Teyana Taylor 's stardom is doing anything but fading. The year-old triple threat took the music world by storm when she debuted in Kanye Wes t's music video for "Fade" in the middle of this year's live MTV Video Music Awards. Taylor's captivating Flashdance -esque routine in a sports bra and thong fueled headlines and water cooler conversation in the weeks that followed. While she has been in the business since she was a teenager, the moment catapulted her to instant international stardom. The level of heart certainly showed and celebrities from all parts of the industry could not help but applaud her.
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Taylor sat down with Page Six to discuss how becoming parents changed their sex lives. The pair has a 2-year-old daughter named Junie who is currently going through her co-sleeping phase. The promo for the show includes a bathroom scene in which Junie interrupts an intimate moment between her parents. Taylor explained what happened that night. Do not let the shower scenes fool you! She claims that it is all just a part of the journey of parenthood. Post-Junie, Mama is tired. I would be down, Mama and Papa had to go to work. Now we have to plan it out.
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Nonetheless, this current tune is undoubtedly about a sexual relationship between just her and another woman, which both the lyrics and music video clearly express. The video begins with Taylor in a dark room surrounded by sexy photos and video clips of herself and Kehlani together. The red lighting in this starting portion really helps to set the mood for the rest of the song. The first lyrics of verse one are as follows:. While the pair never actually kiss in the video, the two get super touchy-feely and seductive. It will probably be talked about and watched for years to come, seeing as the YouTube visual already has almost six million views in less than four days. The comments section is filled with intrigued fans who are loving everything about the new content.
They value femininity, motherhood, and masculinity in men. But God works in mysterious ways. As someone born and raised in the church this has been very difficult to moderate and there is some social pressure to become more involved. Reading all your comments makes me feel sometimes uplifted, other times scared as hell.