When Love and Hip-Hop: Atlanta star Spice took to social media to post a shocking picture of her with much lighter skin, she definitely grabbed everyone’s attention. This fits into Wendy Williams’ theory that the huge transformation, supposedly involving skin bleaching, was a ploy to promote her new music.
Just like everyone else on social media, the talk show host is not a fan of Spice’s new look.
Furthermore, Wendy made it very clear that she thinks the LHH star used the shocking photo to promote her new song titled ‘Black Hypocrisy’ which has actually already topped the Reggae charts!
It was dropped on the same day she posted the snap showing off her allegedly ‘bleached skin’ too!
Spice really bleached her skin? Like….why?! pic.twitter.com/ees1cD0Ceq
— 🦄 (@MizzCreme) October 22, 2018
While on her show, Wendy said: ‘She has people shocked over her new look. They say she is bleaching her skin, but I think it is a publicity stunt because skin bleaching takes a really long time. She has got this new song out, it is called ‘Black Hypocrisy’ and she talks about colorism in the black community… This is a good job though, Spice, because we are talking about you. I do not even know who you are!’
As you know by now, Spice created a lot of controversy when she deleted all of her other posts on Instagram and then shared a snap showing her with much lighter skin, blonde hair and blue contacts.
‘Nothing wrong with a fresh start,’ she wrote in the caption in addition to asking her fans to pre-order her music.
It seems like Wendy guessed it right considering that Black Hypocrisy has lyrics like: ‘I get hate from my own race yes that’s a fact, cause the same black people dem say I’m too black and if you bleach out you skin Dem same one come a chat.’
So was the pic photoshopped to send a message? That would make a lot more sense!