Martial Law, World War III, and Nuclear devastation are the sequence of events that will occur in 2015. Two Thousand and fifteen is going to be an unpredictable year. Things that we never saw coming will occur. Iggy Azelea will sale more records than Beyonce, Lebron will return to Miami, and Viola Davis will be named the hottest woman alive. I’m just kidding about my previous statements, but I really do think that 2015 is going to be an exciting year. I will be graduating from Georgia State University in spring 2015. (Pats self on back).
I can’t say what will happen in 2015, only GOD knows, but I can tell you a couple of things that I hope will happen. I hope that the Chicago Bears will fire quarterback Jay Cutler and re-hire Lovey Smith as coach. I hope that the media will stop giving people like Charles Barkley air time to talk about topics that they are only semi knowledgeable about. I hope that if another racial Clippers situation occurs our players will be man enough to sit out some games rather than turn their jersey around for a quick ass second. We all know that money rules everything around us and some things are bigger than our personal pockets.
I hope that the deadly police brutality that has impacted us in 2014 will be resolved. Will there be a plan put in place that will keep all parties involved safe and ensure that justice is served once and for all? I don’t expect any of this to happen in 2015, but damn it would be a nice start. If I don’t have to hear about another unarmed black man being killed by an officer of the law that would be the best year ever! The police do have tasers right?
I hope that the Healthcare plan put in place by President Obama works out for the best. Also, maybe some more of our troops overseas can come home to their families rather than the US sending more.
I hope that some of the old heads in the rap game, and some of the new influential people of the Hip Hop world will speak up and speak out about the gang related violence in Chicago, the silly glorification of side chicks, and the epidemic of fatherless black children.
I hope that Ebola virus will go back to being a thing of the past and that we find a cure for AIDS. Whether these are silly hopes or thoughts I speak them into existence. I look forward to the controversy, the challenges and success that the future holds for me. Take a second to reflect on your 2014, embrace this absurd journey called life, and plan for a great 2015
By: Tila G