Lines of Indonesian players who are often mistaken for Half-Blood Caucasians

Lines of Indonesian players who are often mistaken for Half-Blood Caucasians

It’s no secret that mulatto artists can be easily found on Indonesian screens and on social media. In fact, it would be easy for netizens to distinguish between mulatto and native Indonesian artists. Starting from appearance to clothing style.

Different from the usual, some of the Indonesian artists below who are often mistaken for half-breeds are actually Indonesian, you know. From Jessica Iskandar to Vanesha Prescilla, check out her style below.

1. Aurelie Hermansyah is often mistaken for a half-blood because of her appearance in style foreign countries with particularly thick lips.

Style Lines of Indonesian Musicians Who Are Often Mistaken for Half-Blood Caucasiansinstagram.com/aurelie.hermansyah

2. Good style and chic Caucasian, it appears that Beby Tsabina is of Acehnese origin, you know!

Style Lines of Indonesian Musicians Who Are Often Mistaken for Half-Blood Caucasiansinstagram.com/bebytsabina

3. He often has a good style abroad, in fact Nia Ramadhani’s parents are of Indonesian origin.

Style Lines of Indonesian Musicians Who Are Often Mistaken for Half-Blood Caucasiansinstagram.com/ramadhaniabakrie

4. Seeing how different clothes are worn on social media, not many people know that Jessica Iskandar is not half-blood, she is a native of Indonesia.

Style Lines of Indonesian Musicians Who Are Often Mistaken for Half-Blood Caucasiansinstagram.com/inejedar

5. Often appearing on the small screen since childhood, Nikita Willy who has a charming face is a descendant of Minang.

Style Lines of Indonesian Musicians Who Are Often Mistaken for Half-Blood Caucasiansinstagram.com/nikitawillyofficial94

6. The coolness of a modern child, Marsha Aruan is an artist of Batak descent.

Style Lines of Indonesian Musicians Who Are Often Mistaken for Half-Blood Caucasiansinstagram.com/aruanmarsha

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