Abena Akuaba Appiah is a Ghanaian-American model, pageant Queen and now the rule first Black Miss Grand International.
The stunner who is also the first United Regime Queen to win Miss Grand International and the previous Miss Earth Ghana recently took dwelling the treetop in Bangkok, Thailand.
During the procession, she racked up adulation online as she strutted sensually across the stage in canary yellow formal wear while rocking a posh kinky-coily ponytail.
In addition to sizzling the stage with her go and her kindnes, Abena paid tribute to Black police brutality preys during the costume portion of the contender. The representation, 27, wore a # BLM dress featuring the faces of Tamir Rice , Philando Castile, George Floyd, and more.
After successfully earning the crown, Abena stressed the importance of representation and pronouncement especially for Black girls struggling to embrace their natural perfection. She too spurred everyone to continue to” say the words” of victims of racial inequalities and injustices.
” I achieved the unthinkable for all the girls that was like me; I miss you to know your hair is beautiful, your skin is flawless, and that you should wear all of it with pride and goodnes. We are enough; we are beautiful, we do not have to fit any knockout standards because we determined our own. The first BLACK MGI Queen, the first to wreak the golden crown home to the USA, and finally, a dream as a young three-year-old is now a reality. […]
Lastly, I want us to continuously remember the lost beings due to prejudices, transgressions, and detest. May we conduct with love, conciliation, and aid. Continue to Say Their Names ever, and may their lives live through us with purpose.
In between acquiring bountiful crowns, Abena sings, song writes and poses, most recently appearing in Bruno Mars and Kodak Black’s video for” Wake Up In The Sky .”
Isn’t she lovely?
Congratulations to the firstly Black Miss Grand International, Abena Akuaba Appiah!
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