Amber Rose Says She and Rapper 21 Savage Are ‘Perfect for Each Other’ — Read Her Emotional Note

Amber Rose has a new man in her life.

The model took to Instagram early Monday morning to share a candid, emotional note about rapper 21 Savage, whom she’s been spotted spending time with in recent weeks.

“It’s pretty amazing waking up every morning feeling love like this,” she captioned a photo of the two in bed. “I’ve cried endlessly and been hurt a lot in my life, I’ve been abused, talked to like I wasn’t s—, been gaslighted and Slut shamed by men that I once loved and cared about. So I’m so thankful that God brought this amazing person in my life who genuinely has my back and is ready to ‘pull up’ to defend my honor by any means.”

“Maybe he’s just as broken as me and that’s why we’re perfect for each other,” she added. “But either way he’s not going anywhere and neither am I.”

Rose also shared a video of the two kissing and cuddling in the mirror.

“When he loves spoiling you but you got ur own money so you spoil him instead,” she wrote. “Ain’t nothin like that #thuglove.”

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Over the weekend, Rose took to Instagram to share a clip from 21 Savage’s recent radio interview with The Real After Party on Real 92.3.

“She’s beautiful, right?” he said. “We’ve just been kicking it, man. She’s a real cool woman. She treats me like a king, so it is what it is. And no disrespect will be tolerated, at all. Keep your mouth closed, no hoes, no bitches, no nothing, ’cause I’m pulling up.”

When asked about the age difference between the two — Rose is 33 and Savage is 24 — the rapper said he was only younger “in age, not mentally.”

But that being said, he’s still learning a few things from her.

“She makes me do s— that I don’t normally do,” he explained. “Like take vitamins and drink water.”

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Most recently, Rose was linked to Dancing with the Stars pro Val Chmerkovskiy. The two split in February after about five months of dating.

The star shares a 4-year-old son, Sebastian Taylor, with rapper Wiz Khalifa.


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‘You Carry On, We Carry Off’: The Savage New (Spoof) United Airlines Slogans

Rebrands often follow a PR nightmare.

And with United Airlines in the news for all the wrong reasons this week after a passenger was forcibly dragged from a flight because the airline overbooked it, social media users have suggested dozens of new mottos it may want to adopt.

But with recommendations such as “We overbooked but you pay the price” to “We put the hospital into hospitality” trending via the #NewUnitedAirlinesMottos on Twitter, it’s unlikely United will take them up anytime soon.

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Wise Music to Soothe the Savage Beast of My Mind

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In a world that’s always switched on, spinning ever faster, how do we slow down that relentless momentum long enough to find our center?

Having worked in large corporations most of my life, subjected to the pressures and stress these environments cultivate, I discovered a simple answer to that question: with music. Like the expression, “Music has charms to soothe a savage beast,” my mind is more tranquil when I listen to music I like, be it jazz, rock, classical or the chill out sounds from yoga class. Included in this mix, I’ve been listening to Dechen Shak, who performs traditional Tibetan music with harmonic melodies and inspiring lyrics, which have had a soothing effect on my otherwise turbo speed existence.

Her career is an interesting story of how an artist representing traditional wisdom made their work more approachable by evolving to a contemporary sound with the encouragement of a rock producer and a pop diva.

I first heard Dechen on the radio in 1989 with a single that took age-old Buddhist mantras and songs her father, Dagsay Rinpoche (who is a Lama), composed and set them to music. Soon after, she quite her job to focus on her music and the resulting album Dewa Che received Gold Record status in Switzerland and was voted in the United States as “Best Spiritual Album.” Her music was getting better known and in 1994 Dechen was asked to sing on the soundtrack of Bernardo Bertolucci’s movie Little Buddha. Nine more albums followed as well as many international concerts in Europe, USA and Asia, including performing for the Dalai Lama.

One element of Dechen’s work I find very inspiring is how she channels some of the proceeds from her albums to a project in Tibet, providing vocational training for young Tibetans to help sustain themselves and their families.

A very special musical cooperation started in 2009 with the project BEYOND. Working with Tina Turner, Dechen represented the Buddhist voice on a spiritual album promoting peace and understanding between various religious faiths. The BEYOND records were well received and went on to achieve gold and platinum status.

Following this collaboration, a solo album called JEWEL brought Dechen and her ensemble to Hong Kong, South Korea and India. As a special highlight she was invited by Philip Glass to perform at New York’s Carnegie Hall along with Lou Reed and Laurie Anderson. The Wall Street Journal gave the concert a very positive review and quoted Dechen:

“I had the feeling as if out of Carnegie Hall, I’m sending this prayer out to the world that there can be peace in the world and Tibet.”

ASIAN JEWEL followed in 2014, featuring two renowned Chinese musicians. I was happily surprised to hear that Tibetan music is getting more popular in Mainland China as the government has now allowed more cultural diversity in the arts.

As Dechen’s musical experience grew, she started to explore a more contemporary sound in order to reach a broader public. Out of respect for the Tibetan Buddhist tradition, Dechen and her producer Helge van Dyk travelled to India and met with the sister of the Dalai Lama, Mrs. Jetsün Pema, to receive advice on how to modernize the traditional music. They were delighted when they were told: ‘the time needs this’. They also visited Dharamsala in Northern India, which is the homeland in exile for Tibetans. There they were invited to special concert and as an exception, Helge was the only Westerner allowed in the audience. He was so impressed by the power and high energy of the music he could only say: ‘this is rock and roll!’

2015-07-01-1435741076-1262093-DechenorangeAlbertoVenzagoKopie.jpg Dechen had some challenges at the start of the album: “I remember when Helge said at the very beginning of this production that this album will be a big challenge for both of us. We wanted to create a modern way of transmitting the ancient Tibetan texts and songs for a wider audience without loosing the essence. With the support of Helge I dared to go into the special energy of my ethnic voice. At the beginning I was quite hesitant because I didn’t know if I could manage it. And then when Tina Turner also encouraged me to use the power of my voice, I felt I wanted to give it a try.”

I was surprised to hear on some of the songs from the new album Day Tomorrow, what sounded like Dechen rapping part of the lyrics. When I asked her if this was her way of modernizing the sound, she said it is a very old tradition in monasteries for monks to recite certain prayers in a very speedy rap-like manner in order to keep their mind focused, and also because the prayers are often repeated 100,000 times or more.

The production of the album was enhanced by the help of some top L.A. studio musicians like Leland Sklar on bass guitar, Martin Tillman on E-Cello and Satnam Ramgotra on percussion. And the finishing touches were done in the inspiring environment of Peter Gabriel’s Real World Studios near Bristol, England.

The current album focuses on the theme of sustainability for our planet and how our mindful actions Today can create the base for a good Tomorrow. This is the first time Dechen is singing not only in Tibetan but also in French, with a mix of soft meditative mantras and also some very groovy songs with a dynamic beat. All these elements can be heard in the video ‘Le Bonheur‘, which is a prayer for peace in the world and it’s Dechen’s heartfelt wish to reach as many people as possible with this positive message.

As much as I love the traditional, soothing songs on her past albums I have to admit the new sounds put a smile on my face and make me want to get up and dance. As a stress buster and a way of supporting a better tomorrow, I’m happy to have this on my playlist to soothe the savage beast of my mind.

(Day Tomorrow is available on iTunes. For more information: www.dechen-shak.com)

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Savage Run 2

Savage Run 2


Book 2 in the death-defying, action-packed YA Novella series. Heidi has made it part-way through the deadly Savage Run obstacle courses. However, the challenges to come are even more grueling than what she has already struggled through. So far, her gender has not been discovered, but it’s only a matter of time before someone realizes she’s a girl and has registered for Savage Run illegally. And when that happens, not even Nicholas will be able to protect her from being thrown into jail and possibly executed for breaking the law. As she searches for safety from the storm around her, an unexpected romance flourishes in the midst of all the chaos, but never having learned to trust anyone, Heidi finds it nearly impossible to open her heart. And as the obstacles increase in difficulty and her life is on the line again and again, she is forced to choose between her freedom, her safety, and the ones she loves. *Please be aware that the original “Savage Run” has been split and is now 3 parts (Books 1, 2 and 3). This is not a continuaton of the original story of the first edition.

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