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Alicia Keys’ #NoMakeup Movement is Still Making Some People Uncomfortable

When Alicia Keys showed up to the MTV Video Music Awards Sunday night, she continued her #NoMakeup movement. The public praised Keys’ fresh-faced look when she announced the change in May. But in the upon seeing her at the VMAs, some couldn’t handle her natural beauty.

Instead of viewers focusing on the message Keys shared honoring the 53rd anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King’s “I Have a Dream” speech, they dragged her.

Dashawn D. thought the “In Common” singer needed to leave the stage because of the lack of makeup.

Seul suggested Keys remedy the look with some concealer.

Samara called for the #nomakeup movement to end since “we get the point now.”

Mahalia C. believed Keys did wear makeup and said the movement was “annoying and imaginary.”

The songwriter was compelled to address the criticism on Twitter. Evoking messages used in support of the Black Lives Matter movement, Keys said not wearing makeup didn’t mean she was against it.


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