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Gwen Vasquez
December 1, 2017

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.

From the video, it's unclear exactly which models said the word and which didn't.

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.

The clip posted by Pop Crave begins with model Ming Xi taking a selfie with a backstage worker before cutting to footage of Devon Windsor dancing with other models as Bodak Yellow is sung. The footage, although inconspicuous, was slammed after people heard many non-black models seemingly rapping the n-word along with the song's lyrics. Cardi B did not respond to the video but did retweet one person who wrote, "All these bitches said nigga, too".

Another Twitter user noted: "Nah". "There's barely a handful of black Victoria's Secret models there, but there were about 20 voices saying the N-word", tweeted another.

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His outrage is shared, and some people have called for the models to be fired.

"It's convenient for them because they want free resources, they want free goods, and that's why they don't give a f*ck", the rapper pointed out.

Unfortunately, is far from the first time the Victoria's Secret Angels have been accused of racism.

Following the backlash, Cardi B retweeted a video of the incident to her 1.7 million followers.

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