Happy Birthday, Queen Afeni!

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Afeni Shakur, born Alice Faye Williams in January 10, 1947, Lumberton, North Carolina was Black Panther leader and the mother of our beloved Tupac Amaru Shakur and Sekyiwa Shakur.

LYRICS:
Now since we all came from a woman
Got our name from a woman
And our game from a woman
I wonder why we take from our women
Why we rap our women
Do we hate our women
Now since we all

My brothers I love yah
I hate to know some of you em treat us Glover
Black card revoked maybe you can use to discover
To find yourself, do you feel the same way bout your mother?
Do you overlook our beauty but you love it on the others?
hope you teach your daughter all to stay away suckers
Like yourself, if you don’t love yourself,
I’m so southern
I was taught to feed the soul with or without hot ovens
Here’s a plate, I know the hate come from da black man struggle
We all in the same shape so I know we fit your puzzle
Either way we got your back, I only pray you be our muscle
Strength in the times we all overcome wit trouble, everyday we pulling doubles and for ourselves and home
My mom and daddy taught me early on protect our own
We never stopped loving you so turn your love back on
And I pray you feel the same love as that Tupac song
We ain’t your hoes or your bitches
Trophies or meant for pimpin
Recognize a gift from God outweighs a birthday or a Christmas
Too protect our lives you down to take it to the limit?
Rib of your rib do you still feel us in ya?

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I dont know where i would be
If you werent here with me
If you dont hear anybody else say it
Please know your appreciated
The way you walk, the way you talk so fine
And eww you got a brilliant mind
There aint nobody better
Each and every one of ya matter to me

My sisters, I know we on it
I feel your pain Imma woman disappointed
They should never take what’s never given to em cuz they want it
I was taught if you love me you would never cut corners
What we made in the night
We gotta raise in the morning
This a sucker niggas warning
You should never hit a woman
We should have some things in common
Just like common he respect us
It’s a law it’s not lecture
How you love us it affect us

I ain’t playing the middle like Ndeska
It ain’t complex to be emotional or affectionate
To my brothers that do I hope us sisters don’t think less of em
Tupac gone so you know that Rap had to message em
We try to do our best for dem
Mother panther vibes
We need strong men so our baby boys survive
Love our great fathers
I know some statistics lied
But all the ones that didn’t
Yo, you gotta do your job
I know this life ain’t easy
Everyone of us is flawed
At the least love your woman
We the closest thing to God
And tell her everyday to keep her head up
When it’s hard
If you truly recognize that we

I know i wouldnt be nothin
Without you by my side
You have always been the savior
You’re the closest thing to God
So i just wanna thank you
For being so good to me
And i apologize
For not always being what im supposed to be

I just wanted to write this letter
I promise im gonna do better

I dont know where i would be
If you werent here with me
If you dont hear anybody else say it
Please know your appreciated
The way you walk, the way you talk so fine
And eww you got a brilliant mind
There aint nobody better
Each and every one of ya matter to me

CREDITS:
Directed by: Cam Be
Produced by: Whitney Gaspard & Maureen Pierre
Director of Photography: Dante Marshall
Editor: Cam Be
Lead Actress: Alyssa Rayomie Tibbs

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