African Ancestry, African women, Arik Air, Dreamz 2 Dinero, Embassy of Botswana, Hope Sullivan Masters, Kimberly Brown, King Peggy, Miss Africa USA, Miss Black Alabama, Miss Cross Rivers State, Miss Ethiopia
This post sets the stage for a 2nd post on the Miss Africa Contestants, so read part II tomorrow to see who was crowned the queen. There was alot going on while the contestants were changing costumes, I cover that below.
My attendance at Saturday’s Miss Africa USA was a $30 incredibly well spent (and not just because it took 6 hours to crown a queen). It was my first attendance at a major African cultural event since my very first post on the Liberian Entertainment Awards. I not only got to see attractive African women on stage and in the audience (and a female Ghanaian King), I was treated to a concert, spoken word poetry, a fashion show, and dance. Many of the contestants were oozing with Continue reading