While the recent Love & Hip Hop: Miami premiere didn't skimp on the drama, it managed to introduce the pertinent issues of colorism and the struggle for acceptance by Afro-Latinx individuals with breakout star Amara La Negra being the face.
Since the episode aired, the effervescent performer has gained massive support from the public, especially after self-proclaimed accomplished producer Young Hollywood trashed her for her Afro-Latina pride. Now, after the episode aired, Amara is responding to his rude comments.
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In case you missed it, take a look at the heated exchange between the two, below, where Hollywood claimed the beautiful Dominican artist needed to be "less Macy Gray and more Beyoncé," before mocking her complexion by calling her "Nutella Queen."
Amara managed to keep it classy throughout the disrespect on-camera and maintained that same poise on social media, delivering a classy clapback.
"Thank you everyone for supporting who I am and what I Stand for," she wrote, in part.
Read her full response, below:
Needless to say, Young Hollywood still doesn't seem to find anything wrong with his initial words about the star, finding amusement in them once again on his Instagram Live:
All in all, this has managed to serve as a full-circle moment for Amara La Negra as Billboard just announced that she's landed a multi-album record deal with Fast Life Entertainment Worldwide and BMG.
Only three days into the year and she's already winning!
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