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#WCW: Ryan Destiny, a breath of fresh air

Readers Lounge By Gloria Nyang'iye

The strikingly beautiful Ryan Destiny is this week’s Woman Crush Wednesday. The Star actress has a captivating, calm aura and she has managed to keep it class and composed in an industry that is full of controversy.

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The 25-year-old actress and singer, with ‘…skin just like pearls’, is like a breath of fresh air for the current generation of young people. Her fashion sense is epic, nostalgic, reminiscent of the late ’90s and early 2000s. That was an era of simpler fashion and more decency as compared to most fashion trends today.

Ryan is certainly a positive role model for young Black girls who aspire to be strong and successful. This is why she is this week’s Woman Crush Wednesday.

Her first TV debut was in 2010 when she played the role of a customer in 'The Wannabes Starring Savvy'
Ryan isn't the only singer in her family, her father is a member of 'Guesss', a 90s R&B group
Her fashion sense is reminiscent of the late ’90s and early 2000s
Some black women Ryan looked up to growing up were Beyonce, Brandy and Lauryn Hill
Ryan is a positive role model for young black girls who aspire to be strong and successful
The 'Star' actress has a captivating, calm aura to her
At the age of 12, Ryan formed a singing group, 'New Limit' which made it to the Third round of America's Got Talent

(Images: Instagram – @ryandestiny)

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