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In case you were wondering, Ciara's movie is still on the slate to actually be released. Mama I Want To Sing! was supposed to come out October '08, but didn't. It was moved to the straight-to-DVD sector and people have been wondering if it's ever coming out. The folks over at BV got to the bottom of it. And basically, thanks to all of CiCi's management changes as of late, it'll be coming out in the fall on DVD. Not alongside her CD release as the directors and producers originally planned. The Obamas are officially waxy:

Madame Tussauds Museum here in D.C. unveiled the First Lady Michelle Obama wax statue:

She's alongside her Presidential hubby who was unveiled recently as well.  They even completed her look with her signature pearls and black belt and black flats. More when you read the rest... In other news, Mya and Lil Mo were spotted at the DMV Awards recently:

Yes, that's Onix from "I Love New York" conducting red carpet interviews.  Gotta love it.
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Huh: I hate to see women

Huh: I hate to see women with tatted up arms. Not a good luck, unless you drive a motorcyle and chomp on carpet.Also, WTF is a DMV awards?Department of Motor Vehicles? Shoot, they award entertainers now? LMAO
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hmmmm. yes it is somewhat

hmmmm. yes it is somewhat noticable that her skintone is lighter but maybe its because of the flash?? also, i wonder if black people will truly get over the issue of skin color...
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maybe its because of the

maybe its because of the flash...think ppl.
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I just want the numbers to

I just want the numbers to who be weavin' up those wax figure heads. YaknowImsayin'?
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Like the statues...Michelle's

Like the statues...Michelle's face is kinda off..may be the color like some say Anywho, I hate Lil' Mo's tatoos more than Keyshia Cole's. Ugh, horrible Mya could have taken that dress to dry cleaning first..all wrinkled
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Dang, Black women need

Dang, Black women need therapy. It is not this crucial. It is a wax figure. No one can take away from her true hue; we see her on TV way too much. This is pure paranoia. I pray my dark skinned baby will not have to go through the mental angst you sisters seem to be putting yourselves through. Bless you ALL!
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THE OBAMAS LOOK WONDERFUL IN

THE OBAMAS LOOK WONDERFUL IN WAX
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CIARA'S GORGEOUS HILL HARPER

CIARA'S GORGEOUS HILL HARPER OR WHATEVER HIS NAME IS IS HANDSOME.EEEEW MYA'S UGLY AND LIL MO'S CUTE.
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EVERYONE on this site who is

EVERYONE on this site who is YB&F should be pissed with the depiction of Mrs. Obama! How is it that those who are making a very obvious observation are being challenged? Just last week on Good Morning America they conducted the well known baby doll test from the civil rights era. Black children were asked to pick the "pretty" and "good" doll. Some chose the black dolls but the study showed as clear as day that there are still young black children TODAY, in 2009, who believe white dolls are superior. Mmh, I wonder why?? There is nothing "sensitive" about wanting an accurate portrayal of the first lady. Just as it would be offensive to some Asians to have their characteristic eyes enlarged or made to look more western - it is offensive to whitewash an African-American, which has clearly been done here. Can anyone provide an adequate explanation? Anyone?
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Why are people so caught up

Why are people so caught up in these wax figures. Michelle still looks like Michelle, regardless. Aww looks like Cici's getting what she wanted. Her movie is finally gonna come out. Do your thing girl and brush off them haters. Gosh, Mya's legs looks like someone whose had three kids or maybe more. She's so pretty but her legs...
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keke: We are sensitive

keke: We are sensitive because it seems like there is a campaign among the MSM not to acknowledge that she is a dark skinned woman. One of the reasons that black women really love her is because she looks so confident and comfortable in her black skin. Her natural complexion is what the media has considered unattractive all these years. So when we see images of the FLOTUS not reflective of how she really looks and lighter than her natural skin tone we take notice because it feels like a rejection of her dark skin. We feel once again rejected; like the MSM won’t acknowledge that she is a dark woman, and they won’t celebrate her dark skin. I agree that it is unsettling we feel that way but its the truth. Dark skinned women want to be celebrated too. Co-sign. co-sign. Is it so bad for me as brown-skinned dark skinned woman to want to see statues, and pics of my first lady of the same hue to be shown that way? I mean shoot, I got told just four years ago that I was pretty for a dark-skinned girl and now this ish? Please stop the madness!
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The first lady is A lot

The first lady is A lot darker than President Obama. Those wax statues are way off.
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Ms Howard: I’m happy that

Ms Howard: I’m happy that the Obamas are waxed. BUT… is it me or Lady O is lighter then she should be? I just knew my First Lady was a rich brown tone. Huh. Interesting! I completely agree! I was very upset and disappointed with that. Michelle is definitely a brownie.
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So, if you notice that they

So, if you notice that they have whitened/lightened the First Lady up then you are mind shackled and color sensitive? WTF!!?? You soapbox ministers are killing me! Regardless of your hue, all should be offended at this obvious and blatant white washing. Her hair looks real but you mean to tell me that they couldn't mix up the right color? What Madame is saying is that her natural color is ugly or unacceptable so we'll just "whiten/lighten it up a bit. What Madame has done is deem her dark skin not good enough to be embodied in wax. I am very offended that Madame altered the tone of the First Lady's skin. After reading of brown paper bag tests still being conducted in advertising then I think that it is those of you who want to pretend that color doesn't matter that are mind shackled with visions of rainbows and lollipops running through your head, and not those of us who can see what is right before our very eyes. This country and many on this site do not deem Black to be beautiful and therein lies the problem with this whitewashing.
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GET IT LIL'MO U ROCK URE

GET IT LIL'MO U ROCK URE EXPRESS PINK JUMPSUIT!!!!!!!!!!!
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DMV is D.C., Maryland, and

DMV is D.C., Maryland, and Virginia not Dept of Motor Vehicles LOL
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LMAO..of course Ciara's movie

LMAO..of course Ciara's movie wud go STRAIGHT to dvd..she can't even act so I mean are we shocked?? LMAO @ Mya...SMH! what the hell is a DMV award anyways?? Lil' Mo..SMH! i still love you girl.. The Prez and his wifey look great as wax statues..um some of ya'll are beasting b/c michelle looks "lighter" first off she's not a darkskinned woman..she's brown skinned, and second the flash from the camera OBVIOUSLY makes the skin brighter than it really is...BE EASY folks..and use ya brain
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Huh: how do I know? Singers

Huh: how do I know? Singers can’t act and actors can’t sing. Except Jamie Foxx. right?? talented dude. i'm not tooo happy about the wax figures...but whatevs, i support the Os in anything.
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christina_keys: I know I

christina_keys: I know I LOVE Michelle but I LOVE her so much more because we FINALLY have a spotlight on a DARKER skinned sista WITHOUT the blonde barbie doll weave thnak you. She looks damn near Latina as that wax figure.STOP MAKING US LIGHTER THAN WE ARE. A lot of us happen to LOVE our dark skin, mmmkay? More people in power need to embrace this fact and act accordingly. But despite the color, I think she id dead on…jsut WHY with the lighter tone? They never making us look darker than we are,but ALWAYS trying to make us look like our white sistas…And I’m through! THANK YOU!!!!!!!!!!! YOU ARE EXACTLY RIGHT! I mean, come on. Do they think this is flattering? It's INSULTING. The wax figures are supposed to be exact replicas of the real people...so they consciously made her lighter. SMH.
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SOUTH AFRICAN GIRL: The

SOUTH AFRICAN GIRL: The problem OR what may be right with America is that Black people and Mixed people are classified as the same. ALL as black peopleDown here in South Africa, we have Black people and Coloured people ( Biracial in your case)We live in different areas and have different cultures.Its like African American and Hispanic people.As a result we don’t feel unappreciated because we are dark. Our men go after us, they love us the way we are, dark beautiful skin, big butts and all.The media speaks to us differently and there is no competition between African and MixedI guess South Africa is way different than the US.For instance here during the apartheid days, biracial people got to live in the better areas whilst we lived in the townships(ghettos in your case) and biracial people were also preferred for jobs. They got office/retail jobs when we got construction jobs ( digging in the sun) and house keeping jobsThey(biracial) spoke english whilst we spoke our native toungues.We are just different. Always have been. Always be.I certainly prefer it this way (sorry)My heart gets saddened sometimes by how much dark skinned US girls worship the Beyonce’s of the world and feel inferior to them.Such a shame, Cause they really are queens! Their skin colour is the colour of the soil and their beauty will never fade.VIVA to my dark skinned girls! Well, i think its kinda harsh to separate mixed people from black people especially in america where its hard to find a 100% black! that would be like another appartheid and as an south african girl, im surprised you actually ok with that! Nelson mandela is a great man and always asked for unity, for everybody to have the same rights, regardless of your color!
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ya know, its great that all

ya know, its great that all you guys are being respectful about the wax figure of the first lady but i'm PISSED THE HELL OFF that they whitewashed her like that!!!! how r they going to have the nerve to have her hair,facial features, style, body size, and many minor details of Mrs.Obama perfect replicas but then alter her skin color like that. this was no mistake. they clearly and deliberately took the time to get her image right and made her complexion soooo much lighter than she actually is. Is she really any less beautiful for being the rich chocolate brown that she is? NO!! and i dont think that it would have really been a big deal if she was a few shades off, but this is drastic. and I mean this figure is going to be here years after the Obama's are out of the white house, I want the image of her to remain in tact and portray her for exactly who she is: A powerfully beautiful, philanthropic, humble, determined mother, wife that she is; that happens to be a Black woman and the First Lady of the United States. melt that shit down and get it right!!!............ but honestly if she's cool with it, i'd shut up,lol
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Will yall PLEASE stop

Will yall PLEASE stop repeating what others have said over and over.... she's too light... WE GET IT!
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Hey Tasha, love your site!

Hey Tasha, love your site! Just a suggestion (don't kill me, lol)... could you do separate posts for separate topics? I mean, sometimes I want to post about all the topics on the post, but I know which ever topic is the most 'exciting' will override, and comments will be overlooked. And I myself am guilty of overlooking comment that don't have to deal with the 'exciting' topic. Again, just a suggestion, I'm not dissing your site, or anything.
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You know, I was one of the

You know, I was one of the first to comment on this post. I'm a dark brown sister and honestly, it didn't occur to me that Michelle's figure was any lighter than she really is. Why are we so hung up on complexion? When are we going to get over the plantation mentality. It's just disheartening that so many people can't appreciate the art for their hangups on skin color. The white man isn't our worst enemy - WE are our worst enemy. I don't know what made me come back to the page and read the comments. It's all very sad. We have a lot of work to do as a people. Stop blaming the white man . . . most of the problem is in our own heads - the inability to take the shackles off and truly be FREE.
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i notice some people are

i notice some people are asking if ciara can act....the answer to that is....the movie went straight to dvd. that should answere your question. there were several well named actresses, singers and actors in that movie. so i wonder who screwed it up that bad that it went straight to dvd. oh well keep trying ciara.
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I'm sorry, as much as a lot

I'm sorry, as much as a lot of what you say is meaningful and important this isn't about black people's inner hate for themselves or being enslaved by the color of their skin Common, you can't deny how important it is that a black man, a light skin man at that, flaunts, boasts and treats this woman like a Queen in front of the whole world from day 1 of campaign with nothing but utter love in a world where it was said at one point that Michelle scared the American public. (For me this just adds to Barack's perspicacity). I am fine with the complexion of my skin, i have definitely had to learn to love it through learning to love myself and believing that I am beautiful. But at the end of the day Michelle Obama is soooo important as a dark skinned woman. Please don't get confused and say that that statue is only one shade lighter. That woman is dark skin and don't let what the media touching her up into what they would like her to be change that. This statue is an example of it. People from all over the world go to see Madame Tussaud and THAT"S what they'll see. If they know enough they'll notice the difference, if they don't, well there you go. And so what right; because like I said that doesn't change me, I've worked on that, but these little details do unknowingly settle and cave in. At first i thought that the people over there didn't have experience with making black people so i went to check out the website. Again I myself was like, common get over it, but no, i found deep down it bothered me. So I went and indeed it ain't easy finding black wax figures but i did find people like Martin Luther King and Nelson Mandela, people that are the same or arguably lighter than her and they turned out just fine, on point, no contesting there. I am pissed because the only possible explanation I can find is that here is white supremacy at work again and what is considered more beautiful, more noble is being as close to white as possible. This is the first lady of the united states, married to the most powerful man, leader of the free world, how dare she be just an ordinary black person. Call me what you want, that's how I see it. I am not bitter, I assure you I'm fine, but I don't like that that is the perception this world has. If you recall tasha put up a post some time ago where Alicia Keys was portraying the first lady. Alot of people were hollering why her, why her. I didn't agree with them. I personally think that the imitation was wonderful and I absolutely love Alicia Keys and thought it was a great choice because she is a strong, major influence in her own right. What I saw instead is that this was simply proof of the lack of big name dark skinned celebrities to do it justice instead. They thought of the idea and when it came down to picking someone, they wanted someone who deserved to do the imitation of Michelle and the pool of succesful light skinned women was probably endless. Alicia Keys was their best choice and that's the problem. Not Alicia, the fact! That's what it was for me. Again, I do not have a problem personally, but there are plenty of little black girls who go threw it and Michelle is the perfect model, atleast for the time being. What the hell right, this is just a statue right! Apart from that that statue is dead on, almost perfect. Almost... You need to give your people a little more credit. I believe you do love your people, you can tell. I really did appreciate your text which is what allowed me to right all this. I needed a comment like that to say all of this because what you articulated so well is what people see as well. But, that's exactly what I'm all about. I'm fine with me but I do strive for a day when people see things the correct way, not my way, not even the fair way, the correct way. I they don't, I'll keep doing my thing, but it would be a shame. P.S: I honestly wouldn't be surprised if Michelle made a comment about it. She might not but I think for the sake of integrity it would be really important. And I'll put a little effort to put it out there.
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The problem OR what may be

The problem OR what may be right with America is that Black people and Mixed people are classified as the same. ALL as black people Down here in South Africa, we have Black people and Coloured people ( Biracial in your case) We live in different areas and have different cultures. Its like African American and Hispanic people. As a result we don't feel unappreciated because we are dark. Our men go after us, they love us the way we are, dark beautiful skin, big butts and all. The media speaks to us differently and there is no competition between African and Mixed I guess South Africa is way different than the US. For instance here during the apartheid days, biracial people got to live in the better areas whilst we lived in the townships(ghettos in your case) and biracial people were also preferred for jobs. They got office/retail jobs when we got construction jobs ( digging in the sun) and house keeping jobs They(biracial) spoke english whilst we spoke our native toungues. We are just different. Always have been. Always be. I certainly prefer it this way (sorry) My heart gets saddened sometimes by how much dark skinned US girls worship the Beyonce's of the world and feel inferior to them. Such a shame, Cause they really are queens! Their skin colour is the colour of the soil and their beauty will never fade. VIVA to my dark skinned girls!
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LULU: BLACK PEOPLESO

LULU: BLACK PEOPLESO ENSLAVED BY COLOUR OF SKINIT’S ALL THEY CAN PICK UP IN MICHELLE’S WAX FIGURE,THAT SHE IS A SHADE LIGHTER THAN SHE IS AND NOT HOW MUCH THE STATUE LOOKS EXACTLY LIKE HERSOME EXAGGERATE IT AND SAY SHE IS TEN TIMES LIGHTER THAN HER SKIN TONEWHY THEY EXAGGERATE? ONE MAY ASKBECAUSE, I SAY, HOW DARE SHE BECOME LIGHTER THAN WE AREWE DON’T LIKE LIGHT SKINNED GIRLSWE ALL HAVE TO BE DARK SKINNEDWE BECOME SO VOCAL ABOUT IT, CAUSE SECRETLY WE ALL WISH WE WERE A BIT LIGHTER THAN WHAT WE AREWE LOATHE OUR DARK SKINBUT WILL NEVER ADMIT IT, EVERWE ARE THE FIRST ONES TO SAY HOW PROUD WE ARE OF ITWE TAKE OFFENCE IF SOMEONE WE KNOW TO BE BROWN IS PORTRAYED AS LIGHT SKINNEDWE WON’T HAVE ITSHE WILL REMAIN BROWN AS WE AREWHITE PEOPLE TAN AND LOOK DARKER THAN THEY ARE ALL THE TIMENO FUSS, NO BIGGIEITS NO ISSUE BUT HELL BREAK LOOSE SHOULD ONE OF OURS LOOK A SHADE LIGHTER THAN THEY AREWE AS BLACK PEOPLE ARE SO SENSITIVE TO COLOURIT IS NOT OUR FAULTONE DAYONE DAY, WE’LL BE FINE MY BLACK BROTHERS AND SISTERSTHAT’S ALL I HAVE TO SAY ON THE MATTER True...True...True...
Speak's picture

Why is Michelle so damn light

Why is Michelle so damn light yall!! An don't tell me wax don't come in her shade!!! Oh, hey Mo!!
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I need to know why Michelle

I need to know why Michelle looks lighter than her hubby. There is definitely a difference in their shades. Dang, can't dark sisters get some respect
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echo: yes, some of these

echo: yes, some of these chick walkin ’round here with taco meat and silky asian hair that doesnt match up. at least get a perm first! ***FLATLINED***
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i think its just the flash

i think its just the flash from the photos, the figures might actually be darker than the photos show. In the 1st photo of the wax figure, yes Michelle's skin is a bit lighter than his. But in the last photo of the wax figures, she's MUCH lighter than him.( possibly because the shot is close up and flash is set mostly on her face.) People of color always need good lighting....even in wax i guess! Fashionista: Yeah, why is the first lady looking lighter than Barack? We know that is far from the truth in real life.
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lulu seriously?? If any of us

lulu seriously?? If any of us have complexion issues it is because black women are literally ranked in beauty and overall value by how light or dark our complexion is. The majority of us do not want to be lighter we want the media to stop telling us that we need to be lighter.
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DMV awards=DC Maryland &

DMV awards=DC Maryland & Virgina
thatgirl's picture

Why is the first lady sooo

Why is the first lady sooo light??? They make her even lighter than Obama and hes lighter than her......hmmmm
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We are sensitive because it

We are sensitive because it seems like there is a campaign among the MSM not to acknowledge that she is a dark skinned woman. One of the reasons that black women really love her is because she looks so confident and comfortable in her black skin. Her natural complexion is what the media has considered unattractive all these years. So when we see images of the FLOTUS not reflective of how she really looks and lighter than her natural skin tone we take notice because it feels like a rejection of her dark skin. We feel once again rejected; like the MSM won't acknowledge that she is a dark woman, and they won't celebrate her dark skin. I agree that it is unsettling we feel that way but its the truth. Dark skinned women want to be celebrated too.
keke's picture

Madame Tossaud is incredible

Madame Tossaud is incredible with the wax statues...like they literally are an equivlent to their human selves...wonderful work!!!!
Charisma's picture

OMG its not that serious

OMG its not that serious
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Brighteyes: The wax is too

Brighteyes: The wax is too light, they need to get it right. She’s rich brown and she’s our crown! I really love that the first lady’s complexion looks like mine…one that is rarely viewed favorably in the media. A part of her true essence is that she is brown skined and looks like any other beautiful black woman in corporate America or around the way. Please make her brown! We have enough images of ligher skined African American women. The First Lady is rich brown, that is part of the beauty of who she is and what she represents!! There is nothing wrong with representing her as she truly is. thank you and well put. I am brown skinned and gorgeous. I have never wanted to be anything but that. I have no desire to be light, bright, and nearly white. So yes, fix it!
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why is everyone going so hard

why is everyone going so hard on ciara???? she has a really sweet spirit i like her because she has a sweet personality people need to stop.... but on lil mo that look is not gettin it! mya is my girl and all but its not my favorite from her either!
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MAN PEOPLE ARE TRIPPIN! YS

MAN PEOPLE ARE TRIPPIN! YS MICHELLE LOOK KINDA LIGHTER BUT IT IS HER EXACT REPLICA, THEY DID NOT WHITEN HER FEATURES! FIND SOMETHING ELSE
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BLACK PEOPLE SO ENSLAVED BY

BLACK PEOPLE SO ENSLAVED BY COLOUR OF SKIN IT'S ALL THEY CAN PICK UP IN MICHELLE'S WAX FIGURE, THAT SHE IS A SHADE LIGHTER THAN SHE IS AND NOT HOW MUCH THE STATUE LOOKS EXACTLY LIKE HER SOME EXAGGERATE IT AND SAY SHE IS TEN TIMES LIGHTER THAN HER SKIN TONE WHY THEY EXAGGERATE? ONE MAY ASK BECAUSE, I SAY, HOW DARE SHE BECOME LIGHTER THAN WE ARE WE DON'T LIKE LIGHT SKINNED GIRLS WE ALL HAVE TO BE DARK SKINNED WE BECOME SO VOCAL ABOUT IT, CAUSE SECRETLY WE ALL WISH WE WERE A BIT LIGHTER THAN WHAT WE ARE WE LOATHE OUR DARK SKIN BUT WILL NEVER ADMIT IT, EVER WE ARE THE FIRST ONES TO SAY HOW PROUD WE ARE OF IT WE TAKE OFFENCE IF SOMEONE WE KNOW TO BE BROWN IS PORTRAYED AS LIGHT SKINNED WE WON'T HAVE IT SHE WILL REMAIN BROWN AS WE ARE WHITE PEOPLE TAN AND LOOK DARKER THAN THEY ARE ALL THE TIME NO FUSS, NO BIGGIE ITS NO ISSUE BUT HELL BREAK LOOSE SHOULD ONE OF OURS LOOK A SHADE LIGHTER THAN THEY ARE WE AS BLACK PEOPLE ARE SO SENSITIVE TO COLOUR IT IS NOT OUR FAULT ONE DAY ONE DAY, WE'LL BE FINE MY BLACK BROTHERS AND SISTERS THAT'S ALL I HAVE TO SAY ON THE MATTER
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No we were not wondering

No we were not wondering Natasha.. sorry girl.. once I heard the title of the movie and heard Ciara was going to be in it, I INSTANTANEOUSLY knew I wouldn't be going to see it. On to things that we DO care about...to complete the wax fam. all we need is Malia and Sasha!!! And the dog, when they get it. I see Fantasia "Fanny" must have been inspired by Lil Mo... Some ppl. need to stop getting random tattoos... Just imagine what those arms are going to look like when she is in a nursing home.
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This is just ridiculous! What

This is just ridiculous! What is with this need to lighten up images of black women in the public eye?? (This was clearly deliberate) This issue needs to be taken much more seriously. If the First Lady can't be represented just as she is, when will dark skin ever be considered to be just as beautiful as any other complexion?
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Lil Mo is the business.

Lil Mo is the business.
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The wax is too light, they

The wax is too light, they need to get it right. She's rich brown and she's our crown! I really love that the first lady's complexion looks like mine...one that is rarely viewed favorably in the media. A part of her true essence is that she is brown skined and looks like any other beautiful black woman in corporate America or around the way. Please make her brown! We have enough images of ligher skined African American women. The First Lady is rich brown, that is part of the beauty of who she is and what she represents!! There is nothing wrong with representing her as she truly is.
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I must agree they got

I must agree they got Michelle looking a lil on the lgiht and bright side but other than that her facial expression and everything else is dead on. Hopefully by the time I reach Vegas in August they will have the new President and First Lady there also.
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I know I LOVE Michelle but I

I know I LOVE Michelle but I LOVE her so much more because we FINALLY have a spotlight on a DARKER skinned sista WITHOUT the blonde barbie doll weave thnak you. She looks damn near Latina as that wax figure. STOP MAKING US LIGHTER THAN WE ARE. A lot of us happen to LOVE our dark skin, mmmkay? More people in power need to embrace this fact and act accordingly. But despite the color, I think she id dead on...jsut WHY with the lighter tone? They never making us look darker than we are,but ALWAYS trying to make us look like our white sistas... And I'm through!
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The DMV Awards? Department of

The DMV Awards? Department of Motor Vehicles? WTF? What in the z-list hell kinda program is that?
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I feel kind of bad for

I feel kind of bad for Mya...she is still trying to stay relevant and she looks so excited to be on somebody's red carpet....well that's not even a carpet it looks like just a regular floor surface, damn...:(
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