CHICAGO, IL – Chicago Cubs fans are concerned with the drastically lightened skin of Sammy Sosa.
The former Cubs slugger has been off the team since 2007, and decided this year to officially retired from Major League Baseball. Sosa was born in the Dominican Republic but played for American teams since 1989.
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However, recently he was photographed on the red carpet with his wife at Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino in Las Vegas. His skin appeared to be drastically lighter!
A former Cubs employee, Rebecca Polihronis, has spoken out, explaining that he is undergoing a skin cleansing process. “He has always been concerned with the way he looks,” she said.
“He is going through a rejuvenation process for his skin,” Polihronis continued. “Women have it all of the time. He was surprised he came out looking so white. I thought it was a body double. Part of (the photo appearance) is just the lighting.”
Michael Jackson also went through questions of skin bleaching, but Jackson consistently denied such claims, saying he suffered from both vitiligo and lupus.
11 thoughts on “SAMMY SOSA BLEACHED SKIN”
this is the most violent form of self-hatre.
dude looks like the ghost formally known as sammy sosa.
I know of a couple people with dark skin and have lupus. They have light spots all over, but not completly white. Maybe he has Michael Jackson syndrome?
Aw, give a guy a break, he's just trying to pass.
must be embarassed to be hispanic/black
must be just stupid to want to look like nordic white.
he look retarded
his new skin is blotchy… clear signs of bleaching.
This kind of thing takes time, you don't just wake up one day and say OOOPS, maybe I used too much (or bad stuff)!
He looked better before
you look awful.you looked better with your birth colour.
once your ugly you stay ugly, white ,black or green, YOU UGLY!!!!
There is nothing wrong with less fair skin. As long as one's skin looks healthy enough, there is no need to exert effort in improving it since there is no improvement needed at all.