Bliss, the new powerpuff girl gets real comments on Instagram as a sign of support

There is a new powerpuff girl around, and she is planning on staying, a sign of that is the many support messages, post and real comments on Instagram she has received since her official presentation.

Everyone know the famous powerpuff girls Blossom, Bubbles and Buttercup, but until now no one knew they weren’t the only girls with super powers created by professor Utonium. Recently, Cartoon Network has presented the new powerpuff girl, Bliss, with an even more attractive name than her little sisters, and a special feature that has made her very famous and got the support of the whole Afro-American culture, which made her get lot of real comments on Instagram in just a few hours. She’s a black powerpuff girl.

Fastly, the social media has become filled with images of Afro-American girls imitating their new favorite powerpuff girls, thanks to make-up and hair dye.

Amarie Protector is one of these girls who went viral with her post, getting hundreds of real Instagram comments. It’s not the first time Amarie turned into some of her favorite characters, but this last time has become news, not only because of the likes and because they get real comments, also because some haters turned up.

But despite that, Amarie got, along with others, lots of real comments of support. Another example is Haylee Anise, although she didn’t get to the number of real comments Amarie did get, due to a lack of descriptions and hashtags.

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These young instagrammers looked for a way to show their happiness when this new hero came out to the open, seeking equality. Unfortunately, racist haters started leaving real comments on their Instagram full of hate and rejection.

Although bit by bit changes are made in the television and movie industry, substituting the typical white girl for other races, still some members of society reject these changes. But, thankfully, people get real Instagram comments are happy ones.


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