It’s been two month since Ade Tutou, a Nigerian model with tibal scars, who embarked on a social media campaign to get support for her to model for Rihanna’s successful beauty Fenty.
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Rihanna even ended up following the model hopeful, however despite doing so they have not gotten intouch with her or nothing in the public eye has transpired.
However, Ade Tutuo is not giving up. She’s still aspiring to get hold of the Fenty contract. Ade Tutuo is convinced that Rihanna following her back is a huge sign indicating her campaign will produce positive results.
She recently took to instagram and wrote “I haven’t given up on my dreams to model for @badgliri a a fenty beauty model, it means a lot to me and I’m still hopeful and believe my dreams will come true someday”.
We wish her luck but on that note from working with various models here is some advice. It’s understandable that in most cases people with outstanding differences always feel that difference is to blame for their lack of opportunities, from Vitiligo, to freckles, to albino to scars or even sometime just pure race. But in many cases it might just not be your difference, it might even been had your difference not existed you wouldn’t have been selected for the role like the other 1 million model hopefuls.