RECORDING ARTISTE DANIELLE D.I. SAYS BROWN GIRLS SUFFER TOO

The ‘Am a Rebel’ singer says what she feels and she does that without an apology, Danielle D.I took to social media last Friday to share her views on colourism and its impact on African woman of varying complexions.
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The videos, posted in two parts, have garnered over 200 comments, both in support and against her stance.

In the video, Danielle D.I. Said

“The struggle is real. Mi nuh know wah some gyal ah talk bout, weh dem a sey ah black girl alone have problem, a dark skin girls alone go through struggles cah brown girl born with gold spoon inna fi dem mouth. Clearly, cah brown gyal nose nuh run too, brown gyal Head side nuh picky picky?.”

She listed some of the struggles woman of lighter complexion go through, including her. Many of her critics are of the view that she was tackling fellow female dancehall entertainer Spice.

When sources contacted D.I. Response saying

“The videos of me speaking about colourism were done off my own motivation not tackling anyone or anything just speaking out on a topic that is affecting the black community as a whole.”




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