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Sara Kapo: Don’t undermine, depreciate, “or make cute” mental issues. Take care of yourself.

Sara Kapo is a popular artist from AlbaniaSara Kapo is a singer, graphic designer, & art director. She has managed to attract attention not only with her appearance of a rebellious girl, but also with the initiatives and gestures of charity.

Are you ready to answer any questions or you going to hide your life?

Probably hide it. I don’t know all. 

What turns you on creatively, spiritually or emotionally?

Being a creative person and basing your career on your creativity is a little weird because it’s not like a switch you can turn it on and off. You can be dull for a whole two weeks and then, BAM, 30 ideas hit at once. I usually find it in places that have nothing to do with whatever project I have to do or feel like doing spontaneously. Being an artist it’s very easy to jump from one direction to another and also absorb from various directions. You can see a meme and use it as a whole design concept or maybe a simple line from a song inspires you to write a whole book. So basically I don’t look for it, I wait for it to come to me, it feels more organic. Obscene things, daring concepts, brain provocative images or even dumb Twitter stuff always stay in a deep folder of my mind that opens itself when I need a little spice or push.

Spiritually, love. Love turns me on. Nowadays it feels like it’s the bravest “thing” to give and the hardest to understand how to receive. 

What turns you off?

Pppfffff… a lot. Society, injustices, minds that are little, bad music, bringing down people to uplift others, lack of passion, the fact that we have discovered thousands of other planets and we don’t now where the fuck we are, how small us as “earth” are and Im still here pleasing the CEO of a company that thinks hes a pro at what I do.

What is your favorite virtue?

My loyalty. It has done more damage to me than good, but the good I have received from it, has been much more meaningful.

What do you think about instagram?

Well, it’s like a life goals mood board for society. It feels more like what we want to be rather than what we really are. But this doesn’t apply to everyone of course. I think life was better when we didnt have it and it has been strange to see how quickly it shaped our lives, our tastes, our artists, politicians, our shallowness, cheating, lingo… It has made information abundant and time limited. It has uplifted stupidity and undermined talent. Can’t deny it has brought people jobs and fame and opportunities and things like that but overall it feels like an evil place.

Virtual or reality?

Reality. You still can’t smell a fart through a screen.

Confess something which, if you reveal would hurt someone?

If you read this: I’m glad you’re out of my life. All you have done is bring me down, depreciate my talent, undermine my ideas and I hope our lives never cross paths you ignorant, homophobic, malnourshed, ugly racoon ass looking MF.

What do you do for a living?

Designer, a little music, manage 2 foundations.

Would you go to a nude beach?

Yeah sure.

What kind of underwear do u wear most?

Thong, Brazilian cut, clean :p.

Tell Me About a Time You Failed?

I don’t care about failing at things, if I want it enough I’ll go back at it for sure but what I feel like saying is that I’ve failed big time in life by never succeeding to love myself.

Do you have any relationship at the moment?

No. Someone broke my heart into 1000 pieces and it’s been hard to recover.

How do you want your future husband to be like?

Passionate about something, funny, smart, eager to evolve, loyal, witty, a little childish but also mature when he should, tall, dark hair, sexy mouth, a little freaky on the sheets.

What are the situations that make you angry?

Injustices make me very angry, they make me feel very powerless.

Situations where logic is nowhere to be found make me want to throw hands.

Where Do You See Yourself in Five Years?

Fuck this question.

What do you think about people who lost our codes?

They have adapted to these times. The way society is built, it’s hard to still have the same values our parents had. Some codes fainting has brought some good, and on top of my head :how women used to be treated in the name of the codes, how our parents lives were about work work work, how it has re-asserted the “man” in society where the nerds are the new CEO and a man in a suit…it’s just that. We just can’t seem to find a balance where we keep some and lose some to function a little better as a collective. We are a very sad species because we are the only ones trying to find the meaning of life and better it, when we don’t know what better is.

Are you ready to fight for a cause which one?

Freedom. It’s very important to have it.

 For or against prostitution?

For it. People need to fuck and people need money. Prostitution brigs balance. When you sleep with someone for money it’s a very clear, honest exchange. I would prefer that rather than people giving favors, that I deserve out of talent and hard work, to people who will sell their body. Prostitutes need to be prostitutes and not politicians, TV presenters, “singers”, “actors” ect…

Are you happy today?

Well. I haven’t cried today…. yet…

What can you say to your followers?

Don’t undermine, depreciate, “or make cute” mental issues. Take care of yourself, mind your business, don’t bother other people, do your thing, eat your food and try to be present in life.

Enri Mato

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