While some African female celebrities are bleaching their skins to look beautiful like the Whites, we have some White female celebrities who have also been admiring our dark-skin complexion, and one of them is Martina Big.
Photo: Martina Big and her Husband
Martina Big is a German model and actress who became popular after undergoing extensive body modification to change the color of her skin to look more African. Martina started her body modification journey in the year 2012, after her husband, Michael Eurwen, told her to start modeling. Initially, she had planned to have surgeries to enhance her body, but she later ended up becoming addicted to changing her body complexion.
According to the busty German model, she disclosed that she spent about £50,000 (approximately N28 million using the current exchange rate) on skin modification and tanning injections, so she could look more African.
To date, she still wants to get darker and darker till she could no longer get dark again, adding that the reason for her action is because she wants to be unique by being called the first white girl to have ever changed her skin to look African.
The model also told MIRROR UK that she is working on a way to make sure that all the children she gives birth to come out black like her.
What's your thoughts on this? Can you also spend millions on your skin to change your complexion?
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