GC Exclusive — Victoria Lebene Mekpah’s Bleaching A$$ Exposed — Checkout PHOTOS Of Her Before She Used Bleaching Creams To Turn Herself Into A Fake Nadia Buari

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It’s amazing what people are willing to endure just in the name of pushing for fame. If you look around at the nonsensical behaviour most of our celebs put up just to gain attention, it’s almost like they suffer some sort of temporary insanity in the push for fame.

When it comes to bleaching it’s almost like a normal occurrence because most of the ashawobrities who flood social media every day with their photos have done something to their skins, all again in that quest for fame.

Victoria Lebene Mekpah rode the d*ck of Kofi Adjorlolo to fame but obviously, she felt she also had to do other stuff to become a bona fide celebrity and one of that was to bleach her skin from it’s natural state to its current pale complexion.

GhanaCelebrities.Com has obtained several old pics of Lebene during the good old days when she was a natural, black African lady.

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With her low self esteem, Lebene probably punished her body with dangerous creams just to become a light skinned lady, and thus we have the current Mekpah, a stereotypical Ghanaian ashawobrity with fake hair, fake skin and of course, the complementary fake accent.

At a point you have to wonder what is wrong with the celebrities that they feel they have to change everything about themselves before they can feel good in the public eye?

Check out the photos of Mekpah, juxtaposed with some more recent photos below…

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Source: GhanaCelebrities.Com

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