...and the dictionary is your source of what "real models are"Thank you all who replied. This reply isn't just to OPP and sourmilk it's to anyone of interest. Firstly, let's define what a model is. According to the dictionary a model is the following:
mod·el /ˈmɒdl/ Show Spelled [mod-l] Show IPA noun, adjective, verb, -eled, -el·ing or ( especially British ) -elled, -el·ling.
1. a person whose profession is posing for artists or photographers.
1. The key word is profession. A profession is someone's occupation (job) and primary income. Modeling is not Nya's profession. Stripping is.
2. To OPP...how dare you say 90% of models have scars? Negro stop lying. I don't know what kind of models you're talking about. Maybe you're talking about the hood chicks you see on Facebook and Twitter taking pics of their behinds with their cell phones or strippers you see posing in urban mags like Deelishes and Nya. But them posing in a magazine don't constitute them as models. They're strippers who pose in magazines 2-3 times UNPAID then go back to their day jobs.
Real models are Victoria Secret Models and Runway models like Tyra Banks used to be who make $100,000 a year + and they don't have body scars and keloids dude like Nya or Deelishes. They're practically physically flawless. So are most Body Part Models, Playboy models and Swimsuit models. But for some reason you're stuck on the black strippers who appear in urban mags who's bodies are all scarred up from hard living who call themselves models who messed up the urban game with their physical imperfections causing confusion to the term "urban model".
Real urban models are like Melyssa Ford who isn't scarred up. So was Ki Toy and Vida Guerra. Avonte Wright and Kia Samuel. Dude, there are so many legitimate flawless urban models it's ridiculous. Dude, stay off the urban stripping websites like woodnites entertainment where scarred up strippers who moonlight as "models" thrive.