A young Ghanaian lady who goes by the name Enyonam and uses the alias, Queen Farcadi on social media could well be described as Ghana’s version of Bobrisky of Nigeria.
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The young lady who has a light-skinned body has been trending on social media for a while now. However, it is believed that the now-fair young lady did not have such a bright skin some years back.
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Some pictures have surfaced on the internet showing some pictures of a dark-skinned Queen Farcadi.
Many people have therefore concluded that the young lady must have bleached her skin to come out with her current glowing skin tone.
Just like Bobrisky who has now become a social media sensation, Queen Farcadi is not ashamed of her current skin tone and gladly flaunts her body in many pictures which she uploads on her social media handles.
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The only difference between Enyonam and Nigeria’s Bobrisky is gender.
Skin bleaching has been an issue which has come up for discussion in recent times. Some musicians, actors and actresses including Ama K. Abebrese Paulina Oduro, Nana Ama McBrown and model Hamamat Montia., have come out to condemn the act.
In a post on Twitter, she wished many people would have her "glow".
See more photos of Queen Farcadi below:
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