Senegalese born ”Melanin Goddess” takes internet by stoem

If you think the black skin is not beautiful, think again. Khoudoa Diop is a Senegalese born French model who has become an internet sensation because of the colour of her skin.

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Senegalese-born French model Khoudia has nicknamed herself “Melanin Goddess” by virtue of her charcoal-like black skin.

She calls her, and rightly so, “Melanin Goddess” by virtue of her charcoal-like black skin.

‘‘They nicknamed me Darky, daughter of the night, mother of the stars’’ Khoudia, tells melinated.com

From her Instagram account, you tell that she is an artist full of compassion and pride about where she is from which is comes as no surprise to anyone because she is absolutely stunning.

Khoudia, who works as a model in Paris and New York was spotted during the Coloured Campaign, a platform created to celebrate black women and their different skin shades.

By proudly displaying her incredibly gifted dark skin in her Instagram page, Khoudia Diop is shaming other women like these ones who shamelessly bleach their skin in quest of attractiveness.

Diop has become the centre of attention, especially online due to her outstanding physical features and her pride in being what she is.

Scientifically, melanin is a pigment that gives human skin, hair, and eyes their colour. Dark-skinned people have more melanin in their skin than light-skinned people have. It is generated by cells called melanocytes.

It is argued that melanin gives Black people superior physical, mental and spiritual ability. Do you agree? Join the debate on Continental Radio Station.

Tyrone Robinson

Author: Tyrone Robinson