FELA KUTI's Daughter Shows Off Her New Look . . . Appears To Have BLEACHED SKIN!!

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Afro beats legend Fela Kuti's daughter Motunrayo Anikulapo-Kuti is very active on social media. She has THOUSANDS of fans all over the world. Well recently she showed off a new look. And she seems to have altered her complexion - with some type of SKIN BLEACH.

Here's what Fela's daughter used to look like:

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But recent pics have her looking MUCH MUCH lighter. Many people online are suggesting that she used "cake soap" to strip the melanin from her skin. This form of skin bleaching is prevalent in countries in Africa and the Caribbean.

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Fela Anikulapo Kuti (15 October 1938 – 2 August 1997), also professionally known as Fela Kuti, or simply Fela, was a Nigerian multi-instrumentalist, musician, composer, pioneer of the Afrobeat music genre, human rights activist, and political maverick. He has been called "superstar, singer, musician, Panafricanist, polygamist, mystic, legend." During the height of his popularity, he was often hailed as one of Africa's most "challenging and charismatic music performers."

The musical style of Felá is called Afrobeat, a style he largely created, which is a complex fusion of jazz, funk, Ghanaian/Nigerian highlife, psychedelic rock and traditional West African chants and rhythms. Afrobeat also borrows heavily from the native "tinker pan". The importance of the input of Tony Allen (Fela's drummer of twenty years) in the creation of Afrobeat cannot be overstated. Fela once famously stated that "without Tony Allen, there would be no Afrobeat".

On 3 August 1997, Olikoye Ransome-Kuti, already a prominent AIDS activist and former Minister of Health, announced his younger brother's death a day earlier from complications related to AIDS. However, there has been no definitive proof that Kuti died from complications related to HIV/AIDS, and much skepticism surrounds this alleged cause of death and the sources that have popularized this claim.