Global Statistics

All countries
245,768,802
Confirmed
Updated on 28/10/2021 3:37 am
All countries
221,038,692
Recovered
Updated on 28/10/2021 3:37 am
All countries
4,987,767
Deaths
Updated on 28/10/2021 3:37 am

Global Statistics

All countries
245,768,802
Confirmed
Updated on 28/10/2021 3:37 am
All countries
221,038,692
Recovered
Updated on 28/10/2021 3:37 am
All countries
4,987,767
Deaths
Updated on 28/10/2021 3:37 am

Draya Michele shares a message on Instagram about black women

When it comes to getting credit, everyone wants yours. Yesterday it seemed like it was Draya Michele’s turn to want her credit on a pose. She became a topic of discussion after sharing a post posing with model and businesswoman Tanaya Henry eating fruit in a throwback image. However, it was not the image that attracted attention. It was the legend that said that black women are the real model and don’t forget it. This happened shortly after the latest SKIMS campaign launched, with Megan Fox and Kourtney Kardashian striking a pose similar to Draya and Tanaya. Both images showed women feeding each other fruit.

Draya didn’t call Kourtney and Megan directly, but people online felt it was clear that he was apparently talking about women. This is the second time this year that a celebrity has spoken out about not receiving proper recognition for the content they created. If you recall, we recently reported in May that Shannon Clermont felt a bit remote from the City Girls “copying” a pose she did with her twin sister Shannade. In a video, JT and Yung Miami had uploaded each other while promoting “Twekulator”. Shannon went to express her displeasure on Twitter, where she exchanged a few words with Miami. Miami took the main road, cleared the air and said that she was not here because of the shade and that no one tried to discredit them.

Some of the roommates felt that the conversation about poses was unnecessary. One comment read: “Eating fruit in a new photo shoot is nothing new. Relax. “However, some roommates agreed that black women are the role model. Another comment said,” I don’t disagree that black women are the role model, but I don’t think I think they copied. ” fourth?

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