Bhad Bhabie Responds to Blackfishing Accusations
Written by B87FM on April 6, 2020
Bhad Bhabie is beneath hearth as soon as once more.
The rapper is stirring extra controversy for a video she posted of herself the place her pores and skin seems darker. The 17-year-old, whose actual identify is Danielle Bregoli, could be seen sporting a protracted black wig whereas staring into the digicam.
However her new look was met with a number of criticism. Social media referred to as her out for “blackfishing,” the act of darkening one’s pores and skin with a view to look black.
“The blackformation is nearly full,” wrote one Instagram commenter, whereas one other added, “How is that this not blackface?”
Y’all let this bitch go too far. Y’all made every little thing that she did a joke and NOW LOOK?? THIS BITCH BHAD BHABIE OUT HERE CHANGING HER RACE AND SHIT THINKING SHIT COOL-
— HoneyBriii (@FentyxBri) April 6, 2020
The truth that individuals actually placing coronary heart eyes on bhad bhabie shit is gloomy. Y’all are so blind like this woman has been transitioning to be black for years and everyone all the time needed to say “it’s simply hair it’s not that severe” now look she made yo dumbass assume she was black pic.twitter.com/2cM5LMoIoS
— DJ (@saucyjayy22) April 6, 2020
Y’all gave Bhad Bhabie clout and let her assume she’s welcome ♂️ I blame y’all. Ought to’ve left her on Dr.Phill
— JayDaOtter (@RikoDaGod) April 6, 2020
Following the rising backlash, she responded by reposting feedback in her protection on her Instagram Story. She didn’t appear to thoughts the eye, whether or not good or dangerous. “Aww I’m tending,” she wrote. “Thanks.”
She later defended her look by saying it was completed for a photograph shoot and that individuals shouldn’t be involved when there are extra essential points at hand.
“Thousands and thousands of individuals sick, 1000’s dying every single day and y’all anxious about me getting make up completed for a photoshoot?” she requested. “I’m normally the wild one however y’all want to sit back and deal with what’s essential proper now.”