*To everyone that purchased the pre-order shirt & buttons!*
We've had some recent issues with the company that was in line to print the shirts. We are working quickly to find another company to print them ASAP!
YOUR MONEY IS SAFE AND SOUND!
We plan on having these items out ASAP!
Any questions and or concerns, please email Crueltyoftheheavens@gmail.com
We sincerely apologize for this minor set back!
More updates as well receive them!
🎤 ВЫХОДИ ЗА МЕНЯ 🎤 - из своего «космического корабля» 🎼🎼🎼🎼🎼🎼🎼🎼 С высоты своей заветной мечты…
С высоты своей заветной мечты громко кричу
Комплименты в твою ленту из самых нежных чувств.
Разговоры внутри меня сводят с ума,
Они мне говорят: «дурак, не отпускай ее никогда!»
У нас с тобой все как в кино легко.
Наша любовь – море без берегов.
Я приколол много разных снов и я тебе скажу одно:
🛸🚀🛰 Если есть в тебе позитив,
Если есть в тебе радость жизни.
Если ты еще можешь любить
И готова к сюрпризам. 🛸🚀💺 То выходи за меня гулять по жизни!
Выходи за меня, без тебя ни дня.
Выходи за меня из своего космического корабля!
Выходи за меня! Выходи за меня! 🛸🚀🛰 Когда мы вместе – это мега туса,
Когда мы вместе это – hey wassup.
Когда мы вместе – это супер плюсы, праздник вкуса
И мы слишком много думаем.
В городе любви катимся кубарем,
Нарушаем все параллели.
Наши чувства вышибают двери
И ты вся в моих руках.
Музыка в наших сердцах,
Все вокруг в ярких цветах,
У нас номер «luxe» на облаках.
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#MeekMill is currently serving his two-to-four-year prison sentence, but fans, loved ones and his legal team are all fighting for his freedom on the outside. Now, #JayZ is writing a special op-ed in The New York Times to shed light on his case, as well as the treatment of black men on probation and parole by the justice system. "What’s happening to Meek Mill is just one example of how our criminal justice system entraps and harasses hundreds of thousands of black people every day," Jay writes. "I saw this up close when I was growing up in Brooklyn during the 1970s and 1980s. Instead of a second chance, probation ends up being a land mine, with a random misstep bringing consequences greater than the crime. A person on probation can end up in jail over a technical violation like missing a curfew." As he continues, the 4:44 veteran brings up the argument that Meek being behind bars will cost the taxpayers tons of money, even though he believes no one would say that him being locked up keeps them safer. "Taxpayers in Philadelphia, Meek Mill’s hometown, will have to spend tens of thousands of dollars each year to keep him locked up, and I bet none of them would tell you his imprisonment is helping to keep them safer," he continues. "He’s there because of arrests for a parole violation, and because a judge overruled recommendations by a prosecutor and his probation officer that he doesn’t deserve more jail time. That’s why I stopped my show in Dallas last week to talk about Meek." Hov also goes on to admit that Meek's case is inspiring him to address what's happening to other black people who are being locked up for violating probation and parole. He even provides statistics and stresses how unfair it is that one minor infraction can send them back to prison for a lengthy period. "The specifics of Meek’s case inspired me to write this," he explains. "But it’s time we highlight the random ways people trapped in the criminal justice system are punished every day. The system treats them as a danger to society, consistently monitors and follows them for any minor infraction — with the goal of putting them back in prison."