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“Real love, I’m searching for a real love.”
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“Some might call this racist—not the French.”
“Why see the world, when you got the beach?”
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You've been warned.
“We’re behaving like teenagers.”
They cared for and about their community. And their community cared just the same.
“I am still learning about Mac, learning about what his last moments were. I guess that is why I am crying.”
“‘IGOR’ was not a rap album if you ask me.”