Supple Magazine’s Sexiest Black Woman Alive Challenges Esquire’s Sex Symbols
Esquire’s celebrated Sexiest Woman Alive has defined the status quo of female sex symbols in entertainment for years without any critical objection to the selection process, because the chosen sexiest women have been based on the popular choice of millions of the readers and fans from a short list of nominees. But the selection of nominees who are always predominantly Caucasian sex symbols is warped by racial prejudice of the White controlled American news media. That is why most of their so called sexiest women alive in the world have been Caucasian bimbos with only few exceptions such as Halle Berry and Rihanna and this is what Supple magazine is challenging by naming Tracy Obonna, aka The Nigerian Bombshell as the Sexiest Black Woman Alive.
Tracy Obonna is hotter, prettier and sexier than Rihanna, 2011 Esquire’s Sexiest Woman Alive and 90 per cent of those on the list of FHM's 100 Sexiest Women in The World 2012. The American born Nigerian sex symbol is the epitome of beauty with brains whose amazing voluptuous body makes Rihanna and every other Esquire’s Sexiest Woman Alive look ordinary from head to toe, because Tracy Obonna, aka the Nigerian Bombshell is actually sexier than them all. And it is also necessary to correct the erroneous notion of the narrow-minded selection of Esquire over the years, because it is generally wrong to name any woman sexiest woman alive without any consideration for the most eligible women outside America, which is what American tabloids have been doing in discrimination and disregard of other exotic beautiful and voluptuous women who are not recognized by the narrow-minded American news media. The American news media wants to dictate trends to the rest of us, but this is unacceptable, because the rest of the world is different from America and not inferior to America. What is hot or not in America is different from what is hot or not in Africa, Asia, the Middle East, Australia and Europe.
~ Supple Magazine.
I agree with Supple’s point of view, because it is justified and long over due to dismiss the racial discrimination against non Caucasian sex symbols in the selection of the so called sexiest women or men in the world. The exclusion of Tracy Obonna from the nominees for Esquire’s Sexiest Woman Alive and FHM’s 100 Sexiest Women in the World is questionable to say the least or she is not popular enough. By the way, how can white women with flabby buttocks be sexier than the voluptuous "Bootylicious" Beyoncé Knowles, Tracy Obonna and other sexy non-Caucasian beauties in the world? Please, let’s be honest and stop the racist attitude of these racy American tabloids promoting the superior feel good factor of Caucasians and their ritzy lifestyles to the detriment of blacks, Hispanics, Asians and others!
In the anatomy of beauty and the sexuality of femininity when compared to the sexiest women of Esquire and FHM, Tracy is prettier and sexier than most of them, thus making nonsense of Esquire’s Sexiest Woman Alive and FHM’s hot list of 100 Sexiest Women in the World. But who is Tracy Obonna?
Tracy was born to Nigerian parents in Washington D.C.,USA. She has also lived in London and Lagos. When Tracy was six years old, her parents made the decision to move to Toronto, Canada. Growing up in Canada, Tracy grew a passion for the arts. She participated in numerous school plays and dance recitals. Somewhere in the midst of practicing ballet and tap moves, Tracy developed another passion for both watching and playing sports. In the the sixth grade, Tracy began playing volleyball very seriously…as a result of her hard work combined with dedication, she was able to receive a scholarship to play Division 1 volleyball for Youngstown State University in Ohio.Her sister Vanessa Obonna is also an exotic beauty queen and model.
Some of Tracy's most prestigious work include the following:
Nollywood Movie "X-Class" - 2012
Featured in Flava Girl Mag - Aug 2011
Heineken Ad Campaign/Commercial-2010
P Diddy's 4th of July Dancer in Atlantic City – July 2010
Featured Dancer-Ne-Yo's 30th Birthday Celebrity Party in NYC - Oct 2009
Dancer in Belly ft. Snoop Dogg music video "Hot Girl" – Sept 2009
Belly ft. Snoop Dogg "Hot Girl"
Masspike Miles ft. Rick Ross "Nasty"
Jim Jones and Ron Browz ft. Juelz Santana "Pop Champagne"
ELM Magazine…Featured Model-Issue # 5 (December 2011)
FLAVA GIRL Magazine…Summer 2011 (Featured Model)
GORGEOUS Magazine...Dec. 2009-Special Holiday/1208Models Issue (Featured Model)
TEARSHEET Magazine...Spring 2009 (Featured Model)
Chancellor Award in Academics and Athletics
2011 NPA Award - Best Nigerian Model of the Year
Tracy currently resides in Florida, where she is pursuing an MBA degree in International Businessand Finance.
Follow Tracy: www.twitter.com/TracyObonna
~ By Ekenyerengozi Michael Chima, Publisher/Editor of African Beauty and other blogs and author of Children of Heaven, Sleepless Night, Scarlet Tears of London, Bye, Bye Mugabe, In the House of Dogs and other books.