The “Indicator” singjay share a photo-shoot flaunting her banging body covered with blue roses with a lengthy post on Instagram.
“If you think I don’t love myself or love the skin that I’m in because of my #BlackHypocrisyMovement, then you should have went to school when your momma sent you😏, and stop talking when you only using 10% of your brain.
🤐 #Fuckouttahere with your obtuseness.🖕🏿,” she wrote beside the photograph.
“Proud a mi color, love mi pretty black skin, respect due to mi strong melanin. All black beauty right here DROP SOME BLUE EMOJI , 💙💙💙💙💙💙💙💙💙💙💙💎💦💙🙏🏿,” the “Romantic Mood”=” singer added.
— Hype Life Magazine (@HYPELIFEmedia) April 11, 2019
Spice’s statement received the support of fellow entertainer’s Shenseea, Chi Ching Ching, Soca singer Destra Garcia, and Canadian fashion model Winnie Harlow.
“Loveeeeee 🥏🎽🎣💦🌊🐟🦋🧢🥶,” the singjay commented.
“Up bad charge 🔥,” the “Love Mi Life” deejay added.
“Beautiful,” Destra wrote while Winnie added the “😍” emoji.
This comes just days after the Jamaican entertainer faced backlash over her viral skin-bleaching stunt last year when it was featured on the new episode of Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta.
Despite the adverse reactions from many of her fans, Spice’s music video for her controversial single, “Black Hypocrisy,” is still gaining momentum, raking up over 4 million views on YouTube last week.
“Celebrating 4 Million views today. Even when the message is clear the ones who only use 10% of their brain still don’t get it and have the most to say. #Blackhypocrisy,” Spice wrote last week.
“Black Hypocrisy” tackles the issue of colorism. In the song, Spice reveals that for years she has had to deal with harsh criticism about the colour of her skin, often by those who were the same complexion as her. She also points out that black people are very critical of their own kind and urges people of colour to love the skin they are in.