Caucasian Woman Trying To Transform Into A Black Woman

Martina BIG
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These are excerpts and comments taken from a post of Martina BIG Facebook like page.

I have great news I have great news
I had done the next step in my transformation to a black woman
Yesterday I was with an African hairdresser and got a hair extension with curly, African hair
To become more and more a black woman, that is such a wonderful feeling  I’m so happy
Next, I’ll have consultations for the butt enlargement and for the African facial features.
How do you like my new look? – fantastisch.

Martina BIG In my soul I’m a black woman  This is more important than the DNA!

Martina BIG Tyjina Bates I have now BLACK hair !!! I’m not longer blonde! And I love my black african hair

Martina BIG Yes, I will continue my transformation in a black woman



Look at this shit here. She straight up looks like she came fresh from a “Ripley’s Believe It Or Not” episode LMAO ! With those fake big ass balloon titties and fake full lips. This Cave female beast will never be a Black woman, she can use all the melanin injections she want, get a butt enlargement, and continue to get all the plastic surgery in the world to look like a Afrikan woman, you will never be a natural Black woman.

LOL ! Then she has the nerves to say she’s a “Black woman in her soul” no Bitch you don’t have a soul. Because Non-Afrikans don’t have a soul as they continue demonstrated this behavior on a daily basis, because it’s naturally who they’re “Soulless beings.” Yet in one of the earlier videos in a interview, that I will post below. She contradicts herself by saying she’s not trying to change her race. So now we know that she’s a liar too, which is typical and natural of “Non-Afrikan Mutants” being liars and deceivers which is one of the reasons among many reasons they’re so dangerous and need to be exterminate off this earth. Expeditiously ! The sad part about is that you have Black folks who have a “Negro mentality” agreeing with and defending this “Cave female Artificial Human Parasite Thing” on her Facebook page and post. That’s shameful on so many levels !

“In reality, there is no such thing as white people supporting Black culture and Divinity. A parasite needs a host. To support Black Culture and Divinity means to support Divine Order. Divine Order is comprised of Divine Law/Love and Divine Hate – Expansive and Contractive Poles. Divine Hate means the extermination of all cancerous cells, spirits of disorder. If they support Black culture and Divinity, that means they would immediately eradicate their entire population. None of them seek to do so, so they do not support Black culture and Divinity. They seek to perpetuate their own existence – meaning the cancerous cells seek to perpetuate their existence in the body which by nature is disorder. All of them are cancerous, without exception. Those who pretend to embrace Black culture and Divinity are the most insidious.”~Kwesi Akhan (June 23, 2017) (Tanning Addict Barbie Wants To Be ‘Crispy Brown’, Published on Apr 12, 2017) (The Barbie Wannabe Addicted to Tanning and Desperate to Get Darker | This Morning, Published on Apr 13, 2017) (Martina Big, femeia cu cel mai mare bust din Europa!, Published on Jun 12, 2017)

My First Two Names Are of West Afrikan Origins Given To Me By My Maternal Grandmother

Updated Post: December 18, 2018


A Negro female made a ignorant comment about my name earlier last week on someone else Facebook post. I didn’t respond to her further comments and eventually just block her. However she thought my name was fake and wasn’t an Afrikan name. However though both of my names are my given names by my late “maternal grandmother” and are West Afrikan in origin. The unfortunate thing is that my “maternal grandmother” I don’t think she knew this, because my mother would have told me this. But she wrote out my first name Kolonta and another name, but my mother selected “Kolonta pronounced Ko-lon-ta”, because she liked that name better and I’m glad she did, because I like it as well and it suits me so well. People all my life since I have been old enough to remember have compliment me about my first name and have ask me what my first name means and I couldn’t tell them, because I didn’t know until years later I was doing a “goggle search” online one night on my first name and I came across a site indicating my name meant something in the West Afrikan country known as Liberia, but the meaning escapes me now, because this was years ago. But it had something to do with regarding trees or a bush of some sort. But also sometime later I was told by this guy I use to talk too who was Yoruba that it means somethings in Yoruba.

In Yoruba, a word can mean 5 or more things, it depends on how you pronounce it.

Kolonta~ she has no sales
Kolonta~she didn’t go out
Kolonta~ no wares to sell
Kolonta~ kolonta’ no bullet
Kolonta~carry to sell

* Ko-lon-ta (Kolonta) is pronounced in Yoruba just like I pronounce it and how my late maternal grandmother who name me pronounced it as well; and how it should be pronounced correctly. Which consist of three syllables Ko-lon-ta (Kolonta) but it is spelled differently in Yoruba though.

My middle name Uvae is a Edo name

My now ex-fiancé shared with me back in 2014 I believe the year was, that his father knew someone who has the same name as my middle name “Uvae” and that it is spelled the same exact way and that it’s a Edo name, and that this name can be found among the Edo people in Edo State, Benin, Nigeria, and that my name “Uvae” means something of the nature as a Chief title. However I never got around again to ask my ex-fiancé or his father if my middle name Uvae means anything else. But I will do an update post at a later time, when I do find out further information on my middle name and first name. However I found it a privilege and honor and I was personally touch spiritually by the fact what he told me, and the fact that I have two West Afrikan names, which surely says to me that the Afrikan ancestresses and ancestors were nothing more than guiding “my maternal grandmother” as she wrote both of those names down, and that further more has me thinking possibly my ancestresses may be from the ethnic groups of the Edo or Yoruba people. Considering my maternal grandmother did not know what these names meant prior to naming me them as I pointed out earlier on regarding my first name Kolonta. Not to mention my first two names are very becoming of my personality, so that speaks volumes within itself and further confirming to me that I was suppose to have those names. I just wish my grandmother lived long enough for me to tell her this beautiful story about the names she gave me. Ase’ !


The Edo people reside mostly in Edo State, Benin, Nigeria.

The Yoruba people reside mostly in the Southwestern part of Nigeria. (My Yoruba Occurrences & Experiences)

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