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But when they saw this Stacy Keibler looking young woman stroll onto their territory, tossing her hair as she walked,they automatically assumed she was entering the nail shop right next door, which is why they allowed her to pass them. The word “friend” or “homie” wouldn’t be appropriate for me to use, as it implies Gus and I being like- minded. He did this, not just as a greeting, rather, he wanted to flaunt something to us.IG: @Fuel4The BODY Twitter: @Ebrahim Aseem https:// A tall, Blonde, hazel eyed Aryan Beauty walked into my Black-owned, professionally-hood barber shop today, greeted by a cascade of compliments, as each patron’s brown eyes followed her from the very moment she got out of her car.She had successfully made it pass the dozen Brown Skinned Beauties standing outside of the barbershop, staring daggers at her.They can’t cook, clean, wash clothes, and have no intention to make a house or cater to a man.” “Black women always want to hit you with that “sista” attitude whenever you say something she disagrees with.