Meagan Good Doesn't Bleach Her Skin, So Quit Asking

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Meagan Good does not bleach her skin.

No way. Not ever. Don't even ask.

Meagan Good has had to do what most people shouldn't ever have to do. She has had to take to the internet to debunk rumors that she has altered herself, by weird chemical means, to appear to be something she isn't.

It's weird that a strong, confident woman like Meagan Good would be accused of something so petty.

However, that is just the world we live in.

Good posted this baby photo on Instagram to prove to nay-sayers that she was born with light skin.

The caption reluctantly explains that she hasn't changed her skin. Meagan Good was just born with lighter skin.

She says of the photo, "I can't believe I'm actually going to address this nonsense lol ... Buuuut I have young women who follow me - so I think its important to give clarity because I believe that black and every other color is beautiful .. This is for those who believe that I would actually bleach my face and entire body to try to be lighter skin."

Meagan Good continued, "My skin looks various different ways for various reasons - from lighting to makeup of photography or something as simple as weather and what coast on working on at any given time...This is my complexion-the one I was born with... I tend to get lighter and darker depending upon how much sun I do or don't get."

Of course. Don't we all? Why do we do this to each other?

She goes on to say that, as she gets older, she is going to make more of an effort to protect her skin when going out in the sun, etc.

Great advice from Meagan Good, but given under unfortunate circumstances.

Image via YouTube

Lacy Langley
Lacy is a writer from Texas. She likes spending time in the home office, homeschooling her kids, playing the didgeridoo, caring for her chickens (Thelma and Louise), Rolos, Christmas, and Labyrinth.