Zozi Tunzi Writes A HeartWarming Letter To A Little Girl Who Went Viral For Saying She’s Ugly

Miss Universe Zozibini Tunzi has again reminds girls that beauty has no “fixed standard” and that every human being is beautiful in their own unique way. 

A heartbreaking video went viral a few days ago of an Atlanta-based Rapper, lilwavedaddy braiding a four-year-old black girl’s hair who says she’s ugly on her Instagram Live.

Lilwavedaddy snapped and spoke magical uplifting and love words into the heart of this little girl and she went viral all over America.

This viral story of little Ariyonna made its way to Zozibini Tunzi TimeLine.

Zozi posted the video and said: “YOU ARE BEAUTIFUL ❤ To Ariyonna and every other little girl who has felt like this..you are beautiful, don’t let the world tell you any less❤ I have had so many interviews where I have been asked “You challenge beauty standards today. What beauty standards do you think we should have?” And I always wonder “why must we have have beauty standards?” With so many beautiful women in the world who look so different from each other, why should we have beauty standards? Beauty is subjective and so in that regard every woman and girl of every race, shape, size and shade is beautiful.
We cannot continue to live in a world that makes young girls feel less about themselves because they are not the “standard”. It is our responsibility, collectively to create a healthy world for children because we need them to grow up to be the extraordinary, capable, kind people this world needs to be a better place because honestly right now we are messing up big time. We need them to be healthy and happy because that is what they deserve.
To everyone who has felt like they are different and don’t meet the “standard” know that the “standard” is boring. You are beautiful, capable and enough.
@lilwavedaddy you are phenomenal for what you did here. Bless you ❤
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To Ariyonna and every other little girl who has felt like this..you are beautiful, don't let the world tell you any less❤ I have had so many interviews where I have been asked "You challenge beauty standards today. What beauty standards do you think we should have?" And I always wonder "why must we have have beauty standards?" With so many beautiful women in the world who look so different from each other, why should we have beauty standards? Beauty is subjective and so in that regard every woman and girl of every race, shape, size and shade is beautiful. We cannot continue to live in a world that makes young girls feel less about themselves because they are not the "standard". It is our responsibility, collectively to create a healthy world for children because we need them to grow up to be the extraordinary, capable, kind people this world needs to be a better place because honestly right now we are messing up big time. We need them to be healthy and happy because that is what they deserve. To everyone who has felt like they are different and don't meet the "standard" know that the "standard" is boring. You are beautiful, capable and enough. @lilwavedaddy you are phenomenal for what you did here. Bless you ❤

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