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Reno Omokri Continues Twitter Fight With Divorced Bleached Ladies Citing Agbani Darego As A Case Study.

Looks like the Twitter fight between Reno Omokri and Toke Makinwa is still lingering, as Reno Omokri shades bleached and surgically enhanced ladies.

You’ll recall that on Wednesday, November 25, reno shared a tweet on divorced ladies who now focus on bleaching their skin and going under the knife just to get perfect, he also made reference to Mary Babangida, saying she is a true beauty as she didn’t have to go under the knife to get her body done or bleached her skin to be beautiful.

Toke Makinwa who is a divorcee, upon seeing the post, slammed Reno Omokri.

“Wow, at your age? Your wife and kids must be cringing for you, such an embarrassment. “Divorced” is nothing to shame anyone for, life happens. People like you are the reasons why a lot of people stay in unhealthy situations and lose their dignity and In some cases their lives.”

Well just when we thought the fight was over, reno resumed from where he stopped as he shared a post about bleached ladies as usual that has gone under the knife. This time, he used former miss world Agbani Darego-Danjuma as an example, saying she never went under the knife to look pretty or bleached her skin to get a husband and have children.

He twitted: “Agbani did not bleach her skin or undergo a surgical procedure and she still ended up getting married, having a child, and is a ”source of joy to herself and her race.”

“See @AgbaniDarego__. The first and only Nigerian to win the Miss World Pageant. She did not bleach or surgically enhance herself. Yet, she is married, has a child, and is a thing of joy to herself and her race. Say it with me-I’m Black and proud!”

”When you bleach and surgically enhance your body, you are not just saying ‘I hate myself’, you also teach young dark-skinned girls to likewise hate themselves. No matter how many rich old men date you, you remain a danger to yourself and society.

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