- A dark-skinned woman on Twitter has shared how much she loves her skin
- However, this wasn't always the case as she said she used to hate her skin colour
- Users on Twitter have paid her compliments including Rihanna's Fenty Beauty account
A dark-skinned woman on Twitter has shared how she used to hate her skin, but has now fallen in love with it. The woman identified as Sophi posted three photos of herself with the caption:
"Crazy how I use to hate my skin colour, now I’m legit in love with it."
Sophi has been shown love by her followers and they have been complimenting her, calling her all things positive.
Other users on Twitter paid compliments to the lady, telling her it shouldn't have taken long for her to love her skin because she is beautiful.
"Dark people are under a divine favour... They were so special from the first to the 26th Egyptian dynasty. So you're heavenly CUTE."
"Imagine looking like this and having the AUDACITY to hate your skin colour. A whole beauty out here with clear skin ON TOP of the melanin."
"Queen!!! You are beautiful and your skin is beautiful. You didn't deserved to hate it in the first place, but I'm so proud of you for finally being able to embrace yourself today. The journey you took to get to today will be worth it."
Even singer Rihanna's Fenty Beauty account was among those in the comment section of the lady's post, by using emojis of "in love eyes".
In other news, an 11-year-old Nigerian boy identified as Victor Ezekiel has been discovered by a foundation after designing a stunning building prototype.
According to Ofonono Foundation which discovered Victor, the young boy has indicated his interest to become an architect.
The foundation said Victor lives in the slums with his family and attends Jessy's Kid Academy. The talented boy is from Akwa Ibom, but lives in Rivers state.
Lately, Nigerians in the same age group as Victor have been exhibiting their talents and it shows that the country is blessed with creatives that are ready to make the country proud.
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