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Bhad Bhabie Compares Herself To Tarzan In Response To Racist Accusations

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Bhad Bhabie Says She Maybe Trying To Be Black Because She Grew Up In The Hood 

Bhad Bhabie Says She May Be Trying To Be Black Because She Grew Up In The Hood

About a week ago, controversial teenage rapper Bhad Bhabie, went viral after she shared videos on her instagram page that portray her as a melanin which she’s not. And fans started accusing her of getting surgery to look Black.

Bhabie is seen in the clips wearing a black wig and a foundation shade that is far too dark for her skin. The 17 year old also puckered her lips and showed off some fresh fillers.




Millions of people sick, thousands dying every day and y’all worried about me getting make up done for a photoshoot?” asked Bhabie in response to the Blackfishing accusations.

 

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In Bhabie’s latest rant on instagram, she compares her situation to that of Tarzan, the fictional character who was raised in the jungle by animals despite the fact that he was a human boy. “To see people wanna judge me off a picture, under a fucking light, that made me look a little bit darker. Then try to slander my name and make me seem like a racist person,” she begins.




“I am not racist at all, and any fucking video of me saying the n-word, I was saying it in a fucking song, I was fucking thirteen, and where I grew up in Florida, we all said that shit.”

Bhad Bhabie Says She Maybe Trying To Be Black Because She Grew Up In The Hood

She continues, “At the end of the day we’re all people, we all bleed red…And then another thing I like to say is, y’all say that I’m tryna be black. Maybe a reason for me [tryna be black] is because I grew up in the hood. Tarzan…the story of Tarzan. He grew up around the bears in the jungle. He didn’t know no better!”

“That’s all he knows! When someone grows up in a certain area or a certain place, they’re a part of their environment. They only know what’s been around, what’s been taught to them,” Bhabie added.




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