This Teen Was Bullied For Her Skin Tone, Now She’s A Model And Social Media Star

Khoudia Diop lived her entire life with the torment of bullies all around her. Throughout her childhood and young adult life, people would make fun of her for her dark skin tone. Now, Khoudia has turned the tables around on her ‘haters’ and has gained unimaginable success that had made her proud of her beautiful skin color.

20. Khoudia Diop

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Khoudia Diop was born in Senegal, West Africa where she was born and raised until she turned 15. At 15, Khoudia moved to Paris, France where she immediately realized that her skin tone was much different than her fellow classmates. This made her a target for bullies.

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