Meet the woman who changed her skin complexion to that of a black woman through surgery (Photos)
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A glamour model who hit the spotlight after dramatically changing her skin colour through tanning injections has married in Hawaii.
Martina Big, 30, from Germany, is famous for her body modifications - including 32S breast implants that she had boosted even further in time for her wedding.
The model, who also had extra lip fillers before her big day, has splurged more than £50,000 on plastic surgery, and claims to have the biggest breasts in Europe.
She's also had radical tanning injections, a nose job, liposuction, and had lip fillers - all to achieve her goal of becoming an 'African woman'.
Martina married her fiance, named only as Michael, 31, on an idyllic beach on 'Big Island', as the main island in the US state of Hawaii is known.
In fact, she admires them so much, she decided to be one and 'change her race? Yeah. Martina has been taking tan injections since the last two years, making her skin look darker and now identifies as a black woman.
Not only that, she took a trip to Kenya to learn about the black community's culture. She got 'baptized' in Nyeri and adopted a Kenyan name - Malaika Mkubwa, which stands for ‘Big Angel’ in Swahili, reported a local source. She also posted a video of her, um, ceremony on Facebook in which a man can be heard saying, " Malaika Mkubwa, you are now a new creature in Jesus’ name.” Oh, okay then.
She's married to a white man named Michael, who, too, is willing to undergo the same tanning process and together they believe they can make black babies. She told the hosts of the show Holly Willoughby and John Barrowman that her doctor has told her that the couple can have black babies. "It’s a mix of Michael and me. I’m pretty sure it will be black or milk chocolate or a little bit light, it doesn’t matter."
My children will be black. We are not having plans, but I am discussing with my doctor to see if my body is okay, will I be able to breastfeed, what the baby will look like," she added. The black-wanna-be couple was spotted wearing traditional African clothing as well which sparked an obvious outrage on Social Media. “#ThisMorning so because she's had skin darkening injections she thinks she will have black babies?! Did I hear her say she doesn't mind if the child is 'milk chocolate'?! OMG!!!” tweeted a viewer.
She recently said the doctors reassured her that she could have black children.
“The doctors say that I am physically black and that my future children will be black. And I believe in what doctors say.
In the bizarre Facebook post, Martina wrote: “I was at my African hair dresser to change my extension.
"After taking out my extension I noticed how much my hair structure of my own hair has changed. I compared my own hair with the hair of the other Africans in the salon. They are identical to my [sic].”
According to Martina, it is “the clear proof that I'm a real black woman now.”
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