Musician turned politician and beauty expert, Diamond Appiah, has once again taken at swipe at VVIP's Reggie Rockstone and the protest against the Nivea ‘Visibly fairer skin’ advert.
The #PullItDown campaign, which was initially started by musician and producer Fuse ODG, is a protest against the international cosmetic brand for their advert which seemingly promotes bleaching.
The campaign which has gained support from some citizens via social media has been met with disdain by the former 2016 parliamentary hopeful.
According to Diamond Appiah, Ghanaians are hypocritical in their anger against the billboard, especially since they perpetuate the desire for lighter skin tones.
She lambasted the critics of the ad, especially musicians who are supporting the campaign, while they tend to only feature light-skinned women in their music videos.
She went a step further and pointed accusing fingers at the hiplife group VVIP, especially on the member who is actively against the Nivea ad, for featuring celebrities who have allegedly also bleached their skin in their new music video.
As far as Diamond is concerned, they should “pick their battles” and have valid argument before they on on a virtual rampage.
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