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Columbus Ohio–  Jigaboos vs Wannabes?

The flyer reads “Most Anticipated Party Of The Year” “Light Skin vs Dark Skin Party”. I’m not so sure this is the most anticipated party of the year but it does have the most controversial theme. Read why it sparked outrage and made national news.

It all started on twitter with #teamlightskin vs #teamdarkskin. Now club promoters have decided to make a party around it. The flyer reads “Most Anticipated Party Of The Year” “Light Skin vs Dark Skin Party”. I’m not so sure this is the most anticipated party of the year but it does have the most controversial theme. It seems like the Good Hair Bad Hair scene from the Spike Lee film “School Daze” is coming to life take a look and leave a comment below.

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