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This is a career which is rife with disappointments and rejections, and you sort of have to come to terms with that early on if you're going to survive emotionally.
After dabbling with acting "as a hobby," she pursued it as a career, and in 1981 appeared in several episodes of Hill Street Blues.
Two years later she had a supporting role in the quickly-canceled carny adventure show The Rousters.
The next season she played a past-her-prime model on Lloyd Bridges's short-lived prime time soap opera Paper Dolls.
One particularly disgusting person (who also tweets non-stop about how rainbows are "for God, not gay people) wrote: "If she was lighter, she’d be fire."Though Mbah later told Buzzfeed she "wasn’t surprised" when she received that tweet — it’s certainly nothing new for women of color to be shamed for their skin tone — she decided to fire back with the best response."No thanks, I wouldn’t trade my skin color for the world! "Still [fire] tho,"Mbah's reply resonated with a lot of people: It received nearly 58,000 likes, and was retweeted more than 21,000 times, nearly all of which celebrated the dark-skinned beauty’s classy clap-back and undeniable beauty.
Speaking to Buzzfeed News, Mimi Mbah said she felt compelled to reply to the troll's comment to show others that "colorism is still real." She added: "It’s happened to me before and I think almost every dark skin girl can say the same too….