Fresh reports and data have confirmed that Cristiano Ronaldo apparently earns more from Instagram than he does from playing soccer for Juventus. The 34-year-old earns an annual $47.8 million from sponsored Instagram posts, according to a study by social media firm Hopper HQ on Buzz […]
Peace Hyde has weighed in on the controversy generated after H&M featured a black child model whose hair was not styled. A number of people called out the clothing retail company for not styling the black girl's hair the way they would a white child's hair before a photoshoot. But Peace Hyde does not agree that there's a reason for an outrage and she took to Instagram to share what she thinks about H&M and the black child model. Sharing a photo of the beautiful model, the host of Forbes Africa's My Worst Day wrote: N A T U R A L • B E A U T Y..I see a BEAUTIFUL black girl with a pulled back bun of her LOVELY, natural hair. –Anyone seeing anything negative in this picture, must understand that THEY are the source of the NEGATIVITY. They are projecting negative anti-black ideas on HOW her hair grows NATURALLY. It’s fixed ALREADY! –I hear people encouraging us to “EMBRACE OUR NATURAL SELVES”…well, THIS is NATURAL. Stop picking and choosing what’s considered appropriate hair for AFRICAN or AFRICAN AMERICANS just because she’s posted on H&M. EITHER embrace ALL natural images or STOP complaining when others don’t! What did you expect? A lace frontal with baby hairs? –What are YOUR THOUGHTS? –#EVERYBlackIsBeautiful#SheHasBetterEdgesThanMe#SheLooksLikeEveryYoungBeautifulBlackGirl#APieceOfPeace #TheJourney #Peace The post Peace Hyde reacts to H&M using a black child model without styling her hair appeared first on Linda Ikeji Blog.