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Whitenicious Dencia: Don’t You Just Love How this Cameroon Singer ALWAYS Gets Attention?

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From the onset when we got introduced to Cameroon Singer Dencia she has never failed to make it known that she is all about getting attention, by any means necessary. Is she just a good business woman? Perhaps? Indeed she knows how to keep her name on the lips of thousands.

Archived Dencia Cases:

1. Her Fight at the 2011 Headies

2. More Fights online with Liz Garvy

3. The “suck, suck, suck,” video (went viral in a major way)

4. Her Cameroon people calling her out on fraudulently claiming to be Nigerian and now, Whitenicious.

Dencia launched the skincare line Whitenicious promising to make you “whitenicious” and needless to say, from Black Americans to Africans, everyone is noticing. She is however moving sales swiftly off the shelves and has sold out thanks to her mostly Nigerian customers.

What’s next Ms. Dencia?

-Uduak

Whitenicious by Dencia

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