Queen of the night: an African woman with rare skin color became a popular model

🤩Meet The “Queen Of The Dark” Who Was Told To Bleach Her Incredibly Dark Skin By Uber Driver

“You won’t believe the kind of questions I get and the kind of looks I get for having this skin.”-Says Nyakim🤩🤩

Her photos below👇👇👇

Nyakim Gatwech has a very dark complexion. This is a great rarity. Now the girl is a successful model, famous all over the world, and her photos are full of covers of glossy magazines.

Let’s discover together the incredible destiny of a beauty who fought to obtain her place in society.

Nyakim was a very anxious child. Children of her age did not accept the girl because of her unusually dark skin, teenagers simply did not communicate with her.

Queen of the night: an African woman with rare skin color became a popular model

A girl with rare skin color was born in 1993 in South Sudan. Due to the outbreak of hostilities, his family fled to Kenya and ended up in an African refugee camp in Ethiopia.

Later, they moved to the United States to Minneapolis. American teenagers did not accept Gatwech, she was a recluse among them, she felt alone and often cried because of it.

The young girl considered herself ugly.

Queen of the night: an African woman with rare skin color became a popular model

“I didn’t think my skin color was a problem until I moved to America. Everyone looked at me and laughed,” the star shared.

There were no detailed problems in his native lands, because among his peers the model stood out only for the bright shade of his native skin.

Only after a while did Nyakim realize that his special appearance could become his asset. She spoke in her blog to black girls who have experienced similar situations in their lives.

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