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photo: Munroe Bergdorf in her now cancelled L'Oreal campaign

Last week, L'Oreal Paris UK fired transgender activist and model Munroe Bergdorf from its True Match campaign. Her crime? Speaking the truth about white supremacy and systemic racism, which according to the brand, is "at odds" with L'Oreal's values.

After widespread backlash and international boycotts, another face of L'Oreal Paris UK has quit the campaign in solidarity with Bergdorf.

This is Clara Amfo: Radio 1 DJ and model who was also cast in the L'Oreal Paris UK True Match campaign alongside Bergdorf.

Amfo spoke out about the unfair treatment of Bergdorf by the brand and told L'Oreal to get bent in a passionate Instagram post.

"Not even a week ago I was proud to announce that I was to be in the same campaign as Munroe. A trans woman of colour who [L'Oreal] hired to sell make up because of who she is," Amfo wrote.

"Who she is, a woman who wrote a nuanced post on institutional racism and white supremacy in relation to Charlottesville and how the foundations of those heinous ideals trickle in to every facet of our society."

"She has now been dropped from the campaign because L'Oreal feel that she is "at odds with our values," Clara wrote. "If she's not "worth it" anymore, I guess I'm not either."

She ended her post with #IStandWithMunroe, which has tens of thousands of results on both Instagram and Twitter.

Hell. YEAH. Clara forever!

As stars publicly distance themselves from the brand, L'Oreal Paris UK has yet to make any additional statements about the firing, Clara's quitting, or the looming brand boycott.

Meanwhile, Munroe — the first trans woman ever to front a campaign for L'Oreal — has been speaking out EVEN MORE about racism and the systems that allow white supremacy to flourish.

Her original Facebook post — which was deleted by Facebook for "violating community standards" — can be read in full here.

And it seems like neither Munroe nor Clara have any regrets about taking a public stand.

“I don’t regret what I said," Munroe told The Guardian. "I’m an activist. Being an activist means calling people out, not just saying what everyone else is saying and what everyone else wants to think and upholding the common consensus. L’Oréal knew that when they hired me.”

We've reached out for comment to L'Oreal, and will update this post if we hear anything back.