Victoria's Secret models accused of racism over rapping video

Victoria's Secret models accused of racism over rapping video

Victoria's Secret models accused of racism over rapping video

After a drama filled fashion show, Victoria's Secret models likely thought they could breathe a sigh of relief until next year - well, not quite.

Kloss ended up revealing a little more than she bargained for, as viewers quickly noticed that models are seen singing lyrics from Cardi B's hit song, "Bodak Yellow".

Karlie Kloss fans pointed out while watching her backstage footage on YouTube that she had removed the clip of her fellow Angels rapping the N-word, though the footage popped up on Twitter from another source.

One woman even called for the models to be fired. Not all models in the clip are rapping. "Welp @VictoriasSecret plz fire all of them for saying the n-word all carefree", one user Tweeted.

Others were not offended.

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At this time, the video is still live and none of the models involved have commented.

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.

The lyric in question is "I don't wanna choose / And I'm quick cut a nigga off / So don't get comfortable".

In a now-deleted post, FADER magazine revealed that the rapper will not be getting the plaque if the song emerged victor of the Best Rap Song category; her writers will, including the rapper Kodak Black, whose flow from No Flockin she used for Bodak Yellow. The song by the Love & Hip-Hop star was certified triple-platinum last week. It now has over 341 million views on YouTube.

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