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+ Bella Hadid shared a proud letter on Instagram in honor of her mother Yolanda Hadid's upcoming memoir Believe Me. In the letter, Hadid praises her mother's strength and talks about her own personal struggle with Lyme disease. Read the letter below.
I am also SO proud of my mom @yolanda.hadid today and everyday. This book marks such an incredible day for you. I have seen you in bed, struggling for the past 5 years of our lives, thinking to myself 'why would this happen to such an angel?' I would cry to myself knowing that there was nothing I could do to help and that there were people going against you and what you are/were going through. Incidents where you would be so sick, not being able to move your bones/body, and I would have to drive you to the hospital at 3 am so I could see you get a shot of something just like every other day you would have to do treatment. You have been in more doctors labs and testing rooms every SINGLE day, then I have ever seen in my life... To find a CURE for people around the world. I have been struggling with Lyme and other co-infections for the past two years which has debilitated me from riding my horses, going to school, and struggling with work which are all the things I am so passionate about. you are the only person that would believe me and understand what I was going through. This book shows Kids and adults with Lyme across the world that you are not alone and we believe you! If you would like to read about @yolanda.hadid journey 'Believe Me' is available for preorder on Amazon.
+ The 2016 lineup for Pitchfork Music Festival Paris was announced today, which includes the likes of M.I.A., Chet Faker, Warpaint, and Abra. This year's festival will be held October 27-29.
+ Amy Schumer graces the July cover of Vogue. In her interview, the comedienne talks famous friends, dealing with mean girls, and learning not to care about being likable. Read the interview at Vogue.com, and peep the cover below.
+ Are millennial dudes more sexist than their predecessors? A recent study by the National Institute of Health looked at the gender climate in career and academic settings. Researchers found that men tend perceive themselves and their colleagues as higher performing than their female counterparts. Totally explains why we can never find a decent Tinder date...
+ Last year, Boiler Room and Atlanta-based Awful Records teamed up for an epic backyard barbecue—think beers, brats, and blunts. They've teamed up once again to bring you Awful Room, a documentary featuring the label's crew and artists. Catch the stream live from Brooklyn at 7pm EST.
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"Power means happiness; power means hard work and sacrifice." - Beyoncé
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