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Apparently, Burna Boy shows he is not in support of Black Chyna visit to Nigeria to sell her bleaching cream.
He also referred to the cream as poison and urge Blac Chyna not to come to Nigeria to promote it. ‘@blacchyna please don’t come to my home to sell your poison.’
Few days ago, Blac Chyna and Dencia took to social media to announce their new lightening cream and it launching at Allen Avenue in Lagos Nigeria on 25th of November 2018.
The bleaching cream which is the fruit of Blac Chyna partnership with Whitenicious by Dencia was packaged in Swarovski crystal-studded jar and will be sold for $250 per jar which is approximately 90,000 Naira (at 360 per dollar) per jar.
According to People.com, The model and mother of two, 30, has partnered with beauty brand Whitenicious by Dencia to launch her own cream aimed at restoring the skin’s “natural glow,” reducing “ the visibility and intensity of age spots [by] lightening their appearance,” and “improving the appearance of dull, discolored skin [by] visibly stamping out unevenness to leave the complexion illuminated.”
Meanwhile, the announcement of the Whitenicious X Blac Chyna launch in Lagos has generated lots of negative comments from fans.
Will the Blac Chyna postpone her visit to Nigeria? Will Whitenicious X Blac Chyna launch in Lagos still take place?