Woman Who ‘Changed Race’ Believes She Can Have A Black Baby With White Husband
A German model, who changed the colour of her skin to transform herself into a black woman, has appeared on TV saying she and her white husband believe they could have a black baby.
Martina Big first started having melanin injections two years ago, in order to ‘transition’ from a white woman to a black woman.
Martina now says she identifies as a black woman, and said that her body has undergone many physical changes since starting the treatment.
Speaking to Holly Willoughby and John Barrowman on This Morning, Martina said, via Metro:
The skin is getting darker and my growing hair is changing and getting curly and more dark.
Martina also revealed that she and her husband are hoping to have a baby, and that the baby will also be black.
Yes [the doctors] say [the baby] will be black.
We’re not having plans, but I’m discussing regularly with my doctor if my body is ok, if [having a] baby is ok, if breastfeeding is ok, and how the baby will look like…
To which Holly replied:
And if that baby is not – because I’m trying to think how that’s possible biologically… I don’t see how that’s possible genetically.
If it’s not, will you feel close if you give birth to a white child, or will you somehow feel it’s not connected to you?
No it’s a mix of Michael and me, I’m pretty sure it will be black, or milk chocolate or a little bit lighter, it doesn’t matter.
You can watch it here:
Naturally, viewers of the show took to Twitter to express themselves.
One person wrote:
so because she’s had skin darkening injections she thinks she will have black babies?! Did I hear her say she doesn’t mind if the child is ‘milk chocolate’?! OMG!!!
Omg!! The baby will be black or milk chocolate?! How disrespectful can you get? Totally mental
A third replied:
What on earth? How can the baby be black? DNA?
Picking up on another comment, someone else said:
No way did that women just describe the race of her baby “milk chocolate”
Last year, Martina revealed she had travelled to Kenya in order to be baptised by a pastor there, where she was reportedly given the Swahili name of Malaika Kubwa, which means ‘big angel’.
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