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I was raised by deaf grandparents, my grandma loved to ride around in me and my husbands truck just to feel the vibrations thru the seat because we had huge speakers behind it. It was hilarious to be playing 2 live crew up loud and pull up anywhere with a granny just a smiling and our radio playing HEY WE WANT SOMEPUXXY. This was back in the late 80s. But she loved it. Lmao. Miss that old woman everyday.
She rocked it!! She was even on beat and kept up… I can't even keep up LISTENING to Twista 🤣
She is amazing
Pronunciation correction Amber Galloway Gallego (ga-ye-go)
Can anyone tell me what that song is?
Although this interpreter is highly skilled. Sign language is not for the entertainment of hearing people. Yes, many deaf and hard of hearing people enjoy music, but it's not about that this interpreter stayed up with the music artist, but taking a look at 1) was the interpretation clear to the audience that she was interpreting to and 2) it's because of the ongoing fight of the deaf and hard of hearing community that the service of interpreters has become more widely seen.
She did rap god too!
I am a child of Deaf adults… Oh my God your mother drives! I didn't think that Deaf people could drive! My dad and I used to dance all the time!
a truly incredible act to be respected…
Who else is here from beast hacks?
I was dancing to her signing. Anyone else hear/feel the beat?
I just concentrate to the [email protected] dress presenter. Perfect round of boobs hiding there…
This is awesome 😎
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