Kenya Moore Praises The Black Queens Who Won The Most Prestigious Beauty Pageants
Kenya Moore is a queen herself, but now, she made sure to praise other queens as well. She gushed over all the women of color who were able to win the most important and famous beauty pageants in the world.
Check out the post and the emotional words that she shared on her social media account.
'History was made last night. For the first time in history, the titleholders of the most prestigious beauty pageants in the world are all BLACK WOMEN!! We cannot be or exist without recognizing the women who opened those doors for us to come after,' Kenya began her post.
She continued and mentioned other amazing ladies in the same post: '1977 Janelle Commissiong 1stBlack woman to win Miss Universe from Trinidad and Tobago 1984 Vanessa Williams was crowned the first Black woman to ever win Miss America 1990 Carole Gist was the first Black Woman to be crowned Miss USA.'
'I’m so very proud to be a part of history and, most importantly, a part of global recognition the Black is indeed Beautiful. We are a real force to be reckoned with, and we will continue to show the world what Black Girl Magic really is! 👸🏿👸🏾👸🏽 #MissUniverse #MissAmerica #MissUSA #MissTeenUsa #gonewiththewindfabulous #proud #history #beauty #legends #blackisbeautifulateveryshade,' Kenya posted.
A follower said: 'Wow....This has to go down in history, black is indeed beautiful!!!' and another commenter posted this: 'Thank you for this queen! Lots of love from South Africa! 🇿🇦👑 We are sooooo proud!'
Someone else wrote: 'Black, beauty & brain ❤️♥️❤️love you all Congrats @thekenyamoore,.'
Another commenter wrote this: 'Yassssss Kenya. What a beautiful accomplishment and thank you for helping to pave the way. No one can ever take this from you. The beautiful thing is, you continue to be a beacon and inspiration to young girls all over the world. ❤😍❤'
An Instagrammer posted: '@thekenyamoore Congratulations baby! My how I respect and admire you both for paving the way! Congratulations, like I said, to both of you. I’m so proud!⭐️⭐️⭐️❤️'
Earlier today, it's been revealed that the RHOA star also gushed on her social media account over the 2019 Miss Universe, Zozibini Tunzi. She shared a heartfelt message on her IG account .