Reginae Carter took to Twitter where she had the best response in the midst of blowback that her father, Lil Wayne, is currently facing over some disparaging comments both he and 50 Cent made about Black women on his Young Money Radio show.
This past weekend, Weezy invited the G-Unit mogul onto his show where the two rap legends discussed a myriad of topics including Pop Smoke’s posthumous album and Nicki Minaj among other subjects.
At one point during their hour-long chat the two rappers broached the topic of dating preferences when Fif went off on a stereotypical tangent about Black women, generalizing them all as “angry” in comparison to non-Black, “exotic” women.
“They get mad. They get angry. You see a lot of sisters go, ‘You f**k with this kind of girl and that kind of girl?’ That s**t is exotic! That s**t look a lot different than the s**t you see in the neighborhood all of the time. That s**t look like it came off a boat,” Fif proclaimed, to which Wayne laughed seemingly in agreement.
Keep in mind, the NOLA native recently confirmed he’s dating plus-sized model Denise Bidot, who is of Puerto Rican and Kuwaiti descent.
It didn’t take long for the Twitterverse to catch wind of the exchange and users swiftly condemned both men for perpetuating the “angry Black woman” trope. Fif remained unbothered by the criticism, writing on Instagram “what i said is true now picture me, unaffected, unapologetic and unavailable for any other comments.”
Lil Wayne has yet to comment but Regina Carter heard of the comment and took to Twitter to show her love and support for all the beautiful Black queens out there, herself included.
“I’m black ! I’m beautiful ! I’m enough ! I’m exotic ! I’m amazing ! I’m one of a mf kind!!!! Now where [are] my black beautiful Queens at?” the 21 year-old tweeted out.
Twitter users in agreement are flooding her comment section with an equal showing of love and support back on her platform.
See some of their responses below:
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