I have no idea who this person is or what she's famous for, but I have seen a number of stories where people have been taken to task for affecting a "blackface" look and this is the most recent example. To me this is an utter non-issue. Back in the day there was some validity to stereotypical depictions of blacks using this technique. But it seems to me that we're so far removed from that intent that there shouldn't be any recrimination over artificially darkening one's skin. It's art. It's expression. Isn't it time we stopped seeing it as a form of intolerance?