Leigh-Anne ❝warned Jesy Nelson not to make skin look darker❞ before blackfishing row...

According to reports, Leigh-Anne Pinnock reportedly warned Jesy Nelson about blackfishing 
months before she caused controversy over her music video for her new single, ❝Boyz❞.
Leigh-Ann reportedly told Jesy that making her skin look darker was offensive to black people.

Blackfishing is a term used to describe a white person who alters their appearance to look like they have black heritage. Leigh-Ann felt she had to address it because at the time, she was making a documentary about racism and colorism. Jesy has said repeatedly that it has never been mentioned to her, and 'Boyz' collaborator Nicki Minaj has falsely accused Leigh-Ann of not saying anything. Speaking to Vulture, Jesy said: "The whole time I was in Little Mix I never got any of that. Then I came out of [the band] and people all of a sudden were saying it." As a result of such dishonesty, Leigh-Ann thinks Jesy is being bang out of order. Team Leigh-Ann. If someone lied and repeatedly said they were NOT told about the blackfishing of course this would have most people fuming. Leigh-Ann throwing out all those recent subliminals makes so much sense now. 

Leigh recently shared the poem 'Black Girl Magic' to her Instagram Stories, which contains the line “You can attempt to imitate, but soul, you cannot buy.”

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These girls were like sisters. Like honestly, how did it get to this after just almost a year?

Toya

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4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Gosh, who the fuck cares? Let that girl tan herself, if she likes to. I tan myself as well and why shouldnt I? If she thinks she looks better that way, let her. Or do people now need to adapt their looks so that no one else gets hurt in their feelings? If thats the case, then please prohibit fat girls in leggins as well.

It's Whatever said...

There's a difference between TANNING and attempting to race bait... and it's clear as day... honestly I like Boyz but the person I do not.

Cloudi Hugo said...

Dear Anonymous, when Black people die for the hur they didn’t choose it is deeper than feelings. When folks take features we are downed upon but can remove/shield themselves from experiencing racism, it’s much deeper than feelings. Thanks.

Cloudi Hugo said...

Dear Anonymous, when Black people die for the hue they didn’t choose it is deeper than feelings. When folks take features we are shamed for but can remove/shield themselves from experiencing racism, it’s much deeper than feelings. Thanks.

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