Singer Sandra Nankoma has dropped succulent ‘Eve’ pictures in disguise to show the beauty of dark-skinned women.
Completely in ‘Eve’ attire, Nakoma posed for photos that she has used to stand up for fellow black women urging them to wear their crowns and tell their stories.
Nankoma aka the ‘Black Dame’ has been vocal against bleaching as she preaches preserving the natural beauty.
Going ‘Eve’ is a topic several African women fear to show off and discuss with respect to the African cultural norms. Nankoma begs to differ.
With new photos shared on her Instagram page, Sandra Nankoma speaks up against the “silly questions” people continue to ask her, labeling her photos of confidence as “kinky.”
“So don’t come at me with weird questions and speech of conformation because I am comfortable being “Kinky” like I have been labelled.“— Sandra Nankoma
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The ‘Kaddugala‘ singer has been applauded by fellow women for rising to the occasion and tackling an issue usually shied away from by other women in fear of being labeled undesirable words.
Being a black woman today: I refuse to conform to certain trends contradictory to my identity so as to fit in. My crown, my skin tells a story of where I come from. And I am super proud of it. So don’t come at me with weird questions and speech of conformation because I am comfortable being “Kinky” like I have been labeled. I don’t need your corrections thank you! This is a tale my ancestors inspired. I choose me above all! I love being me. Black women, I’m sure you can relate when it comes to those silly questions about our crowns and skin? Sandra Nankoma.Sandra Nankoma