Cardi B Confirms Release Date For Hotly-Anticipated Debut Album

Posted December 01, 2017

Add this to the list of multiple crises and problems surrounding the 2017 Victoria's Secret Fashion Show.

Kloss appeared to have edited out the section of the video that shows her fellow models uttering the N-word when she uploaded it to Youtube.

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.

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His outrage is shared, and some people have called for the models to be fired. Not all models in the clip are rapping.

"There are too many nonblack people in this video for the N word to be that loud", one Twitter user wrote.

At this time, the video is still live and none of the models involved have commented.

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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.

The video went viral after Twitter user PopCrave posted the snippet of Kloss' video.

Cardi, who recently performed at the MOBO Awards 2017, revealed that there is a specific date by which she has to release the album, before confirming when the record will drop. Additionally, it is the longest running No. 1 track in Billboard's Hot 100 history from a solo female rapper. Other big winners included Stormzy (Best Male Act, Best Grime Act, and Best Album for Gang Signs & Prayer), Giggs (Best Hip Hop Act), and Craig David (Best R&B/Soul Act).

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