, and for the team itself, he’s meant a lot in terms of his versatility, his personality. He’s a big presence for us in the locker room, just from a team chemistry standpoint. He’s great at bringing guys together and things of that nature. I trust management knows what they’re doing. I let them do their jobs, I never get in the way but it’s tough. You’re talking about sixth man of the year last year. He played lights out. Especially to them [the Dallas Mavericks]. We were supposed to come back and get them back, know what I mean?” — Kobe Bryant on the Lamar Odom trade
mhm should i drop my second verse & finish it ..
A little backstory to this clip before you watch it:
Will Smith’s father abandoned him and his mother when he was a child, and when Will was finally getting into show business and making a name for himself, he tried to sneak his way back into his life like nothing happened. Will co-wrote this episode, and James Avery (Uncle Phil) said “this scene was the hardest thing I’ve ever had to shoot in my life. Every emotion, every word.. that was Will”
Will was actually supposed to play it off and then walk away, and there was originally an alternate scene that was supposed to happen, but he actually completely cut out what was supposed to be said, and did all of his own dialogue. The hug at the end of this scene is completely genuine, and this was a stepping stone in Will’s career where he started to take on the “do what feels, sounds, and looks right” approach to his acting.
I don’t even care if I do anything anymore, I mean it bothered me before but now I’m just used to it. I have no expectations for anything because it always ends up leading me to disappointment. I don’t care if I’m a loser and have no plans because when I do end up having plans they end up being ruined or not happening. No expectations, no disappointment.
This should have a Million Reblogs