Krystal Orji & Dike Ogwuru wedding.
It seems most white people knows what beauty is and of course some east african countries, U need to checkout nose and eyes first before u can condemn the girl, She is very pretty for international standard just check the eyes,nose,lips,shape, If Nigerians have a dislikes for this kind of women generally,it means alot of them will be single, If I can meet a Nigerian that has some similarities,then I will stop getting worried over my compatibilities with our girls coz am not in that big Bottom shits anymore, I like the girl and her husband is lucky, I wish them goodluck,
Yea the bride is just okay, but what i still do not understand is what has her skin color got to do with her beauty?
For crying out loud God created her a fair person because he knows she would look better as a fair person,
Its just like saying Genevieve is only beautiful because of her dark skin? The skin is also a major part of beauty.
BTW Who is she? Is she an actress?
Don't even wanna get into this argument. Didn't know people still believe stuff like this in 2010.
Of course there are ugly dark-skinned girls AND pretty ones.
Of course, there are ugly light-skinned girls. This girl isn't one. Going by this absurd analogy you people are making, no light-skinned person is actually beautiful then. Big fallacy.
Sorry, but that is inferiority complex.
What you are saying in essence is dark skin is ugly. Why should someone paint herself black to see if she is actually pretty?. How pathetic for black people to reason that way yet if oyibo says the same they will attach him/her like bees. And to think I am the only dark skinned person who doesn't reason like this makes me a loner.
I am sick and tired of reading that somebody is not pretty only that she is light skinned. Is skin not part of beauty?. Its like saying that a team does not know how to play soccer only that they are good in scoring goals. This kinda thoughts is a low self esteem yarns super dark women coin to dismiss their low self esteem.
I am yet to hear that someone is not truly pretty only that she is dark skinned.