Share FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinWhatsappTelegramEmail 8.2K If You Like This Article Kindly Give Us A Share! Why Egypt Is On Discussion Ever since the premiere of Jada Pinkett’s X Netflix’s docuseries of Cleopatra made its way into the public eye, a lot of Egyptian nationals have been upset and reacted bitterly to the show. VIDEO: Netflix Releases trailer for Jada Pinkette’s “Queen Cleopatra” Docuseries This is primarily because the current settlers in Egypt are disappointed that Cleopatra was depicted as a black woman. They believe Cleopatra should have been depicted as either white or of the Middle Eastern race. More Articles You Would Love PICS: See All The Fabulous & Awkward Looks From The 2022 Grammy Award’s Red Carpet African Fashion Styles For Ladies To Rock To Their Friends Traditional Weddings The Fight For Cleopatra Although there is no proof that Cleopatra was of this race, the only evidence is that she has macedonian Greek blood of 6-7 generations before her of a Greek settler in Egypt by the name of Ptolemy. The timeline or nature of Ptolemy doesn’t insinuate that none of his descendants chose not to mate with nor have children with any of the dark-skinned ancient Egyptians, nor did they have a bloodline pledging not to. They hang on to this evidence that 6 generations before Cleopatra’s birth was a Greek man, which therefore means Cleopatra was white or Mediterranean looking. Even Cleopatra Being Anything But Dark Is A Myth The skin color and features of Cleopatra’s mother remain unknown, and neither can they account for all the other women that have mothered her generation downwards. Even that of her father can not be identified, outside the fact they hang onto the fact he is a descendant of Plotemy. The only artifact should be her father with wavey hair. An artifact created by the Romans who later also invaded the country AND all of which was created in the last (no more than) 200 years. Not only that, but the Romans were also notoriously known for white washing Egyptian history. Every other evidence they used was that of European paintings and more, which has been known to falsify the realities of Egypt. In fact, the main reason Cleopatra was denied being able to marry Ceasar whom she had a child with was because she was of a different race. Cleopatra Isn’t Worth The Fight Nevertheless, the fight for Cleopatra is a very silly one, considering Cleopatra was a scandalous power monger who ended the reign of Khemet (the true name for Egypt) in Rome. Not only that, she married her brother just to stay in power as she was a lover of a Greek and she couldn’t be a queen had she not had an Egyptian spouse. She faked her death to her original lover only for him to kill himself. There is not one valuable achievement of Cleopatra that is worth black people debating about her race. Cleopatra Was An Incompetent, Scandalous Queen That Black People Should NOT Claim Or Be Proud Of But Khemet Is Worth Fighting For However, since the invasion of the Mediterranean-looking people somewhere between 300bc-30ad of Khemet (Egypt), they have tried to claim the history of Nubia and & Egypt (previously known as Khemet the Land Of Blacks). Despite the fact that they can’t survive on the land without sunblock. In fact, ever since the invasion by ancient the current Egyptians, that is the exact moment where Egyptian civilization ended, as far as hieroglyphic documentation goes. Using the fact of the current looks of descendants of Egypt’s invaders as a justification for the past Egyptians in itself is a lie that we have seen of the Arian invasion of South Africa, the USA, and more countries. The video below is a factual (mixed with logical opinion) breakdown of all the information you need to make you understand the reality of Egypt. It’s a composition of images of artifacts and Egyptian art gathered by a youtuber by social media name of Professor Black Truth. Enjoy! Read More Like This On Egypt Culture UPCOMING TOP EVENTS! VIEW ALL EVENTSAFRICAS BIGGEST FASHION WEEK IS HERE!Click Here To Submit stories Email: [email protected] or HashTag #FashionGHANA Share FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinWhatsappTelegramEmail FashionGHANA Admin FashionGHANA.com is a Fashion PR Company, Events planning & management team as well as Africa's leading Fashion Media House. Get Intouch with us and let's see how we can help you grow. info@FashionGHANAcom More For You Nanny Of The Maroons, The Ghanaian Female Hero Who Led Jamaicans To Freedom... Cleopatra Was An Incompetent, Scandalous Queen That Black People Should NOT Claim Or... See The All Female Amazon Army From Benin That Inspired Black Panther Movie... PICTURES: So How Well Did Ghanaians Dress In The Seventies? See These Pictures Leave a Comment Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.