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Love and Hip Hop Atlanta star Spice appeared to bleach her skin back in and she addresses the situation in a new trailer. When it was revealed that Dancehall music star Spice had bleached her skin social media was shocked and she captioned an image of her new look with the caption "Nothing wrong with a fresh start. While Spice responded to critics of her bleached skin at the time , she went on to reveal it was all a hoax to promote her new song 'Black Hypocrisy' and now the new Love And Hip Hop Atlanta trailer sees her address the situation. As you can see in the video above, after performing at one of her American shows, Spice has a meeting with her friend and co-star Tokyo Vanity as well as Artist Manage and Developer Jevon 'Vawn' Sims but it doesn't go as planned. Spice wants to build herself a bigger fanbase in America but Vawn suggests she might want to change her look in order to do that, which receives a very negative reaction from both Spice and Tokyo. However in another teaser below , Vawn's words can be heard once more and appear to be the reason she decided to appear as though she changed her look.
As it turns out, the photos showing Spice with a lighter skin tone were a publicity stunt, though the mother-of-two claimed they were simply meant to raise awareness. A little over a week after posting the first of a few altered pictures, the Jamaican singer revealed they were all fake. I chose to do this in the manner I did because I believe Colorism is plagiarizing our black community. Spice added, "I used myself as an example of what people from the black community is causing other women to do because of how society makes them feel. Yes 'Black is beautiful' we say it every day but are we showing love to our black women? In a preview clip from Season 8, Spice explains to a dermatologist, "I believe that a lot of people kind of bash me or degrade me because of the color of my skin. The doctor is clearly uncomfortable with her request.
By Brian Marks For Dailymail. She puzzled her fans with what appeared to be a white face photo back in October. The new clips shows an artist development agent criticizing the dancehall star's appearance, which seems to have instigated the pale picture. Nothing wrong with a fresh start. Supported by Tokyo Vanity, the two women become increasingly indignant as the agent suggests her look might not play in the United States.
A move which polarized popular opinion in Jamaica and also in the U. Local detractors criticized her accent or lack thereof while in the states. The argument was that she was already an established artist, but Americans struggled to understand her accent at times which left her no choice. She has since then grown into her role on the show and has become a fan favorite for her spirit and fierce attitude. This is a mammoth achievement, to say the least. Spice is at the moment in the prime of her career while being cemented in the mainstream American Media.
The Love and Hip Hop Atlanta star shocked the dancehall community last week when she debuts her new look. But now we are learning that Spice 2. In a post on Instagram, the dancehall diva says she will keep her new alter ego around for a while. When I should have been encouraged and thanked I was being dragged for my complexion by the same black women. For now, she is calling her new look Coconut Milk. Captured mixtape drops this Friday, Nov 2nd and so will the truth.
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Grace Latoya Hamilton born 6 August ,  known professionally as Spice , is a Jamaican dancehall recording artist, singer and songwriter. Beginning her career in the early s, she had her first major success with the controversial single "Romping Shop" with Vybz Kartel in Later that year, she released her first full-length project, a mixtape titled Captured , which debuted at number one on the Billboard Reggae Albums chart. Catherine , Jamaica and raised in Portmore. She had spent part of her childhood living with her grandparents in Finsbury Park , London, where she also attended school before returning to Jamaica. Although she wanted to become a chartered accountant, she decided to pursue a music career. Spice made her debut when she was given the opportunity to perform at the annual dancehall festival Sting in
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