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  • I thank y’all for not judging me and being able to respect us being humans. That’s what we should all be able to do. I specialize in love. A lot of people wonder, the small majority who don’t understand, wonder why Lil B would be here. But you know, it’s good. I love to spread love, you know. That’s what I’m here to do.

    Lil B the Based God’s lecture at NYU

    Yung God - Caillou Based Freestyle

    he seriously makes me feel better, idc if ppl think he’s a joke or w/e. i feel like this generation needs someone like lil b :)

    he seriously makes me feel better, idc if ppl think he’s a joke or w/e. i feel like this generation needs someone like lil b :)

    dassitright:

    #basedlove

    hero status

    dassitright:

#basedlove

hero status

    solematic19:

    You know…just a lil’ something.

    He was cute until he smiled.

    solematic19:

You know…just a lil’ something.

He was cute until he smiled.

    alexmacpherson:

    I didn’t think I was asking the question in that headline but NEVER MIND here are some words on Odd Future, Lil B, Angel Haze and homophobia in hip-hop.

    Excerpt:

    Thousands of words have been expended on Odd Future’s lyrical content and What It All Means since their rise to prominence over the past year, but only now – as lead member Tyler, the Creator gears up for the release of his second album Goblin – have they been pressed to explain themselves. Which, in recent interviews, Tyler has done in a particularly mealy-mouthed fashion. “I’m not homophobic,” he declared to NME last week. “I just think ‘faggot’ hits and hurts people.”