TheCakesterr

Ask me anything!!!!  

Instagram: thecakesterr



twitter.com/cakesterr:

    "If you’re not LOUD, you’re silent !"

    — 6 days ago with 2 notes
    Anonymous asked: You are very sexy. Do you have a man already ?


    Answer:

    Indeed.

    — 6 days ago
    Anonymous asked: You are seriously uneducated if you really believe you don't have Afrikan ancestry. There is no way for you to look the way you do and not be of Afrikan descent. 75/25? Lmao that's not even accurate because most people in the western world are not 100% anything! Do you know what the western world is? What do you consider "white" to be anyway? Because in America people from the Middle East are classified as white. Get real girl and get an education. You desperately need it.


    Answer:

    Lmfao it’s REALLY not that fucking complicated . Come off anon idiot . Mom is half Vietnamese half American . Dad is 100% American . Backgrounds in the European region . Other than that, I’m not fucking black unless my great great great great great great great great SOMETHING was black . Wtf does it matter anyways 😒

    — 6 days ago

    "I just wanna buy the world… Do the impossible…." #teamLOUD #GrandModels

    — 6 days ago with 2 notes
    unthdx:

Unthdx X Cakesterr Interview

What are some things about yourself that nobody really knows about you? Talents ? Hobbies? Etc..
- some people may not know that I rapped for a few years in the Myspace days and that was partly how I became who I am now . I also play basketball when I get the chance . I like to shoot guns and do a lot of outdoorsy stuff . I guess you can say I’m kind of a tomboy haha

When did you realize you wanted to be a model and what obstacles have you come across throughout the years ?
- I realized it after I graduated high school in ‘09 . I had my first photoshoot around then and it wasn’t anything serious, I didn’t really know what to do . But after that I was hooked and I’ve always loved being in front of the camera . So like a year or so after that I got into it more and had my first “big deal” photoshoot that blew up on the net and is still circulating (the picture of me hanging from the basketball rim) . The only big obstacle to name is when I went to LA twice last year, bc I want to move out there, I wanted to get a feel for it and see if I could make some connections in the modeling industry and it’s a hell of a lot harder than you think . It’s all about who you know

We all know you as the famous “Cakesterr”.. Where did the name come from?
- the name came from a homegirl of mine, back in the Myspace days . She used to call herself cakeaholic or something like that and I don’t know, one day she just threw out the word “cakesterr” at me and I ran with it and pretty much put my own definition behind it . It’s my alter ego basically 

For the people who never met you name some of the things you do on the Orlando scene .
- I host club events, I’m known as the A&R or “the plug” for the TSA Showcases downtown, I’ve walked in a few fashion shows, I promote artists, events, and clothing brands . I’ve done a bunch of music videos with local artists . I’m kind of a socialite . 

What are your future goals and ambitions and where do you see yourself in the next 3-5 years ?
- ideally I’d like to be established in the modeling world . I’d also like to have a background in acting so that I can do commercials and eventually shows and movies . I’m trying to get out of Orlando . But if that’s not what is in my life plan, I just want to have a good paying job that I enjoy and I still want to be able to do some modeling on the side or as a hobby .

Who are some models,music artist,or influences that inspire you?
- I don’t really look up to a lot of people I guess bc nowadays there aren’t very good role models haha . But I can say that I was in love with Aaliyah when she was alive and I always thought I was a lot like her bc we’re both kind of tomboys but still carry ourselves as strong, beautiful women . But other than that, I’m inspired by people that I know or grew up with that are doing well for themselves . People that are motivated and are working to get where they want to be . I feed off of other people’s motivation I guess

Living in Orlando do you think the city has potential to be something big?
- I think it definitely does and that’s why I’m a part of TSA Showcases and I’m honored to play a special role with them because they are really trying to bring the city together through music, art, poetry, and all of that . I think music influences people in a major way and if we can come together through music, we can do something positive . There are a lot of talented people in Orlando but I feel like not everyone works as hard as they should bc they get content with just being “local” . And if they do work hard, I feel like the right people aren’t taking notice . It’ll happen over time


- a frequently asked question I get is about my race . For those wondering, I’m 75% white and 25% Vietnamese 

- I’m a part of an upcoming modeling group/agency called Grand Models and I believe it’s going to be pretty big and I’m honored to be one of the first few girls

- I’m (partly) an only child, and I’m a Taurus . So if you know anything about either one of those types of people, it’s me 100% haha.

Twitter: @cakesterr
Instagram: @thecakesterr
Booking: thecakesterr@gmail.com

    unthdx:

    Unthdx X Cakesterr Interview

    What are some things about yourself that nobody really knows about you? Talents ? Hobbies? Etc..
    - some people may not know that I rapped for a few years in the Myspace days and that was partly how I became who I am now . I also play basketball when I get the chance . I like to shoot guns and do a lot of outdoorsy stuff . I guess you can say I’m kind of a tomboy haha

    When did you realize you wanted to be a model and what obstacles have you come across throughout the years ?
    - I realized it after I graduated high school in ‘09 . I had my first photoshoot around then and it wasn’t anything serious, I didn’t really know what to do . But after that I was hooked and I’ve always loved being in front of the camera . So like a year or so after that I got into it more and had my first “big deal” photoshoot that blew up on the net and is still circulating (the picture of me hanging from the basketball rim) . The only big obstacle to name is when I went to LA twice last year, bc I want to move out there, I wanted to get a feel for it and see if I could make some connections in the modeling industry and it’s a hell of a lot harder than you think . It’s all about who you know

    We all know you as the famous “Cakesterr”.. Where did the name come from?
    - the name came from a homegirl of mine, back in the Myspace days . She used to call herself cakeaholic or something like that and I don’t know, one day she just threw out the word “cakesterr” at me and I ran with it and pretty much put my own definition behind it . It’s my alter ego basically

    For the people who never met you name some of the things you do on the Orlando scene .
    - I host club events, I’m known as the A&R or “the plug” for the TSA Showcases downtown, I’ve walked in a few fashion shows, I promote artists, events, and clothing brands . I’ve done a bunch of music videos with local artists . I’m kind of a socialite .

    What are your future goals and ambitions and where do you see yourself in the next 3-5 years ?
    - ideally I’d like to be established in the modeling world . I’d also like to have a background in acting so that I can do commercials and eventually shows and movies . I’m trying to get out of Orlando . But if that’s not what is in my life plan, I just want to have a good paying job that I enjoy and I still want to be able to do some modeling on the side or as a hobby .

    Who are some models,music artist,or influences that inspire you?
    - I don’t really look up to a lot of people I guess bc nowadays there aren’t very good role models haha . But I can say that I was in love with Aaliyah when she was alive and I always thought I was a lot like her bc we’re both kind of tomboys but still carry ourselves as strong, beautiful women . But other than that, I’m inspired by people that I know or grew up with that are doing well for themselves . People that are motivated and are working to get where they want to be . I feed off of other people’s motivation I guess

    Living in Orlando do you think the city has potential to be something big?
    - I think it definitely does and that’s why I’m a part of TSA Showcases and I’m honored to play a special role with them because they are really trying to bring the city together through music, art, poetry, and all of that . I think music influences people in a major way and if we can come together through music, we can do something positive . There are a lot of talented people in Orlando but I feel like not everyone works as hard as they should bc they get content with just being “local” . And if they do work hard, I feel like the right people aren’t taking notice . It’ll happen over time


    - a frequently asked question I get is about my race . For those wondering, I’m 75% white and 25% Vietnamese

    - I’m a part of an upcoming modeling group/agency called Grand Models and I believe it’s going to be pretty big and I’m honored to be one of the first few girls

    - I’m (partly) an only child, and I’m a Taurus . So if you know anything about either one of those types of people, it’s me 100% haha.

    Twitter: @cakesterr
    Instagram: @thecakesterr
    Booking: thecakesterr@gmail.com

    — 3 weeks ago with 10 notes
    fatanarchy:

mutualistvanguard:


9-feathers:


Know your rights:—but prepare for them to be violated.If you have to deal with cops, do it right!If the police stops you: 1. Ask, “Am I free to go? If yes, walk away.” If not, then you are being detained.2. Ask, “Why are you detaining me?” To stop you, the officer must have a “reasonable suspicion” of your involvement in a specific crime— not just a guess or stereotype.If a cop tries to search your car, house, or clothing, say REPEATEDLY that you DO NOT CONSENT to the search. Remember that cops will try to use sneaky tactics of manipulation.In most cases they will be likely to:First, ask if you have illegal drugs or weapons. If you say “no,” the officers will usually ask if they can search you and your vehicle. If you say “no” again, they may call for a dog to smell for drugs, try to intimidate you into allowing a search, or keep your driver’s license to prevent you from leaving. Do not open your trunk or door— things that can be seen in plain sight could be used as probable cause, allowing them to search your vehicle or home. Police will do anything to get into your car including suggesting to you that if you have nothing to hide, you would let them search. This is where you again repeat that you DO NOT CONSENT!In most cases, when cops are aware that you know your rights they will admit defeat and simply leave or just write you a ticket. ACCEPT your ticket, whatever it may be, you have just won. If at home, step outside and lock your door— They will in every case ask if they may come in and take a look inside:For example: If an officer states that he smells marijuana, you can simply revert back the question by replying, “I don’t smell anything officer.”Ask to see the warrant, be courteous and check for the proper address, judge’s signature, and what the warrant says the cops are searching for. Everything must be correct in a legal warrant; otherwise tell the cops you do NOT consent.Be aware that cops can do a pat search of the outside of your clothing,in NO circumstance may they check your bags, purses, and inside your pockets without your consent.So what you need to know is:Do not physically resist, be respectful, and DO NOT CONSENT!If the police arrest you: Say repeatedly, “I don’t want to talk until my lawyer is present.” Refuse to talk until your lawyer arrives.Don’t talk to other inmates about your case.If you’re on probation, tell your P.O you’ve been arrested, but nothing else about the incident.The Fourth Amendment - Guards against unreasonable searches and seizures, along with requiring any warrant to be judicially sanctioned and supported by probable cause.The Fifth amendment - The right to have a trial/ due process. (If you disregard the NDAA of course)The Sixth amendment - The accused shall have the right to a speedy and public trial and have the assistance of an attorney/lawyer for his defense.Exercise your rights people! Know them and practice them!




Every USian should know this shit by heart.

    fatanarchy:

    mutualistvanguard:

    9-feathers:

    Know your rights:

    —but prepare for them to be violated.
    If you have to deal with cops, do it right!
    If the police stops you: 
    1. Ask, “Am I free to go? If yes, walk away.” If not, then you are being detained.
    2. Ask, “Why are you detaining me?” 
    To stop you, the officer must have a “reasonable suspicion” of your involvement in a specific crime— not just a guess or stereotype.

    If a cop tries to search your car, house, or clothing, say REPEATEDLY that you DO NOT CONSENT to the search. 
    Remember that cops will try to use sneaky tactics of manipulation.
    In most cases they will be likely to:
    First, ask if you have illegal drugs or weapons. 
    If you say “no,” the officers will usually ask if they can search you and your vehicle. 
    If you say “no” again, they may call for a dog to smell for drugs, try to intimidate you into allowing a search, or keep your driver’s license to prevent you from leaving. 
    Do not open your trunk or door— things that can be seen in plain sight could be used as probable cause, allowing them to search your vehicle or home. 
    Police will do anything to get into your car including suggesting to you that if you have nothing to hide, you would let them search. 
    This is where you again repeat that you DO NOT CONSENT!
    In most cases, when cops are aware that you know your rights they will admit defeat and simply leave or just write you a ticket. 
    ACCEPT your ticket, whatever it may be, you have just won. 

    If at home, step outside and lock your door— 
    They will in every case ask if they may come in and take a look inside:
    For example: If an officer states that he smells marijuana, 
    you can simply revert back the question by replying, “I don’t smell anything officer.”
    Ask to see the warrant, be courteous and check for the proper address, judge’s signature, and what the warrant says the cops are searching for. 
    Everything must be correct in a legal warrant; otherwise tell the cops you do NOT consent.

    Be aware that cops can do a pat search of the outside of your clothing,
    in NO circumstance may they check your bags, purses, and inside your pockets without your consent.
    So what you need to know is:
    Do not physically resist, be respectful, and DO NOT CONSENT!

    If the police arrest you: 
    Say repeatedly, “I don’t want to talk until my lawyer is present.” 
    Refuse to talk until your lawyer arrives.
    Don’t talk to other inmates about your case.
    If you’re on probation, tell your P.O you’ve been arrested, but nothing else about the incident.

    The Fourth Amendment - Guards against unreasonable searches and seizures, along with requiring any warrant to be judicially sanctioned and supported by probable cause.

    The Fifth amendment - The right to have a trial/ due process. 
    (If you disregard the NDAA of course)

    The Sixth amendment - The accused shall have the right to a speedy and public trial and have the assistance of an attorney/lawyer for his defense.

    Exercise your rights people! Know them and practice them!

    Every USian should know this shit by heart.

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    — 1 month ago with 4453 notes
    Arguing with a fool only proves that there are two

    kushandwizdom:

    People are ignorant. And ignorant people are entertained by drama.

    But do you always have to give them a show?

    Maintain your individuality.

    Stupid people learn eventually, and if they don’t then that’s none of your business.

    "You do not need to entertain negative thoughts, just as you do not need to entertain an unwanted guest in your house".

    — 1 month ago with 822 notes
    shoe-pornn:

Nike Rosherun-Grey/Tiffany.

Omg where can I get these ?!?!

    shoe-pornn:

    Nike Rosherun-Grey/Tiffany.

    Omg where can I get these ?!?!

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    — 2 months ago with 2407 notes

    whitecolonialism:

    yaflash:

    The news just broke… Walter Dean Myers has passed. In his lifetime, he wrote over 100 books, served as the National Ambassador for Young People’s Literature, won too many awards and honors to list, advised and inspired kids and young writers everywhere, and impacted thousands of lives. He was a lifelong proponent of diversity in children’s literature, and just a few months ago wrote an article that once again sparked the discussion.

    Rest well, sir. You will be remembered always.

    Beyond this, words fail me.

    Bad Boy, Monster and Scorpions were the first books I read from cover to cover in 5th grade. I can remember spending hours in the library in PS 146 in Harlem reading his books and how attached I became with the stories told by Walter Dean Myers. I can remember when my teacher told me that Walter Dean Myers was Black and that he too was raised in Harlem and how I amazed I was at that fact. It was after that moment that I came to understand as to why I grew such a strong connections with those books, they were written by a man who experienced a lot of the things I did as a child. Walter Dean Myers helped shape my childhood and he will forever have a special place in my heart. May he rest in peace.

    Noooooo :( these were some of the ONLY books I ever read in school o_O

    (via astarflow)

    — 2 months ago with 5466 notes

    askaboutnikki:

    now see, shit like this aint even fair 

    (Source: this-bi-guy, via soulchildglory)

    — 2 months ago with 14291 notes