Duckie Thot is an Australian model often called Barbie Black Barbie. Owning a large number of fans, her image became a beautiful icon in the advertising campaigns of famous brands. To get such flashy things, few people know that in the past she had to go through many adversities to poor.
Break offers you the chance to learn more about this girl. Her experience proves the fact that all of us have a different story and that even attractive people with perfect looks have to fight for the right to be who they want to be.
Duckie Thot was born in South Sudan. She has dreamed of becoming a model ever since she was a child. The first step she made toward her goal was taking part in the popular project, Australia’s Next Top Model.
When Duckie got on the show, she was only 17 years old. She was criticized and misunderstood by the stylists who didn’t know how to take good care of her hair. And fans of the show didn’t really like her at first. They said she was unnatural and nobody believed that her unique appearance was a gift from nature, and not plastic surgery and Photoshop.
Her colleagues in the fashion industry also said bad things about her. They called her names that were really offensive.
Later, Duckie gave a detailed interview to Teen Vogue. She said that as a 17-year-old girl, she was hurt too many times and she knew she didn’t deserve any of that. It took her 2 years to find the energy and confidence to return to the fashion world.
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Duckie says that as soon as she started listening to her own voice, things started to get back to normal.
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Now, she supports black models and she is an advocate for variety in the fashion industry. She is sure that beauty can and should have many faces.
From her own experience, Duckie Thot knows that people will always continue to try to tell you what to do and how to look. But their words should not define who you really are. Dreams come true only when we listen to ourselves and are not afraid of showing the world who we really are.
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