Yvonne Nelson, Becca, And Others Are Now Beautiful Because Of Bleaching – Instagram User – Video

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Ooops! While dermatologists are seriously preaching against bleaching, some girls including so-called celebrities are busily taking pills and applying hydroquinone creams to become white ladies.

Even though most of these celebrities who have bleached won’t accept the fact, Lovelyn Azuka,famously known on Instagram has admitted that bleaching is the only way ugly girls can stay beautiful.

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According to her, if girls of today want to see their dreams come to past, then they should consider bleaching as one of the means to get it.

Citing Ghanaian actresses, Becca and Yvonne Nelson as an example, Lovelyn Azuka revealed that the two actresses desired to date and marry Nigerians and true to that, Becca has succeeded due to bleaching.

She argued that Ghanaian men like to chase foreign girls who are fair and attractive.  To that end, she thinks bleaching is a blessing!!

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