This stunning chocolate beauty is Alexys Johnson. Alexys has the type of beauty that could stop traffic. She looks like an African goddess. I don’t know much about her other than she’s a model out of Los Angeles. Please let me know if you have any other information on her. She has an Instagram and Twitter account. All I know is she is serious wifey material!lol
They don’t come much prettier than Khadija Shari. This chocolate complexion cutie is a dancer and model. Shari has one of those faces you could stare at forever. She might be the closest thing I’ve seen to my ideal woman. At least from a physical perspective.
Khadija has been pursuing a professional career as a dancer and model for the past seven years. She was born in Trinidad but raised in Brooklyn which is where she found her love the arts at a young age. Since then, she’s danced alongside Grammy Award winners like Beyonce, Rihanna, has toured all over the world just to name a few of her amazing accomplishments.
MaameYaa Boafo was born in Pakistan and hails from Ghana, West Africa and currently lives in New York. Coming to the United States to obtain a double Bachelor degree in Journalism and French at Hood College, Ms. Boafo was then awarded the Levin Scholarship from Rutgers University where she received her MFA in Acting from the Mason Gross School of the Arts. She has since gone on to play roles such as Ophelia in Hamlet, the Courtesan in Comedy of Errors and made her off-Broadway debut as Walter Mosley’s leading lady in his play LIFT.
Since making her on-screen acting debut in 2012, in the award winning indie film Asa as the title role, MaameYaa has gone on to star in other indies and short films ( Bus Nut. Directed by Akosua Adoma Owusu as well as TV: Madam Secretary, Blacklist & Mysteries of Laura to name a few. Ms. Boafo also leads the cast of An African City, the international hit web series that is “Africa’s answer to Sex & the City” (CNN). Commercial appearances include Nickolodeon and Movicel starring Miss Universe 2011 Leila Lopes and Dove Chocolate among others.
We must take the unequivocal position that if the Black race is to perish,the world must perish with us. Blood debts must be repaid in blood. We must never accept money and privileges as repayment for the mistreatment of our people. The past Black generations who suffer for no other reason than the color of their skin must be avenged not because of hate but for justice.