WHITE FEMINIST LEAH KIRSCH USES JAY Z LYRICS ON ‘MILLIONEIRESS’ CLOTHING LINE, GETS HATE LOAD FROM BLACKS FOR PROFITING FROM BLACK CULTURE
New Age white feminist Leah Kirsch created Millioneiress clothing line, used lyrics from rapper Jay Z and now the black community are giving her a load of hate because she is using black culture ( and she’s white ) in order to make a profit. A sacrilege, of course! I agree with critics about her pricey jackets. I call them ‘gentifried ghettos’.
@kwuchu 4 hours ago
The rap music industry created billionaires and millionaires while using the most disgusting lyrics under the guise of being ‘ghetto authentic.’
Millioneiress was founded in 2013 during Leah’s senior year at Fordham University.
Her ideas quickly transformed into a lifestyle brand encompassing her
nonconformist finesse and inspiration from many.
The brand is created to empower women to be unapologetically themselves,
to recognize her uniqueness and embrace her flaws just as much as her assets.
For so long, women have been told to be poised, polite, and pretty.
Leah is re-defining sexy and changing the way women carry themselves.
She explains, “It’s about effortlessly saying and expressing what
you want to say – sometimes even without talking.”
“New-age feminism,” Leah calls it, “it has been long enough now
that we have been ‘polite,’ it’s time to make a scene.”