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Camila Cabello has apologized for the racist language she used after posts from her social media resurfaced from her teenage years.
The pop singer took to Twitter yesterday and posted how “deeply ashamed” she is of her past behavior. She went on to say that she was “uneducated and ignorant.” Uhm, you think sis?
I’m sorry from the bottom of my heart. pic.twitter.com/iZrnUawUAb
— camila (@Camila_Cabello) December 18, 2019
Some of the posts included offensive stereotypes about black people like KFC and watermelons. Most of these posts included the n-word and made fun of not only black people but Asians and Mexicans.
Another racist post she reblogged pic.twitter.com/EppzifZnQm
— 🌉 || fan account (@motivatefenty) December 17, 2019
Camila isn’t the only artist whose past came back to haunt them. R&B singer Sabrina Claudio also had a racist past and she too apologized and blamed it on being young and dumb at the time.
Old tweets of the Cuban/Puerto Rican singer resurfaced last year of her tearing down black women and “Hispanic girls”.
Camila’s posts have since been deleted, but ya’ll know things never really disappear from the internet.