Victoria's Secret models spark anger after singing racial slur

Victoria's Secret models spark anger after singing racial slur

Victoria's Secret models spark anger after singing racial slur

The emergence of the clip comes two months after a University of New Hampshire sorority was slammed online after a video showed members singing along to a Kanye West song, "Gold Digger", that uses the same racial epithet.

The 2017 Victoria's Secret Fashion Show seemed to go off without a hitch - with the exception of GiGi Hadid and Katy Perry being banned from China for alleged racist incidents. People found the footage - and the subsequent video of her emotional backstage breakdown - disrespectful, since the entire show was filmed twice to account for such mistakes. The model regularly posts behind the scenes videos on her YouTube channel.

Several Victoria's Secret models are under fire after footage of them dancing along with rapper Cardi B's Grammy nominated song "Bodak Yellow" surfaced.

But this moment appears to have been cut from Kloss' vlog. This year, the show was held in Shanghai, and the Angels made it about 24 hours before sparking a controversy.

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

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As far as the "Bodak Yellow" debacle, Cardi B retweeted a Twitter user who posted the video with the caption "All these bitches said n*****, too", but the rapper did not respond when Newsweek reached out for comment.

Fans know exactly what they said, and it's not OK.

In the video, you can see one model pause her singing during the verse that should be off-limits to white listeners given history.

It all changes with the slip of a slur. Social media users have pointed out that there are no black people in the room, so the word should not have been used.

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