Fresh Prince Of Bel Air Quotes
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I really believe that people don’t understand how much I learned from watching Family Matters, The Fresh Prince of Bel-air and A Different World. Dwayne Wayne’s character taught me that not matter how hard school gets or not matter what people say about your physical appearance, push through it and be yourself, and always give back to the place that gave to you. Steve Urkel’s character taught me how to love a girl and the importance of patience. The Fresh Price of Bel-air demonstrated how to be a good son, and even if you are without a father, there is still a bright future that lies ahead. I practice everything I learn from these shows in my daily life and I get positive results.
Arshay Cooper (A Most Beautiful Thing: The True Story of America's First All-Black High School Rowing Team)
I had always coveted darker-skinned women their color. There was a mystery to their beauty that I found hypnotizing, Siren-like. They were hardly ever in Jet or Ebony or Essence, the magazines we subscribed to, unless they themselves were famous—the mom from The Fresh Prince of Bel Air, Whoopi Goldberg, Jackie Joyner, Oprah. Most of the Black women the public pronounced beautiful looked like Mama. Black Barbies. Bright. Hair wavier than curly. Petite figures.
Tara M. Stringfellow (Memphis)
She followed shows she had watched in Nigeria—The Fresh Prince of Bel Air, A Different World—and discovered new shows she had not known—Friends, The Simpsons—but it was the commercials that captivated her. She ached for the lives they showed, lives full of bliss, where all problems had sparkling solutions in shampoos and cars and packaged foods, and in her mind they became the real America, the America she would only see when she moved to school in the autumn.
Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie (Americanah)
Bel Air (music) Fresh Prince".
My life upside down backwards.
I would like to take a moment.
I can tell you that I was a prince of a town called Bel Air.
Born in West Philadelphia.
I spent most of my court date.
All is well for fun "Relaxin" Maxi.
And every school to take some balls B-.
When a few good ones.
The problem started in my field.
I had to struggle a little afraid of my mother.
He said: "You went to live with her aunt and uncle in Bel Air.".
I confess and diary
But boxed me on my way.
He kissed me and I gave him my card.
I put my Walkman and said. "I can"
I first layer is bad.
Champagne glass of orange juice consumption.
This is what people who live in Bel Air?
Ah, this could be good
But wait, I hear you're a prude, all middle class.
This is a place where you just need to write a cool cat?
I do not
I do not know, but I do not understand.
I hope you're ready for Prince of Bel-Air.
Good landing, and I
A police man at my name.
However, any attempt to stop.
I just moved here
I grew up at a high speed, I lost.
I whistled for a cab and asked him to come.
Put the dice "live" and a mirror.
If what I say in the cab are small.
But I thought, "No, we must not forget.".
-. "I'm home Bel Air".
I went to the house about seven or eight.
The taxi driver where I wanted to scream. "I do not smell it.".
I looked at my kingdom.
Eventually, I was able
When he sat on the throne, Prince of Bel Air.
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You can read the book, you can wear the shirt, you can even shout the slogans, but unless you know ALL the history behind it, you're trivializing the entire struggle.
You don’t want to be the chick on TMZ that killed the Fresh Prince of Bel-Air.
Tiffany Haddish (The Last Black Unicorn)