Nineteen-year-old Khoudia Diop has been bullied her whole life because of her dark skin. But instead of taking those hateful comments to heart, she learned to embrace her complexion — which has earned her a modeling career.She has only been modeling for two years but has gained quite a following on social media, boasting over 240,000 fans on Instagram alone. Here, she shares images of herself as well as beauty tips (she uses AJ Crimson Dual Skin Creme Foundation in Eight ($35)) and screenshots of racist comments.One woman said that if christian louboutin sale she had Khoudia's dark skin, she would "triple bleach my soul because my reflection may scare me." Khoudia laughed it off. "Waking up and seeing my chocolate ass in the mirror is the first thing I do everyday and I can tell you how priceless it is to me and how bad I want to marry myself everytime I see my smile in the mirror. 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Gaga is likely staying close to home in LA ahead of the Grammys this weekend; while she isn't nominated for any awards, she is set to hit the stage with Metallica for a duet.It's been a huge week for Gaga, who not only nailed her Super Bowl gig but also announced her world tour and an upcoming red sole shoes christian louboutin wine brand and dropped a truly entertaining video for her new single, "John Wayne." Unfortunately, Gaga also had to face haters who both body shamed her and accused her of "stealing" elements of her Super Bowl performance fr om Pink. Gaga gave an eloquent response to her critics, saying, "I'm proud of my body and you should be proud of yours too," while Pink herself shot back at the copycat claims: "Who cares if I flew first?" Before Kanye West even showed his latest collection at New York Fashion Week on red bottoms shoes on sale Wednesday, I had some thoughts. 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