Spice Apologize For Calling Out Gambian Women For Bleaching

Spice officialSpice got some heat for speaking up about skin bleaching in the Gambia.

Dancehall superstar Spice was highlighted recently for the wrong reasons. A video surfaced where the entertainer was heard badmouthing Gambian Women. She was filmed saying a majority of Gambian Women bleach. Following those statements was backlash from Gambian females and the broader African population. They firmly criticized Spice’s lack of information on the subject as she only visited once. Isn’t it ironic this is happening to the “Black Hypocrisy” singer?

Spice, however, issued an apology after widespread criticism according to newspaper Whatson Gambia. She said, “I see a few people saying they didn’t like what I said about Gambian Women, that some of them bleach. So if I offended anyone I’m sorry.”

She also went on to Express her love stating, “Gambia I got mad love for you,” Being the first dancehall artist to perform in the Gambia, am sure she does have love for the people, but perhaps her statement came off the wrong way. Bless up Queen Spice and Gambia; it is behind us.

Source: Spice Apologize For Calling Out Gambian Women For Bleaching – Urban Islandz

1 Comment on Spice Apologize For Calling Out Gambian Women For Bleaching

  1. She didn’t say some of them bleach. Listen to the video again. She said most Gambians bleach which is an exaggeration. It´s true that some bleach which I condemn. But knowing that one can do make up just to have light skin on an event just like she did on her picture above. She should have been very careful with her statement. But it seems she was doing this for publicity. She didn’t see even 5% of Gambian women. How can she make such a comment. Bleaching is not a part of any of our culture. .

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