Victoria's Secret models captured singing racist slur backstage in Twitter video

Victoria's Secret models captured singing racist slur backstage in Twitter video

While that lyric seemed to have been edited out of the original YouTube video, an unedited clip of the models singing surfaced online. The short clip shows several models who appear to be White, rapping, "I don't wanna choose/And I'm quick, cut a nigga off, so don't comfortable". The footage, although inconspicuous, was slammed after people heard many non-black models seemingly rapping the n-word along with the song's lyrics.

Others however questioned whether condemning the models borders on hypocrisy, or if all of the models actually uttered the slur aloud.

The annual Victoria's Secret Fashion Show took place in Shanghai and was aired on Tuesday.

Editor Jasmyn Lawson added, "Welp @VictoriasSecret plz fire all of them for saying the n-word all carefree". "Because to be black is to walk through the world and watch people doing things that you can not do".

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'The safe one is @DevWindsor, ' the woman tweeted alongside a photo of the blonde model standing still as her colleagues dance around her.

Victoria's Secret has not publicly commented on the video. "If you're not black, don't say it. End of discussion".

Cardi B retweeted a Twitter user's video of the models singing on her timeline.

"Some people love me and a lot don't", she admitted, "So it's's got to be good". The song has turned into a cultural sensation well beyond hip-hop. "There's a lot to be learned from refraining".

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