October 16, 2021

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Noah Cyrus used the term racist to defend Harry Styles

Noah Cyrus used the term racist to defend Harry Styles

“I have confirmed that I used a word without knowing the context and history.”

Earlier this week, the singer took to Instagram to defend Harry Styles for dressing in his badass. Vogue cover Last month.

Following the release of the cover, the traditional Pandit Candace Owens – as a black woman – tweeted that Harry had “bring back the men”. The best response To.

There is no society that can live without strong men. The East knows this. In the West, the consistent feminization of our men at the same time that Marxism is teaching our children is no coincidence. It was a complete attack. Bring back the manly men. https://t.co/sY4IJF7VkK

In his own IG post, Noah wrote, “He wears these outfits best of all. [you] nappy ass heauxz, “And, I … wow.

Naturally, she was met with a backlash for her racist remark.

Noah called Cyrus Candus Owens a nappy head and we thought Finna was laughing ????

People did not buy her excuse because she did not know what nappy was:

I will not buy into Noah’s “I do not know” I’m sorry it’s 2020

Noah eventually apologized for her comment and said she was “mortified” for “using a word without knowing the context”.

However, not everyone accepted her apology.

Noah Cyrus Sorry / I do not accept! Out of all the insults you can say, you say “Nappy!” U said about black women

“Nappy is not a shame, but Noah really tried,” a black woman wrote along with a photo of her hair.

“Proud of these nappy roots!” Another black woman tweeted with a photo of her locks.

Which #noahcyrus is better ?! Proud of these nappy roots! Is it fair to say that I let you know that you have a black friend? No! #Nappy #happy

Let’s hope Noah thinks before she posts next time. Or at least don’t use words she doesn’t know Historical context Of.

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