Country music star Mickey Guyton has shared with her fans that she has encountered yet another instance of racism.
Heading to her Instagram page, the Grammy-nominated artist uploaded a screenshot from a social media troll on Twitter that used hateful language to try and tear her down.
“We don’t want your kind in country music!,” the user wrote. “All you people talk about is your g*d d*** race and skin color! Don’t you effers have Rap, Hip Hop & R&B? Gotta ruin and destroy s**t with your woke bs! Just like y’all did with MTV! Get the F out of our country music!”
Guyton is one of few Black country music artists in mainstream media today.
“Started off 2022 with a good ole batch of racism. I show you this so you guys continue the fight for equality and love and acceptance,” Guyton captioned her post.
Black country music artists Kane Brown and Jimmie Allen, quickly rallied behind her in the comments to show their support.
“Oh you know… just another Saturday for us. That fact that he took time out of his day to write this while having a video game have his profile pic. 😂😂. He’s a joke. Love sis ✊🏽,” Allen wrote.
Brown headed to Twitter to comment under Guyton’s tweet regarding the same racist troll.
“You so fn strong girl,” he wrote.
The artist has previously taken a stance against racism and sexism in her music with her songs “Black Like Me,” “What Are You Gonna Tell Her?” and “Love My Hair.”
In 2021, Guyton released her debut album Remember Her Name. The 38-year-old also made history when she co-hosted the Academy of Country Music Awards with Keith Urban. She earned a CMA nomination for New Artist of the Year as well as three Grammy nominations.