Founded by Cameroonian pop star Dencia, Whitenicious raised major controversy when it debuted in 2014, touting itself as a “fast acting, 7-day dark spot remover,” with before-and-afters of its formerly milk chocolate-hued founder turned a milky skin tone. Similarly, Whitenicious x Blac Chyna Diamond Illuminating & Lightening Cream, which is thus far being launched and promoted exclusively in Africa, suggests “looking at the bright side of our faces,” with several Instagram posts featuring the media personality and mother of two preening with a Swarovski-encrusted jar of cream, and appearing slightly paler than her already light-skinned self.
Burna Boy, just like everyone else, has his reservations regarding Blac Chyna coming to Lagos, Nigeria, to promote a skin- lightening cream and he’s called the mother-of-two out. Burna Boy took to his Instagram stories to warn women not to buy Chyna’s products which he termed “poison”. He assured them that their black is beautiful, then went on to slam Chyna. Read his post below.