Ghanaian-British Hip-hop recording artist, Nana Richard Abiona popularly known as Fuse ODG has sent a word of advice to Nigerians to boycott the launch of Blac Chyna’s skin lightening cream.

American stripper and baby mama of Rob Kardashian, Blac Chyna announced that she will be launching her first face cream in Lagos, Nigeria on 25th November 2018.

Fuse ODG

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But it seems the ‘Antenna’ hitmaker has expressed disappointment about the skin lightening product and has asked Nigerians to boycott the launch.

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“Lagos, I hope you are NOT going to this!! It’s time to fight against self-hate agendas in Africa. We are ok with our melanin and are changing the narrative of what real beauty is and it’s certainly not bleaching our skin to be lighter. We must continue to love ourselves as Africans. Lots of love to my Nigerians always”, he stated.

He also later took a screenshot of the invitation card Blac Chyna shared on her Instagram page and captioned “Going to Nigeria, oh great, what are you going to do there? Promote a skin whitening product so I can make money from preying on the insecurities of colourism & self-hate. Ahh & you thought we would be quiet about it?

Some social media users have also taken turns to express their disappointments in the launch and also criticised Blac Chyna which has resulted in her disabling the comment section under her Instagram post

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Lizbeth has a B.A in Communication Studies (Journalism option) from the Ghana Institute of Journalism. She loves to read, travel and has a strong passion for writing.