-Photos of a Nigerian lady with tribal marks have recently gone viral on social media
- Many have expressed surprise at how beautiful the lady is in spite of the scarification
When it comes to talking about beautiful women in the Nigerian sense of the word, ladies with tribal marks are rarely considered to be in this category. However, some millennial women seem to be breaking the norm.
Recently, a lady with tribal marks shared photos of herself online. These pictures have been making rounds on social media, and rather than the repulsive comments that normally follow these kind of posts, the lady's images have been attracting many positive reactions.
A number of Nigerians have commented on the lady's rare beauty in spite of the tribal marks. However, some people still expressed displeasure at those who had scarred the woman's face at birth.
See the post below:
Read the accompanying reactions of Nigerians:
latashalagos: "The marks make her face stand out even more!"
mimiogah: "Beautiful girl, but God will not forgive whoever did to to her because I knw is not her mum...looks like wat uncle can do."
kingloveth___: "The tribal marks can't even outshine her cuteness...her cute face still popping."
big_francis: "Trans-Atlantic slaves trade is over since a century and half now ,Ibadan people are still feeling unsafe and uneasy about letting their children go out without being tag on their faces . Nigeria government should start arresting and billing parents that do such things in Ibadan."
_qarriemarh: "I have too(not as much as hers though) but Gosh,she’s insanely gorgeous wth"
avasfashionworld: "Facial mutilation. I'm surprised a young girl like this was put through such. Shame on whoever did this."
geez_collection: "She is unique because she is proud of her tribal marks. She might be from ijebu"
hmt_makeover: "She is really beautiful"
Recently, popular tribal-marks model Adetutu Alabi revealed personal details about herself in an interview. She also used the opportunity to weigh in on skin bleaching.
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