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Many were shocked that she would cave to pressure to appear whiter, and send out such a negative message to her followers.She was criticised for wanting to look like 'Barbie'. In the past she has said that, when it came to her love life, “being a regular black girl wasn't good enough" and “All my life men have told me I wasn't pretty enough - even the men I was dating." Just because Lil’ Kim is famous doesn’t mean she is immune to the fact that society still sees fairer skin as prettier than dark. There is so much more that women can, should and do aspire to than their appearance.ut, what is sad, is that this would have been the perfect opportunity for Disney to choose a darker-skinned actress and help millions of women around the world identify with a woman on screen - and finally feel pretty enough.Beyoncé is returning to the stage for a good cause!
Have heard that the horn section in this song was sampled from the Chi Lites song from the 1970's called "You are my Women", but can swear, but can't remember the name of the group or the song, that the Chi Lites also used this from some other group before them.
, the black women are complex and strong characters, but not the pretty social media stars - that privilege goes to the lighter-skinned Latinas.
Remember when a black actress Noma Dumezweni was cast in the role of Hermione in the stage play?
A new version of is currently being made and the character of Princess Jasmine has already been cast as the half-Indian and half-white Naomi Scott.
No doubt she is deserving of the role on many counts - being lighter skinned is not something she should be shamed for.