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Reginae Carter Claps Back At Hater Who Criticized Her Hair

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Reginae Carter blasted a follower who criticized her hair. Check out what happened and what Nae had to say to the hater.

Someone said: ‘It was “look like you need the same sh*t I need” for me 😂’ and another follower posted this message: ‘People leave nasty comments like celebrities aren’t human too. Then get offended and say the celebrity is “sensitive” or “in they feelings” lol ma’am. You just insulted her.’

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Someone else said: ‘Not me thinking the photo of the girl she talking to was finna be in the next slide . I must be messy 🤣’ and a follower posted this: ‘I hate how people come for someone and when they come back harder they hurt? 😂😂😂’

One commenter said: ‘It’s kinda scary when GROWN people get on an app and go on somebody’s page ( that they don’t know personally) … just to be negative.’

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Someone else said: ‘One thing about Reginae she gone clap tf back 😂😂😂’ and one other follower said: ‘Why y’all ain’t include the photo of the ladies hair we tryna see that too😭’

Another follower posted this: ‘It is sad black women always trying to tear down the next when we should be sticking together.’

In other news, Toya Johnson   gushed over Reginae Carter on her IG account and shared the following message. Check out her post below.

‘I love this itsreginaecarter😍😍 Swipe to see how @sterlingpics created this magic at @anrstudioatl. 💣’ Toya captioned her post.

It’s been revealed that Toya Johnson     shared an exciting post on her social media account. It’s about a movement that empowers and inspires multicultural girls and women all over the world.

‘”UNMASKED” A #Mielle Series is about empowering and inspiring multicultural girls and women around the world that they can be confident in their own skin. We are utilizing hair journeys, hair stories, real conversations through imagery to encourage multicultural girls that they should embrace their natural self, natural hair, and inner beauty,’ Toya began her post.

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