Youtuber Nikita Dragun’s music debut was embroiled in controversy Thursday.
The favored YouTube character is principally identified for her make-up abilities, however she’s trying to department out into the music scene and make her identify as a pop star.
The drop for the video of her new single, nonetheless, caught warmth for a number of causes.
Nikita was known as out by Asian Doll for utilizing her picture within the music video.
Within the video, Nikita raps “y’all sporting s**t that I already wore” as varied images of girls, together with Asian Doll, are displayed within the background. The entire girls’s images have the phrase “d**ok” written over them.
Asian fired off just a few tweets in response to Nikita, however Asian additionally acquired backlash for misgendering Nikita within the messages. Asian Doll’s Twitter account was not energetic as of Thursday evening.
“Nikita will get dragged by his bald head,” certainly one of Asian’s tweets learn.
“What they name boys that choose on ladies? Bullying” learn one other.
Nikita fired again, letting Asian Doll know the intention of utilizing her picture within the video was to make an announcement about trans girls being trendsetters.
“This assertion was to point out that Trans girls set THE developments for cis gender feales, but by no means get the credit score. This was not meant to be shady in the direction of u. U simply occurred to be an instance,” Nikita wrote.
She additionally advised one other Black lady that Black trans girls and Black homosexual individuals “gave the tradition,” when the girl advised Nikita that Black girls create the tradition for the queer group.
Then Tyga started trending after Nikita Dragun shared a screenshot of Tyga messaging her to textual content him in her video, in what individuals criticized as an try and out him.
Tyga accused Nikita of clout chasing and added that his firm shot and directed a music video for her some time again, seemingly implying that was the explanation for the message.
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