- A video of a a self-styled effeminate Ghanaian man who calls himself Akwasi Kardashian has surfaced online
- Akwasi Kardashian also calls himself Ghana's ''Barbie doll''
- The video shows him confidently embracing and owning his full humanity and self-worth
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A self-styled Ghanaian man who calls himself Akwasi Kardsashian and Ghana’s Barbie doll is slaying himself with confidence while owning his personality.
While men with characteristics of women tend to face discrimination from most people who have been oriented to have a dislike for effeminate people, Akwasi Kardashian proves he has embaced his full humanity.
A video of emerged of him online beaming with pride while he confidently proclaimed that he’s Ghana’s ''Barbie doll''.
Akwasi Kardashian took to the street to strut with self-worth and acceptance of his personality.
While he turned and cat-walked his way on the street, his fans showered him with accolades.
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In other stories, while many people with darker skin tones tend to be victims of colourism, social media users are gushing over the beautiful dark skin tone of a toddler whose photos were shared online.
The little girl, whose identity was not disclosed along with the photos has earned a special place in the hearts of many for her stunning complexion. More importantly, her photos have stirred conversations around colourism and bleaching.
Mahme Ahdjoa Essawah, posted the photos in a Facebook group with a caption which read: ''She's beautiful. and unique. Let's say no to bleaching which is now referred to as ''toning''. Black is bold and beautiful.''
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