Is Saweetie a racist? Rapper slams troll who referred to her as a “colorist” in an old video.
Saweetie was dragged by a Twitter user, who she sought to confront after being blocked by the same.
An old video of Saweetie giggling at harsh comments while chatting with rapper and record producer Too $hort resurfaced on the Internet, causing a flurry of activity. As social media users got into a heated dispute, the ‘Tap In’ hitmaker quickly became a hot topic. The female emcee, on the other hand, chose to speak up and demanded that the entire film be made public.
Saweetie was dragged by a Twitter user, who she decided to call out when the latter blocked her. The award-winning entertainer received backlash after laughing at Too $hort’s remarks towards biracial and multiracial folks. Too $hort remarked in an old live-stream video that he hasn’t fallen in love with a lady who isn’t mixed, and that mixed children are beautiful regardless of their parents’ appearance. Saweetie was caught on camera smiling at the comments, which instantly went viral. Later in the video, she informs Too Short that Black women are “beautiful on their own,” and that they don’t need to be mixed with anyone else.
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