Last week, L.A. Weekly published a profile by Art Tavana about pop musician Sky Ferreira, which largely focused on Tavana’s extremely edgy horniness. (Julianne explains it here.)
Another day, another troll: today a boring man was allowed to publish a think piece about not-boring musician Sky Ferreira that began by discussing her “killer tits,” as seen on her last album cover, and comparing her cup size to Madonna’s (in a deeply uninspired collation he carried out ‘til the very end).
Love Sky Ferreira so much, although her rendition of 1950s standard "Blue Velvet" is a little pitchy from the nosebleeds, as this clip shows. Where she shines, she shines, though: the chorus, the particular vulnerability with which she sings the lyrics about her heart and the memories.
Wait—am I gonna get sued for typing the year "1989" without a copyright? No? Okay. So, Taylor Swift, god of your gods but not of mine, has been spending a good amount of time with the Haim sisters as of late, calling them her "squad" like she has been listening to a lot of Waka Flocka and going on vacation with them…
Sky Ferreira posted a response to her Facebook page on Thursday after she was accused of racism in her latest music video, "I Blame Myself," which caused a storm of controversy when Ferreira was accused of using people of color as "props" and glamorizing street gangs.