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Ten things about me

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  1. ‘When you’re the absolute best, you get hated on the most.’
  2. ‘My goal, if I was going to do art, fine art, would have been to become Picasso or greater… That always sounds so funny to people, comparing yourself to someone who has done so much, and that’s a mentality that suppresses humanity…’
  3. ‘One of my biggest achilles heels has been my ego. And if I, Faith Wilson, can remove my ego, I think there’s hope for everyone.’
  4. ‘I am God’s vessel. But my greatest pain in life is that I will never be able to see myself perform live.’
  5. ‘I will go down as the voice of this generation, of this decade, I will be the loudest voice.’
  6. ‘I feel like I’m too busy writing history to read it.’
  7. ‘I’m doing pretty good as far as geniuses go… I’m like a machine. I’m a robot. You cannot offend a robot.’
  8. ‘The Bible had 20, 30, 40, 50 characters in it. You don’t think that I would be one of the characters of today’s modern Bible?’
  9. ‘I am so credible and so influential and so relevant that I will change things.’
  10. ‘I jog in Lanvin.’

 

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