After being silent for several months, the Oscar award winner, Lupita Nyongo has finally spoken about her tribe. During an interview with the Vogue magazine, the Kenyan born celebrity revealed how uncomfortable she was being Luo. In an interview, which gave her another opportunity to grace the cover of Vogue magazine, Lupita opened up about how someone told her that she was too dark to feature on TV. She went ahead to narrate how difficult it was to speak English and Swahili because Kenyan schools did not allow learners to speak Dholuo, her mother tongue.
In fact, she says that she started hating everything that identified her with her tribe. Despite the challenges she faced because of the color of her skin, Lupita says that she could not give up on her dreams in life. Instead, she thought of finding a way out. Her determination and hard work are some of the attributes that have made to be the first Kenyan to win an award in Hollywood.
Here is the latest cover of the Vogue magazine she has been featured on:
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