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Mixed Reactions to Model Sabah Koj Debut on Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show

November 11, 2018

South Sudan NEWS PORTAL (NEW YORK) – ‘Words can’t even describe how happy I am to have done my first ever @VictoriasSecret fashion show! I am beyond excited and over the moon right now! Dreams honestly and really do come true,’ she wrote on Instagram. The 19 year old model of South Sudanese heritage described the evening as ‘spectacular’ and ’emotional’.

Sabah, who moved to Australia at the age of eight after fleeing war-torn South Sudan, thanked several people including her friends and model managements. As she hit the end of the runway, she then did a dance called ‘shoki shoki’.

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Taking to Instagram she wrote:’ Downtown Angel.

Had to Shoki Shoki for my Africans one time!’

The Melbourne-based model has walked in shows for labels such as Giorgio Armani.


Mixed Reactions as South Sudan Model Sabah Koj Refelects on First Victorias Secret Fashion Show
Model behaviour! Backstage the models enjoyed a laugh before walking the runway. Pictured with Grace Bol (left) and Bella Hadid (right) Photo: Sabah Koj (Instagram)

Fan Reactions to the Clip:

Amin, Juba, South Sudan She looks great on the runway. Beauty comes in all shapes sizes and colors. She’s a dark chocolate beauty

Rose Wambui, Kenya She is beautiful. Love her skin.
NicoleUK, London, United Kingdom Sudanese women have such amazing cheekbones and skin tone. Nice to see models other than KenDULL and the Hadid sisters in all the articles all the time.
Maxima321, Saint Helier, Jersey No woman should aspire to walk in her underwear for the pleasure of men, no one.
fshiru, Mclean, United States South Sudan has been through hell and is still struggling at the bottom of the barrel. I hope the girls help bring awareness to the plight of their country.
MyBooty, United States These are such basic looking girls. Where are the real black beauties. Up until the late 1990s; the magazines and catwalks were full of them.


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