The mission here was to do a simple fact check on this statement about not wearing white. I found some truth in it but after searching the entire web I was able to find maybe 2 pic with the Weeknd wearing a white shirt. For sure The Weeknd definetly wears black 95% of the time, 4.99% he wears some other dark color and .01% maybe a white shirt with back writings. LOL!
Thoughts Posted by Chris Porter
The song focuses on the acknowledgment of his drug addiction and the consequences that my follow. Despite him knowing, he continues to use because it bring satisfaction and "he loves it". In the song he makes reference to a female, but this is not a person. "She" is a alias for the drugs so don't be confused.
As we all know this song isn't the typical track that we would expect from Kendrick Lamar. Kendrick spoke about the inspiration of this song on an Interview at The Breakfast Club. The inspiration came while taking to some of the older people in his neighborhood. That conversation influenced him to do song that is out of the norm and send a positive influence into the community. It is a song of self worth, empowerment and strength through tough times. Essentially, throughout all the hardship one must learn to love oneself despite others who may try to do you hard and pull you down. www.youtube.com/...ngqmk
Red flags symbolize warnings of danger. How many of us here wanted a relationship so bad that even if you knew it’s not going to last and that you’re just going to get hurt in the end, you still want it anyway? But it just didn’t work no matter how many mountains you’ve climbed and oceans crossed.
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