City Girls' Yung Miami Criticized For Doubling Down On Homophobic Comments

Like many influential figures earlier than her, Yung Miami of rap duo City Girls is studying that the Internet by no means forgets. Earlier this 12 months, outdated tweets through which the rapper mentioned she thought Haitian individuals to be “black ugly and tacky” and declared that she doesn’t need her son to homosexual resurfaced. Unsurprisingly, Miami turned the topic of a substantial amount of backlash as many perceived her tweets to be offensive and homophobic.

Ultimately, the emcee issued an apology studying, “My deepest apologies and coronary heart goes out to those that have [read] that tweet and have been offended by that. The City Girls admire all of their help it doesn’t matter what their sexuality is.” She went on to say,  “The feedback I made about Haitians [were wrong] and [it was] immature to even let my opinion about a person particular person be my opinion about a whole tradition.”

In a current interview with The Breakfast Club, the emcee addressed the tweet through which she acknowledged, “Boy Oh Boy. If I Ever See Any Gay Shit In My Son Imma Beat That Bo So Baddd.” She clarified the reasoning behind it saying, “I didn’t tweet nothing about them [the LGBTQ community], I used to be simply speaking about my son. I simply mentioned that if I noticed something homosexual in my son, that I’d beat him.”

Her phrases appear to have enraged her critics additional and raised the query of whether or not the damaging publicity could influence the success City Girls’ album Girl Code which is set to drop this Friday. Have a take a look at a number of the tweets under and click on right here to look at her interview.