Believing that the sole reason for the extreme racism and oppression encountered by African-American or “Black” communities is a very incorrect and misleading idea. In fact, it stems from a wide history. Read through this story of a black-turned-white woman who claims that she has never experienced racism after she “changed” her race.
Martina Big, a German white model who took melanin injections in order to change her race, is speaking out regarding the Black Lives Matter movement. She identifies herself as a black woman and is a supporter of the protests against white supremacy and police brutality, which has come to light after George Floyd’s brutal murder.
On Wednesday, she told Metro that it’s very unfortunate that Black communities are treated as second class people. “I think it’s right that people protest loudly against these grievances because this is the only way to point out the broad dimensions of these abuses and to indirectly exert pressure on politicians and other people in influential positions”, Martina stated.
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Big recently got baptized in Kenya, and her current name is Malaika Kubwa. She stated that since she became black, she is diligently doing her best to study more about the historical and cultural aspects of Black communities. She also stated that ever since she became a Black woman, she has never experienced racism, and believes that her celebrity status is the main reason for it. She also showed her gratefulness towards her husband, saying that he’s a very good helper and a bodyguard to her.
Kubwa also stated that she was able to give birth to a “milk chocolate” colored baby last year. While Kubwa is against all sorts of violent protests, she also denounces white people that are not BLM supporters. However, she admitted that she hasn’t joined any BLM protest yet.
In addition to changing her skin tone, Kubwa has also changed her hair and eyes to look more like an African. However, she stated that while these are a few of her most obvious changes, she’s undergoing many continuous changes too. She believes that if her transformations are a success, she will soon be identical to other Black women, and admitted that it’s a wonderful feeling to become more and more Black. In 2018. Kubwa told The Sun: “My transformation is the real proof that I’m a real Black woman now.”
Jabeer Butt, the Deputy Chief Executive at the Race Equality Foundation, stated: “It’s a very sad and disappointing situation really if people assume it’s just skin color that makes you Black. She has a very limited understanding of what it means to be Black or an ethnic minority today, and the challenges faced”, he continued.
According to him, Kubwa’s story is a distraction from the actual struggles faced by African-America communities.