I am addicted to you - Amandla Stenberg Tackles Double Standard of Beauty for Black versus White Women 5

Amandla Stenberg Has Unique Beauty

Amandla Stenberg Has Unique Beauty

Kylie Jenner’s cornrows started a warmed, racially charged civil argument throughout the weekend. Yearning Games star Amandla Stenberg was apparently among those pundits who fondled the Keeping With the Kardashians star was wrongfully appropriating black society with her haircut.

I am addicted to you - Amandla Stenberg Has Unique Beauty

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On Saturday, a screenshot purportedly indicated remarks Amandla, 16, made on Instagram in which she seemed to disgrace Kylie, 17, for “appropriat(ing) black elements and culture yet fail(ing) to utilize ur position of fame to help black Americans by coordinating consideration towards ur wigs rather than police severity or prejudice.”

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Kylie, who often switches up her haircut and shading and as of late wore blue augmentations from her on line, seemed to react to Amandla, written work, “Distraught on the off chance that I do €¦ frantic on the off chance that I don’t. Go hang w Jaden [Smith, a common friend] or something.”

I am addicted to you - Amandla Stenberg Has Unique Beauty

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Nor star’s rep issued a prompt remark on the clear online networking trade, which prompted some instability on whether Amandla truly brought issue with Kylie’s braided hair. On Sunday, on the other hand, Amandla made her POV on the point clear with a length post on Instagram.

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She went ahead to address “this double standard [which] is one string in the mesh that encompasses black female sexuality €”a web that ensnares black ladies when they guarantee sexual office. Profoundly instilled into society is the thought that black female bodies, at the meet of abuse, are not as much as human and along these lines ugly €¦ Often when they are sexualized it is from a position of racial fetishism.”