Black don't crack - Vera Sidika says as she goes back to her original skin color
Kenyan socialite and entrepreneur, Vera Sidika, has left many social media users stunned after she shared a photo of her new dark self, revealing to her followers that she has gone back to her original skin colour.
While bleaching has its huge list of disadvantages, it has not deterred the growing number of people who engage in this practice.
It is a norm to see a lot of people go from a darker shade of skin colour to a much lighter one, however, it is not common to see people try to go back to their original skin colour.
This seems to be the case of Kenyan socialite and entrepreneur Vera Sidika who is known for being light skinned but recently shared a photo of her current look and she appears to have gone back to her original skin colour.
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Sharing the photo, she wrote: "Never be defined by your past ...it was just a lesson, not a life sentence. Feels good to be back!!! Black don’t crack#backtoblack #missedmymelanin #stillbeautiful #blackbarbie"
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Vera Sidika, who only four days ago, posted a photo of her bleached self on Instagram, left many people stunned at her transformation back into her natural skin colour.
See a photo of a very light-skinned Sidika:
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Reacting to the new Sidika, quite a number of people called her out and accused her of editing her photo to look black. Some told her she’s mocking God by easily switching colors back and forth. Some said she can no longer afford the expensive bleaching cream. While others laughed at her for finally admitting she’s been bleaching and not naturally light-skinned.
See some reactions below:
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From physically abusive relationships to featuring as a struggling video vixen to literally changing her whole physical demeanor from the typical African lady to the light skin we all know and love to hate today, lots of water has passed under her bridge.
A while ago, she took to social media on November 1, to take fans back to the days when she was a naive little girl who knew nothing about the world.
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