The US-based singer and entreprenuer, took to her Instagram to share the stolen photos and blasted the OAP and warned her of legal actions if they continue stealing the photos of her product's success stories again.
According to exclusive and reliable information reaching KB, the hand photos do not belong to Whitencious and the owner of the hands did not use Whitencious to achieve the results. The hand photos allegedly belong to Rose Fualem CEO of WhitenUp Cosmetics who at the the time that the photos were taken was selling her product from home unbranded.
Rose's clients reportedly called her out for stealing her own hand photos from Whitencious after seeing the same photos on Whitencious' business page on Instagram. Rose sent one of the clients who happens to be a KB source the following screenshot.