Victoria's Secret models slammed for using n-word at show

Victoria's Secret models slammed for using n-word at show

Victoria's Secret models slammed for using n-word at show

The bit that provoked the public outrage was one verse of the song, "I don't wanna choose and I'm quick to cut a ni**er off", or rather the fact that the models uttered aloud the racial slur it contains.

The clip is believed to have come from one of Kloss's video blogs posted on her YouTube channel where it is shown at around three minutes in - though the part where the N-word is sung is not included.

It's unclear which women are singing in the video.

In fact, as many people highlighted in the comments of PopCrave's original post, it looks like model Devon Windsor did just that, keeping her mouth closed during the line that numerous other women allegedly said out loud.

As far as the "Bodak Yellow" debacle, Cardi B retweeted a Twitter user who posted the video with the caption "All these bitches said n*****, too", but the rapper did not respond when Newsweek reached out for comment. Social media users have pointed out that there are no black people in the room, so the word should not have been used. Point. Blank. Period, ' another person tweeted. But one thing is for sure - you can hear the word loud and clear in the room filled of predominantly white models.

The models were rapping along to'Bodak Yellow by Cardi B while backstage at the show
The models were rapping along to'Bodak Yellow by Cardi B while backstage at the show

'Welp @victoriassecret plz (sic) fire all of them for saying the n-word all carefree'.

Victoria's Secret has not commented about the video.

Cardi B is fighting off criticism caused by a viral video which shows her flaunting her boobs.

"Words don't have a meaning without context", Coates said at an event last month at Evanston Township High School in IL.

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