) It's a Kodak moment, let me go and get my camera All I wanna know is [Yung Berg] 'Ey, waddup, lil mama?
It's ya boy Yung'n G5 dipped in Louis Vuitton luggage 'Ey, gotta love it, ya boy so fly All the ladies go (OHHH) when the nigga go by Gucci on the feet, Marc Jacob on the thigh She wanna ride or die witcha boy in the Chi That's right - so I let her kiss the prince Her boyfriend, she ain't missed him since Ya dig? Just pardon my manners Girl, how you shake it got a nigga like (OHHHH!
And while the buzz of activity as we arrive at the well-appointed Beverly Hills house being used by Team Swift for their production meeting indicates that she has no shortage of people looking out for her, she remains hands-on with every aspect of her career.
But then the one thing she doesn’t need to worry about is how that career is going.
Before that, when she woke up, she was immediately gripped with anxiety about something she said last night (even though it was only using the word ‘interjection’ when she meant ‘injection’).
‘I worry about everything all the time,’ she says with a grin.
It is Grammys weekend when we meet, and although Swift is attending rather than performing, she is still going to be the centre of attention. She is the only artist ever to sell more than a million first-week US copies of three separate albums – Speak Now in 2010, Red in 2012, and 1989, released in October, which racked up the biggest first-week American sales since 2002 and went to number one around the world, including the UK, where it was the best-selling album by an international artist last year.
Just pardon my manners Girl, how you shake it got a nigga like (OHHHH!
She has just come from a production meeting for her forthcoming world tour, fretting about the set list, sight lines and how to get her piano to the right part of the stage at the right time.
And she told me, 'No, you're not, because you told me that this was what you wanted and I know you're supposed to do this. If women like you and me continue to preach that, then I feel like younger girls are going to grasp it and they're going to be like, 'Who cares!
It doesn't matter what you think about your body, because your body is supposed to change somebody's life.' To this day that sticks with me because I'm here today and I feel that it's OK to have cellulite."Graham also shares how her mom helped her through her initial feelings about cellulite in middle school. "She pulled her pants down and said, 'Look, I have it, too.' And I was like, 'Gasp! '"These days, the beautiful brunette actively works to remain positive about her body."I grew up in a very Christian home, so words have power," she explains. If you say, 'I'm fat,' that's how you're going to feel.
#siswim #lovetheskinyourein #beautybeyondsize --OH NO!! Thank you to all the people who helped me achieve so many of my goals, dreams and desires this past year! CANOUAN ISLAND, THE GRENADINES - MARCH 31: Crystal Renn and Ashley Graham attend Raffles Resort Canouan Island Melky Jean Performance at Raffles Resort on March 31, 2006 in Canouan Island, The Grenadines.
(Photo by Joe Schildhorn/Patrick Mc Mullan via Getty Images)NEW YORK - NOVEMBER 09: Ashley Graham attends 2010 Moves Magazine Power Women awards dinner and ceremony at Astor Center on November 9, 2010 in New York City. Dziekan III/Getty Images)NEW YORK, NY - DECEMBER 01: Model Ashley Graham attends a special viewing of 'All on the Line' at the Lane Bryant Store â Brooklyn Fulton Street on December 1, 2011 in New York City.