This Nigerian Beauty Jare Ijalana Has Been Introduced As The Most Beautiful Girl In The World.
There have been many girls over the years who held the title of “most beautiful girl in the world.” It started out with Thane Blondeau when she was only 6 years old. Russian child models Anastasiya Knyazeva and Kristina Pimenova have also held the title, but it seems there is a new contender. Photographer Mofe Bamuyiwa recently posted some stunning photos of a young girl from Nigeria named Jare Ijalana. We’ll introduce you to the shockingly beautiful Jare, as well as her older sisters, Jomi and Joba. You can learn more about them on their J3 Instagram account, and you can also see many more lovely photos. Do you think that Jare deserves the title of most beautiful girl in the world? Let us know what you think in the comment section and then click on the subscribe button to get more videos from us here at TheTalko.
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This brings me down. Sometimes I feel like I'm UGLY.
I'm so disappointed I can't believe someone like you *JUDGES* people by their beauty.
Once at my school, someone called me ugly. I didn't think anything of it.
This makes me think about that moment!
Stop the madness. She a beautiful little girl and she not the only pretty little girl the in African race or african American race or any race because in our bible teaches us that God made a nothing that was bad and no one race is better than other .So please stop the madness because we already have so much division in our race and in the country please try to see as God see us all . In jesus name Amen
A lot of people stop me at stores, parks, walks down the block, and say I beautiful dark skin! I can relate of having dark brown skin, and sometimes I don't believe in beautiful just because of it! Every girl is beautiful in their own way! No matter if it's on the inside or outside! 💝💞💖
If they're considered world's most beautiful then I don't know how I can describe my two daughters because they're more than what I have seen,....but in detail everyone is beautiful in a different way,finish and klaar!
All the girls you show correspond to stupid criteria, Barbie's criteria : Why do all those white girls have blue eyes? Brown and dark eyes can be bright and beautiful, even in a white face and why do all those girls have vacant, void eye and face expressions like robots or like Elite's top models ? They do not smile or laugh or express anything, as if they were not alive . They obeyed a photographer's orders . For me beautiful little girls should have lively expressive eyes and faces .
some need to get their ears learn again before making silly comment, the speaker already clarify from the beginning of this video ("it's NOT unusual for parents to consider their child the most beautiful but we introduce to you") due to some people racism; since the girl is NOT with blonde hair and light skin (but from Nigeria an African country) they forget the main purpose of this video and just into criticism. put hatred apart, and you will see well enough that the girl is exceptionally beautiful beside no one is talking about every girls as some claim, she was talking about this particular girl. learn to be a human and appreciate others as another human being like yourself
Ashley Forrest, you're right IT IS SICKENING AND WHITE PEOPLE MADE IT THAT WAY. DO YOUR RESEARCH. in the 1600s a white guy made those racial classifications for the purpose of WHITE SUPREMACY... THAT'S HOW YOU ARE ABLE TO HAVE WHAT YOU HAVE AND YOU WOULD NOT GIVE IT UP FOR ANYTHING... EVEN REPENTANCE AND ATONEMENT. WE NEVER GOT REPARATIONS FOR SLAVERY... WHICH STARTED OUT AS AN ECONOMIC ISSUE, THEN BECAME A RACIAL ISSUE FOR THE PURPOSE OF REMAINING AN ECONOMIC ISSUE.
Why does color has to with everything when it comes to white people if it was a little girl with blond air and blue eyes you would not receive any negative comments from white people it is so sickening
SHE IS THE MOST BEAUTIFUL SO ALL YOU HATERS DEAL WITH IT. WE'RE NOT TALKING ABOUT EVERYONE ELSE WE'RE TALKING ABOUT HER. YOU DON'T SAY THAT ABOUT THE WHITE GIRLS AND SHE BLOWS THEM RIGHT OUT OF THE WATER
She is not beautiful her parents just make her popular like other girls, I saw a lot of videos not just this, they are popular not because of their stunning beauty just because their parents published their photos. when I look in streets I see way more beautiful kids. not just those two the others on the other videos.
I'm Nigerian..not a hater.. but this is God's favor shining on her cause she is not the most beautiful kid not in the world not only Nigeria. that hair issa wig. n her eyes are filtered isn't it obvious!..so long their not not natural.. she's not.
Beautiful and gorgeous with sparkling eyes like stars wow, and her pout lips is amazing and lovely wow, wonderful and GLOWING skin, very great... Every girl is naturally beautiful and gorgeous too.
Love and peace always
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As educators, we know the crucial role played by the thousands of paraprofessionals, office workers, bus drivers, custodians and maintenance staff in our schools and/or Community Colleges. In fact, it would be difficult to imagine a school going for one day without ESPs.
When we talk about strengthening our schools, we need to strengthen everyone who works within them. Along with recruiting and retaining quality teachers, we must recruit and retain quality education support professionals. To do that, it certainly means providing decent wages and benefits to the people who spend their days making sure our students are safe, well fed and learning.