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Khoudia Diop - Melanin Goddess: Meet Senegalese Model “Khoudia Diop” Who captivates with her dark skin tone …

Khoudia Diop - Melanin Goddess: Meet Senegalese Model “Khoudia Diop” Who captivates with her dark skin tone …

In a world where light skinned girls are celebrated daily ,it’s refreshing to see a dark skinned girl making waves .Model, Khoudia Diop is captivating hearts with her natural beauty and skin tone . The Senegalese beauty who shuffles between New York and Paris , goes by the name Melanin Goddess on Instagram where she shares unedited photos with her over 33 thousand followers .She also shares photos with her white boyfriend .












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