The rapper writes on Instagram, ‘I guess I have really effected life’s I can’t figure out another reason why anyone would take time out of their day to write paragraphs and bully someone about hair.’
AceShowbiz -Bhad Bhabie (real name Danielle Bregoli) has angered the black community when she debuted her new hairstyle on social media. People were not pleased because she decided to opt for braids when she isn’t black, and the rapper has made it clear that she isn’t here to hear the criticism.
Posting on Instagram a video of her lip-syncing to NBA YoungBoy’s (YoungBoy Never Broke Again) “Nurse”, she said in the caption, “I want to deeply apologized to everyone who’s life’s have seriously effected by the way I wear my hair and from the bottom of my heart I wanted to tell you to suck my d**k.”
She added, “And yes apparently I guess I have really effected life’s I can’t figure out another reason why anyone would take time out of their day to write paragraphs and bully someone about hair.” She then made fun of people who threatened to “pull em out” themselves if she didn’t want to do it, “Ya got my location I ain’t hiding.”
Bhabie naturally received more backlash after her last post, but that didn’t change her opinion in the slightest bit. In response to someone who said, “Ya not black,” the rapper wrote, “Do you tell Spanish girls and girls of other ethnicities that wear braids in their hair that too or only white girls?” One other told her, “You no your not black you mom and dad are both very white y are you trying to be a person that your not you should be your own person and don’t act black it looks very weird on you.”
The said person continued, “Trying to act like a different person that’s y a lot of people make fun of you.” Instead of replying to the user’s lengthy comment with another lengthy statement, Bhabie simply hit back, “Who am I tryna b ?” One other person reminded her that she’s “white bro…,” to which she answered, “I know.”
“You’re not black …stop appropriating black culture,” one other accused her, before Bhabie quickly defended herself by saying, “How am I appropriating anything? Correct me if I’m wrong but I thought for someone to b culturally appropriating something they had to have bashed it on some one of the cultural that created it and I know for a fact I’ve never did anything like that. I’ve always thought black girls with braids look pretty matter fact I think all girls with naturally dark colored hair look pretty with braids.”
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