Jacky Vike aka Awinja opens up about her insecurities surrounding Her Jawline

Papa Shirandula Actress, Jacky Vike is an absolute angel. she’s gorgeous there’s no denying that but her recent Instagram post just shows that no matter who we are or what we do, we can all feel insecure in ourselves.

The actress has opened up about how she used to feel insecure about her her wide jawline for being more masculine than feminine. Jacky Vike got attacked so much about it that when someone would tell her she has a beautiful jawline she wouldn’t believe it and would think they were lying, but has recently started to embrace it.

 

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#BlackOnBlack Leather 🖤 dressed by @vostilook

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Taking to Instagram, Jacky shared a close up photo showing her jaw and said:

“So wacheni niwapatie ka story, You would never have seen a close up picture of myself because I was always told ‘Ukona JAWS MBAYA! JAWS ZA WABABA, JAWS ZINAKAA MBAO IMECHONGWA , JAWS ZA KANYE WEST, JAWS ZA MTU HAJAKULA MIEZI KADHAA, JAWS UGLY!!! Etc etc…

I would only show a close up on video since I knew how to maneuver and hide them, I would always have long braids/wigs to hide, some make up artist used to tell me “you have a beautiful jawline”

 

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I used to ignore because I thought ni chocha tu to make me feel good, but I later realised this is something I cannot change, and therefore I chose to Embrace them, by donning short hair or show them more, clearly people may make you hate some part of yourself so you grow up knowing, your forehead is ugly or Arms or legs etc,

 

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what I can say is, DO NOT ALLOW! Those comments to get to you because they will be affecting you as you carry them, so here Iam accepting each and every “Flaw” Pole pole”

 

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So wacheni niwapatie ka story, You would never have seen a close up picture of myself because I was always told ‘Ukona JAWS MBAYA! JAWS ZA WABABA, JAWS ZINAKAA MBAO IMECHONGWA , JAWS ZA KANYE WEST, JAWS ZA MTU HAJAKULA MIEZI KADHAA, JAWS UGLY!!! Etc etc… 😳I would only show a close up on video since I knew how to maneuver and hide them, I would always have long braids/wigs to hide, some make up artist used to tell me “you have a beautiful jawline” I used to ignore because I thought ni chocha tu to make me feel good, but I later realised this is something I cannot change, and therefore I chose to Embrace them, by donning short hair or show them more, clearly people may make you hate some part of yourself so you grow up knowing, your forehead is ugly or Arms or legs etc, what I can say is, DO NOT ALLOW! Those comments to get to you because they will be affecting you as you carry them, so here Iam accepting each and every “Flaw” Pole pole❤️ #wcw

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Many of her fans replied to her on the post, saying that she’s beautiful no matter what.

One wrote, “You are fearfully and wonderfully made” while another said, “When they told you it was a weakness when the whole damn time it was your strength. .”

 

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Always remember, do not Live to Please 😘

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Jacky Vike has increasingly become more open to showing off her au-naturel self.

Her recent  pictures received tonnes of praise and compliments for showing her beautiful skin and beautiful jawline:

 

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It was a Matchy Matchy Kinda day😊

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Ready for that Cocktail 🍹, hapa jua inapotea saa mbili usiku 🙄🤣

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