WATCH! Victoria’s Secret Models Slammed For Singing The N-Word Backstage (Video)

Some people are not happy with some Victoria’s Secret models after seeing a backstage video from the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show. The video, posted to Twitter on Tuesday by PopCrave, showed a room full of models dancing and singing to Cardi B’s “Bodak Yellow” — including, allegedly, the lyric that contains the N-word.

A group of Victoria’s Secret models have sparked a backlash after apparently using the N-word while singing along to rapper Cardi B’s song “Bodak Yellow”.

A video posted to Twitter showed several models singing and dancing backstage at the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show in Shanghai.

The models sing along to the lyric: “I don’t wanna choose / And I’m quick, cut a ni*** hustle / Don’t get comfortable.”

It’s unclear exactly which women are rapping in the clip, which was posted on Twitter by the Pop Crave account on Tuesday.

As writer Mikelle Street pointed out on Twitter, most of the models in the video are not black. “Nah. That n-word was too loud and clear for there only to be one black girl in this room,” he wrote.
“Welp @VictoriasSecret plz fire all of them for saying the n-word all carefree,” wrote Jasmyn Sampson, the culture editor at GIPHY.

“If you’re not black, don’t say the N-word,” wrote another user. “Point. Black. Period.”

I’m not offended. I’m only offended when a culture that uses “the n word” on a minute to minute basis gets offended that a person who has skin that doesn’t match their skin says the same word. I find that offensive because that’s censorship based on race.

Alex D.

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