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City Girls’ JT slammed for praising Black women who are ‘not too crispy’

City Girls' JT slammed for praising Black women who are 'not too crispy'
Yung Miami and JT of the rap group City Girls. (Photo credit: Steed Media)

What you say or do now on social media does not just dissipate into the ether for all eternity. It can be excavated from the deep recesses of cyberspace and used as a hammer to bash the author of a particular post.

JT of City Girls recently learned this lesson.

JT, 28, the Miami-bred femme fatale, whose real name is Jatavia Shakara Johnson, is taking in a lot of incoming fire for a recently discovered tweet in which she praised dark-skinned Black women who were “not too crispy.”

City Girls' JT slammed for praising Black women who are 'not too crispy'

JT finished that 2018 tweet with “But the milky ways be the s—.”

She produced the tweet two years ago, according to Love B. Scott, and now the recklessly flung tweet has boomeranged back to careen off her attractive mocha-chocolate dome.

Ironically, JT admitted just two months ago that her painful upbringing was punctuated by constant pestering about her dark skin, according to The Grio. 

“I can’t believe someone I laid with and thought was my friend before anything sat round b—-es and called me black and crunchy,” she tweeted on Monday. “When he say that to me I be thinking he joking but he really feel that way wow!”

After her Twitter page was lit up with her 2018 tweet, a remorseful JT apologized to any offended fans.

JT later elaborated on the matter.

A few minutes later, JT added this closing statement:

“I barely was on Twitter last night a fan sent the tweet & I removed it sorry if I offended anyone I probably was arguing with somebody back then or some dumb s—. I don’t hate y’all or myself I just be talking s—!”

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