The conversation of white, as well as non-black people saying the n-word seems to never end.
Fashion models for one of the world's most famous lingerie brands have faced a furious barrage of criticism online after being caught singing along to a song that apparently contains a racial slur.
Another Twitter user noted: "Nah". As Teen Vogue shares, the clip has come under fire for what appears to be some models rapping the N-word.
The models were rapping along to'Bodak Yellow by Cardi B while backstage at the show
The problem? In a room almost devoid of black models, you can hear them clearly singing the word "nigga" in Cardi B's line: "I don't wanna choose/And I'm quick, cut a nigga off, so don't get comfortable". People found the footage - and the subsequent video of her emotional backstage breakdown - disrespectful, since the entire show was filmed twice to account for such mistakes. "Black people can use it as freely as they want". They all gotta go'.
Another Twitter user replied to a comment stating that the lyric was simply part of the song, saying, "If you are not black, don't say it". This was pointed out in a (since-deleted) tweet by The Fader, which noted that if "Bodak Yellow" won best rap song, Cardi would not.
At this time, the video is still live and none of the models involved have commented.
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