In the interview with DW, Facardi stated that she bleached her skin just so she could get attention and be the kind of woman that men are easily attracted to.
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Farcadi also stated that after she bleached her skin, men started to become attracted to her and have been given her attention as well as other good deals for modeling roles.
Watch her speak in the interview,
In related news, a lady took to social media to call out a Nigerian man who colour-shamed her on photo sharing platform, Instagram.
According to the Nigerian lady identified as Joyce Agbanobi, she shared a photo of herself on her Insta-stories when the man identified as, Oluwaseun Adeoye mocked her complexion and advised her to bleach her skin.
In reaction to the photo Joyce shared on Instagram, Oluwaseun asked, “Why’s your skin so very dark/black? Or I think it’s the way d sun was facing u though”.
The lady who wasn’t having any of it queried his comment and in return he slammed her and urged her bleach her skin.
“You are still black as charcoal at the end of the day, lol Go and bleach dear”. He wrote.
However, Joyce took to LinkedIn to call him out on father’s day, June 20th, tagged his U.S employer while she emphasized on the need to protect other women from people like him.
In her words,
“Today is a great day and I am super excited to celebrate fathers for all that they do and how they constantly put their life’s on the line for their Families!
But also on a great day like this, another Black mature man @oluwaseun adeoye working for Wells Fargo who I barely know, deemed it fit to color shame me for no reason. But why??? What was my offense???
I grew up hating my skin, was bullied, insulted and sort just because I am black, went through this as a Nigerian in Nigeria “Black Nation” (Surprising right but it’s the fact)! 6years ago I would have taken @oluwaseun’s Adeoye advice by going to change my skin color for any amount and cried myself to death!
But No, I am not that girl anymore! I am a strong black successful woman and I love my skin but will not allow this bully run around the street emotionally abusing women!
In 2021 and on a beautiful day like this, when we celebrate fathers I didn’t expect a message like this from another Black Man but this has to stop here!!!
@oluwaseun Adeoye a Wells Fargo employee has to be called to order, we need to protect other women from people like him!!!”.
Well, the Nigerian man risk being sanctioned by his US employer has the organization as responded and ready to take up the case.