The ‘Girls Need Love’ singer is one of the people who find issues with the social media star’s latest Instagram photo that shows her looking darker than she usually is.
Many people find problems with Nikita Dragun‘s latest photo on Instagram. Among them was Summer Walker, who was not afraid to speak her mind as she accused the social media star of blackfishing on Monday, September 14.
It all started after Nikita shared on the photo-sharing site a photo of her posing in a tight mini dress paired with a long pink wig and white sneakers. While there was nothing wrong with her pose, people were not having it because she looked so much darker than usual. Thus, people started attacking the 24-year-old.
Summer was one of the people who attacked Nikita, sarcastically writing in the caption, “lol you the same color as me babe.” The R&B singer then added, “You cute tho.”
Many were loving her comment as it garnered more than 15,000 likes. Not a few additionally admitted to laughing over the comment. “did she lie, Nikita stay blackfishing,” one said. “One thang about summa… she gon say whatever on her lil mind,” someone else wrote. On the other hand, one person wrote in all caps, “FINALLY YOU MINDING THE RIGHT BUSINESS.”
There was an individual who used Summer’s comment as another reason why s/he loves the singer, while another said, “IM ACTUALLY CRYING. I CANT BREATHEEEEEEEE PLEASE SUMMER WALKER LEAVESKLFMDMDM I CANTNNTMDMD.” An individual, in the meantime, had this to say, “she needs to stop blackfishing.”
This isn’t the first time Nikita has been accused of blackfishing, though she previously defended herself by stating that she gets tanned easily. In response to a person who asked why “Nikita Dragun is so damn dark now,” the model said, “cus my moms mexican and my dads viet… other races get tan but go off.”
Alyssa Milano | Alyssa Milano still affected by COVID
Alyssa Milano is still struggling with ”lingering effects” on her body from her coronavirus health battle earlier this year.
The ‘Charmed’ actress is still having shortness of breath and heart palpitations and her hair is falling out, months after she recovered from the deadly virus.
She told Yahoo! Entertainment: ”There are still lingering effects, like I still have shortness of breath. I still have heart palpitations. I have, like, a high-pitched noise in my ear. My hair is falling out.”
Meanwhile, the 47-year-old actress – who has been vocal about her experiences – previously revealed she ”felt like she was dying” from COVID-19.
She shared on Instagram: ”This was me on April 2nd after being sick for 2 weeks. I had never been this kind of sick. Everything hurt. Loss of smell. It felt like an elephant was sitting on my chest. I couldn’t breathe. I couldn’t keep food in me. I lost 9 pounds in 2 weeks. I was confused. Low grade fever. And the headaches were horrible. I basically had every Covid symptom. (sic)”
And Alyssa has urged everyone to wear a face mask and to keep their distance so they don’t have to go through what she’s been through.
She added: ”Please take care of yourselves. Please wash your hands and wear a mask and social distance. I don’t want anyone to feel the way I felt. Be well. I love you all (well, maybe not the trolls. Just the kind people.) …
”I just want you to be aware that our testing system is flawed and we don’t know the real numbers. I also want you to know, this illness is not a hoax. I thought I was dying. It felt like I was dying. (sic)”
David Banner’s Blamed for Man’s Death in Car Crash, Family Demands His Responsibility
The brother of Jeremy Evans, who was killed in the fatal car accident taking place about nine months ago, seeks justice for his brother after the rapper complained about still having a concussion from the crash.
David Banner has been accused of homicide following his involvement in a fatal car accident. A family member of Jeremy Evans, who was killed in the fatal car accident taking place about nine months ago, took to Instagram to seek justice for the victim after the rapper complained about still having a concussion from the crash.
The family member re-posted photos of the wrecked cars, which were initially shared and then deleted by David himself. He shed light on the incident as he wrote in the caption, “A lot of you may not know but my brother Jeremy Evans was and a fatal car accident on December29 2019 he was a the Toyota and the other driver @davidbanner was in that truck.”
Jeremy’s brother alluded that David conspired with police to cover up for him, claiming, “The police are trying to give my brother fault for the accident and saying speeding didn’t play a factor.” He went on explaining, “my brother was hit from the side if speed didn’t play a factor why does both vehicles look like this if sleep if speed didn’t play a factor how much my brother died on impact but it’s all just a big cover because of who @davidbanner is but now it’s time for the truth to come to light y’all.”
Jeremy’s brother added in another post, “My brother did 10 years in prison and came to better his life and take care of his sons 3 months after he came home he was a fatal car accident @davidbanner was the driver of tge other he’s complaining that he still has a concussion but what about my brother who lost his life what about his sons who had to grow up without a father.”
“What about the pain we have to deal with on a daily base waking up and realizing he’s really gone it wasn’t just a bad dream,” he continued lamenting, “and not to mention @davidbanner you knew my brother was dead on the scene and you didn’t try to reach out to us and apologize or anything it’s been almost 9 months and still on apology or nun how could you sleep knowing you killed someone and didn’t do anything about but get it covered up.” He added the hashtag, “#Justiceforjeremy.”
Jeremy revealed that several news outlets have since reached out to him to hear more of his side of the story. “Thanks to everyone who liked, commented, and or shared any of the post my family made,” he wrote in a new post. “this is only the beginning 3 different bloggers have already post about it THE TRUTH WILL BE TOLD and my family and I will receive the justice we deserve.”
David has not responded to the claims.
Selma Blair | Selma Blair: Fashion will never change
Selma Blair doesn’t think the fashion industry will ever change.
The 48-year-old actress believes the world of fashion will ”remain constant” in the years to come despite how the rest of society has changed over the last few months in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic and the Black Lives Matter movement.
When asked how she thinks fashion will change to reflect our current social climate, she said: ”I think the more things change, we will be surprised at how fashion remains a constant. It isn’t frivolous. It is a language. And it may be a luxury. But it always has been.”
Selma is a lover of fashion and misses being able to attend fashion week in person because the physical shows have been axed in favour of virtual ones due to the global health crisis.
The ‘Cruel Intentions’ star described fashion week as ”utterly glamorous”, and even said there’s nothing she doesn’t like about the event.
She explained: ”The thing I first loved the most about fashion week and still do is the thrill of the music coming up, everyone seated. Bated breath. The knowing we are the first to see what the designer has been working on … the drama! The legs, the show!
”What’s not to love about fashion week? Utterly glamorous. Fashion week buoys the city. The fashionable people charmed by the time of year they can really indulge their passions for all things style.
”There isn’t anything I don’t like about it. Hotels and old friends, the new young crowd, and all the models I have admired on pages. It’s just a very lively, beautiful time and memories.”
And although Selma misses attending the shows, she is also keen to see what designers will create during isolation.
Speaking to InStyle magazine, she said: ”The pandemic has been such a shift. Of course. For myself, I look to what fashion will produce in this time. How isolation, and a greater appreciation for lasting, beautiful things, has been imprinted on me. We are, naturally, mortal, and the pandemic has only solidified in me what an important salve the fashion industry has always been to my emotions. It is wardrobe. It is armour. It is whimsy, and grace, and fun, and a representation of the designer. More than ever it gives us a connection. Of beauty.”
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