In an era where Hollywood celebrities and social media stars grace endless magazine covers, it’s nice to see an actual supermodel on a cover. Jessica White has been doing her thing in the fashion industry for years and she is now serving full face on the cover of the latest issue of Sheen magazine.
Her radiant chocolate skin on full display surrounded by a head full of voluminous, wild curls, Jessica White is quite the stunning figure on the cover of the January 2017 issue of Sheen magazine. In the “Power of Beauty” issue, she gets candid about her ideas on feminism, her new name change and how she believes men should be treated.
Via Sheen Magazine:
In the glossy issue, gorgeous ‘wanderer’ Jessica “Jypsy” White reveals what’s in a name, as she discusses the spiritual reference to her new name, recognizing good energy, domination, submission—and simply put, letting a man be a man.
[Jessica White]: “I’m only a feminist from my want for a man to be a man. I want to be submissive to a man that has a mission. I’m not trying to do a man’s job…I believe if you want to be the man of the house, be that. I just know I won’t be the woman sitting at home. I want to come to set, do what I have to do, then come home, cook, put the kids down and get my ass back on the red carpet.”
In addition to the bohemian-influenced cover look, Jessica White turns up the heat in a sexy inside photo that highlights her supermodel figure and genetically-blessed good looks. Also in the issue are interviews with actress Keesha Sharp of FOX’s Lethal Weapon, actor Morocco Omari who plays Terrence Howard’s long-lost brother on Empire and gospel singer and actress Tamela Mann. You can pick up the January issue of Sheen magazine on newsstands January 3rd.
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