Beyoncé’s father, Mathew Knowles, says the music industry only promotes lighter skin women of color, and that his daughter might not have been as successful if she had a darker complexion. Eve reacts, “I don’t like what he said; I don’t like the way he said it. This is a deeper conversation than we can tackle in this moment…when you do look at the charts and you do look at the people he did name [including Rihanna, Beyonce and Mariah Carey], it makes it as if, is it true?” Sheryl Underwood adds, “It is about us taking control… don’t play the same 15 songs. Let the girls get up and do what they do. It doesn’t matter about their complexion because they all are beautiful…. don’t make us say one is better than the other.”
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Tonight on #NTVMEN, Miria Matembe and Flavia Tumusiime join the guys to talk women emancipation. What do you understand women emancipation to be? Share your tho
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Tonight on #NTVMEN, Miria Matembe and Flavia Tumusiime join the guys to talk women emancipation. What do you understand women emancipation to be? Share your thoughts. Show is on at 10 pm only on NTV