Victoria's Secret Models Under Fire After Singing N-Word Backstage

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People are not happy with some Victoria's Secret models after seeing a backstage video from the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show.

But it starts by showing model Karlie Kloss for a few seconds; it's unclear if she rapped in the video. One in particular shows a batch of supermodels singing Cardi B's chart-topping hit, "Bodak Yellow".

The clip was posted by a Twitter account called Pop Crave on Tuesday, with many social media users slamming the models and condemning their use of the word. "That n-word was too loud and clear for there only to be one black girl in this room".

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'If you're not black, don't say the N word. As Teen Vogue shares, the clip has come under fire for what appears to be some models rapping the N-word.

Others were not offended.

Another Twitter user replied to a comment stating that the lyric was simply part of the song, saying, "If you are not black, don't say it".

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

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

"Bodak Yellow" was recently nominated for two Grammy awards. Additionally, it is the longest running No. 1 track in Billboard's Hot 100 history from a solo female rapper. It proves the point author Ta-Nehisi Coates makes in his now-viral speech about white hip-hop fans and the n-word.

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