A twitter hashtag is waging a harsh colorism battle over the internet.

Club promotors in Columbus, Ohio were inspired by twitter hashtags “#teamlightskin” and “#teamdarkskin” and decided to create a party themed around skin tone differences. The flyer claims that the event is the “most anticipated party of the year” and will be held on January 21st, a few days after the Martin Luther King, Jr. national holiday.

The flier made its round over Twitter and Facebook yesterday under the hashtag #lightskinvsdarksin and has begun to recieve a national backlash.

Young Truph wrote, “This event might be the most popular failed event ever.”

“The media is telling us white is beautiful but naw we gotta add our own spin on it and degrade ourselves,” PoeticSongBird writes.

See the flyer for the event below and sound off! Do you believe that there should be a public event that divides female club-goers by skin color?

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  • Soulsearchin

    I know this is an old Topic, but I just came across it while searching mixed chick products. I can’t believe this Bullshit…. I really can’t. We wanna complain about white folks holding us back when we have topics like this. This is ignorant of all ignorance amongst ourselves.

    SHIT LIKE THIS MAKES ME WANT TO VOMIT!!!! Now I see what white folks mean….

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