- Instagram user, princessmicah1, has shared spectacular graduation photos on her handle
- The young lady with a unique black skin tone posted the images in her graduation regalia
- Princessmicah1's gorgeous photos have garnered some reactions
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There is truth in the narrative that hard work pays and a young lady with the Instagram name, princessmicah1, has shared spectacular graduation photos.
In the photos that have gathered congratulatory commentaries beneath her post, princessmicah1 was pictured proudly donned in her graduation regalia and cap.
The young graduate posed for the camera to capture her happy moment in the motivating photos.
After years of hard work and sleepless nights of learning, she proudly accomplished her goal of becoming a university graduate.
In spite of the current raging coronavirus pandemic that continues to plague countries, princessmicah1 is among many who have not allowed the prevailing circumstance to rob them of their joy.
A visibly excited princessmicah1 posed for the camera in stunning images and proudly flooded her Instagram handle with the gorgeous images.
Her graduation images have gathered some reactions from her well-wishers.
Keepingupwithliah noted that she was in love with princessmicah1’s skin tone.
She wrote: ‘‘Am in love with your skin’’ and quizzed ‘‘This was how you were born?’’
Nadaeja wrote: ''Congratulations cousin. Love you.’’
Aallisonn.e simply wrote: ‘‘So pretty mannnn.''
''Congrats dear. I love your skin. You are so beautiful. Wow,’' Nashewell wrote.
''I wanna hug you many times. Congrats. You are amazing,'' Daniel Floyd said.
In other news Legit.ng reported that a Muslim lady was disqualified from a beauty pageant for refusing to remove her hijab.
In a Facebook post, Zainab Alhassan said she passed through the first part of the audition, exhibited her talent, and showed off her oratory skills to which the judges were impressed.
She said she was disqualified after she told the judges that she won't remove the hijab during the reality show.
Zainab said at a point she became concerned when the judges started asking her questions regarding her choice of clothes.
Coming from a traditional Muslim home, Zainab said wearing a hijab at all times is a requirement.
The hijab is a unique scarf that Muslim women start wearing from childhood to signify purity and respect for the tradition.
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