Mulatto Denies Claims She Said Colorism Doesn't Exist: 'Please Stop With The False Narrative!'

HipHop News Posted on December 1, 2020 at 10:35am

Mulatto Denies Claims She Said Colorism Doesn't Exist: 'Please Stop With The False Narrative!'

Big Latto is being accused of saying colorism is no longer an issue on social media app ClubHouse.

Mulatto is doing damage control after rumors swirled accusing the 21-year-old of denying the existence of colorism.

The topic stems from an interview Big Latto did with HipHopDX at the 2020 BET HipHop Awards that was published on Saturday (November 28), where she expressed interest in changing her rap name because of its controversial racial undertones. Since then, social media app ClubHouse has become the breeding ground for debate about whether she should do so and Big Latto herself jumped in and joined the room titled “Why would you want to be named Mulatto” on Monday night (November 30)..centered-ad {

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why would mulatto go on clubhouse and say colorism isn’t real??????? ughhh

— JOHN F. KETAMINE (@kissmeriver) December 1, 2020

Mulatto just came into the “Why would you want to be named Mulatto” clubhouse room. LAWWWDDD

— Esmeralda (@the_ericanicole) December 1, 2020

The invite-only app allows its users to speak to one another in different “rooms” based on their topics of interest, but the rules bar anyone from screen recording and sharing to the rest of the world. Following her participation, rumors spread that the “Muwop” rapper denied the existence of colorism while defending her name, but there was no proof of it happening – and Latto says it’s because it simply didn’t.



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