Thursday, November 12, 2020

Cardi B Apologizes for Cultural Appropriation


Rapper Cardi B apologizes for using imagery of the Hindu goddess Durga to promote her new sneaker line with Reebok...
 


















10 comments:

Anonymous said...

Regardless of who's idea it was, the concept was explained to her ignorant azz so she would know how tf to pose. She was just too high on coke at the time to give af.

Tiny Soprano said...

These apologies after the fact are fruitless. You can say “I need more information about who I’m depicting” before posing. The director knew what he was doing, but Cardi didn’t. Durga is a deity; how do you not approach that whole concept with the utmost respect. The depiction of yourself as a deity of any sort is sacrilegious. No passes given for this nonsense.

Anonymous said...

She said she don't want any one disrespecting her religion. HOE on a POLE is not a religion. If it was there would be more house wives swinging, to save they marriage.

Anonymous said...

Fuck this hoe. Straight up. I hate this ugly untalented bitch.

Anonymous said...

Cardi B is a fucking idiot. And, the delicate snowflakes who are all bend out of shape, why can't someone pay homage to your deities without being a problem? Cardi isn't naked or disrespectful in this depiction of Durga.

Also, Snitch. Your picture is of Parvati and not Durga. Durga is a war goddess who wears red. Parvati represents love and motherhood, she wears pink. They look similar and are two different goddesses.

NiyabinghiObeahWomanWarrior said...

I am glad they came for this trash ass hoe.

Unknown said...

Lol these other nations don’t play about their Gods and religion.

Anonymous said...

Everybody ♤♤♤♤♤♤ there sounds stupid ass Fuck.... let that damn girl live. Do yall give this much energy to the white folks who appropriate your culture, your mere existence every fucking day.... ����‍♀️ make it make sense...

Anonymous said...

Yall hold people to such high standards yet you don't hold yourself to the same standards in your everyday life. She apologized

Anonymous said...

People can't even be artistic anymore without offending someone, but yet it's understandable. The person who was over the concept maybe could have used something closer to Cardi's actual culture, idk. No matter what someone will be offended tho

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