Cardi B Performs 'Bodak Yellow' at MOBO Awards


Specifically, they all gleefully chant the line "I don't wanna choose / And I'm quick, cut a n***** off, so don't get comfortable", which turns the video from a celebration of slim-bodied, high-production-value femininity into a cringe-worthy trainwreck.

It's unclear exactly which women are rapping in the video, since it pans around the room.

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. It is not clear if Ming or Devon sang along.

That began to gain traction on Twitter, with some claiming that Cardi used a ghostwriter for the song, and others noting that Kodak Black (real name: Dieuson Octave) is listed as a songwriter on the credits.

His outrage is shared, and some people have called for the models to be fired. But one thing is for sure - you can hear the word loud and clear in the room filled of predominantly white models.

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Editor Jasmyn Lawson added, "Welp @VictoriasSecret plz fire all of them for saying the n-word all carefree".

Another person agreed and tweeted: 'Oh!

Requests for comment made to Victoria's Secret, Cardi B and Kloss were not returned by publication time.

Cardi B's Grammy nominations are already hitting a sour note over accusations that she didn't write her chart-topping single "Bodak Yellow".

"Words don't have a meaning without context", Coates said at an event last month at Evanston Township High School in IL.