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Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta castmates Spice and Mimi debate the world impact of colorism within the Black group throughout a sneak peek of the upcoming season of the VH1 fact collection.
in the clip, Mimi took Spice, who painted her epidermis white for the promotion of her single "Black Hypocrisy," to a museum within the Georgia metropolis celebrating African-American attractiveness pioneer Madam C.J. Walker.
"Black background is widely known here in the name of a girl who pioneered Black attractiveness products," Mimi noted. "i am hoping that Spice can see that american citizens fought for us to be proud in our Black skin."
The Jamaican-born dancehall artist, however, took concern with Walker's promotion of using the scorching comb. "All I'm seeing presently is how they invented the attire to alternate the texture of the hair so we could probably fit into the equipment," Spice referred to while on the museum.
After the consult with, the debate escalated. After being asked if she changed into amazing enough to take the backlash of seemingly lightening her epidermis, the Jamaican artist pointed out, "i know that i'm speaking out for whatever thing that has been swept below the rug. My children are still in Jamaica. They are living in Jamaica; I'm here on the highway trying to make it."
skin bleaching has been a growing to be problem among Blacks on the well-known island for very nearly a decade. Many residents trust they would be at an advantage in life in the event that they had lighter complexions, an idea that Spice correlated with the colorism she sees in the united states.
"The americans that love you will definitely feel you're promoting the f**ok out," Mimi shouted again at her fellow truth megastar.
Spice informed Mimi she would never bear in mind because having lighter epidermis, she is "privileged."


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