Black Is Beautiful: Meet African Girl With The 'Darkest' Skin On Earth [Photos]
Sudanese model, Nyakim Gatwech enters Guinness book of records for having the darkest skin tone on planet earth.
In this part of the world, Africa, the stigma of colorism has negatively impacted the self-esteem of many young black girls and women but yet the black skin of this model has helped her give birth to a thriving modeling career with a net worth of over 4 million USD.
The 24-year-old model popularly known as the Queen of the Dark, was born in Ethiopia to South Sudanese parents who were forced to move to different places as refugees due to conflict in the country.
When she immigrated to the United States for asylum, she had to adjust to a new culture full of challenges.
She was torn down by the society due to her nature that she had to move again to Minneapolis and remained for high school and college.
It was there that she walked with more confidence, realizing the beauty she posses.
She is now an International model and has featured on several magazines cover page.
According to Celebrity How, her net worth is 4 million USD from brand ambassador deals and endorsements with major brands in the US like Fashion Nova and Essence Magazine.
She has over 700,000 active Instagram followers and every picture she posts, amasses thousands of likes and comments.
Please what do you guys think about her?
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