Cosmetic products have been a game changer for women in terms of enhancing their facial looks or beatifying their whole body. Traditionally, women use divers cosmetic products in the form of powder, spray, cream, nail polish, eye shadow and others to look attractive, seductive, young and confident.
However, most media personalities and other posh professionals wear make up for journalistic goals or business objectives. For instance, TV news anchors normally wear make to give an impeccable and appealing visual outlook for their viewers.
Nonetheless, skeptical viewers and controversial netizens normally throw challenge to these media personalities, celebrities and brand influencers to take make up free pictures for unknown reasons.
Yesterday, May 18, 2021 the outspoken broadcast journalist, Afia Pokuah, gave a tangible respond to a Facebook user, who doubted her natural beauty after she posted an elegant picture on her page.
According to the Facebook user, Tanko Mclean, he agrees with the controversial content creator, Kelvin Taylor, regarding the beauty of Afia Pokuah.
He wrote that
“Kelvin Taylor said was those make up and remove those wigs so we see your face . I think I side with him.”
Nevertheless, Afia Pokuah responded that her appearance doesn’t solve Ghana’s problems. Hence, Tanko Mclean shouldn’t be skeptical and pedantic about her beauty.
“Tanko Mclean I hope that can fix the country. Even if I’m ugly will that fix Ghana or is that a crime? Mo bre o”, she said.
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