Miss USA Deshauna Barber lets everyone know that she got love for her S-G-Rho, in a video that Barber shared on her Instagram page.
In early October, Barber told People magazine that she is speaking out against the stereotypes that she and others encounter in the field of pageantry. The black university grad said that everyone is unique and individual. “In pageantry, there are the stereotypes that women are airheads or that they’re not educated.”
“By winning the Miss USA pageant, I was really able to show that a lot of women have so many backgrounds. We’re all so very unique and diverse so I’m so excited that I’m able to represent that, especially as a woman in the military,” Barber added.
Barber was initiated into the Alpha Zeta Chapter of Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc. at Virginia State University in 2009, and currently serves as a commander in the U.S. Army, among other things.
Watch the video below.