See the Racist Way British Vogue Shaded Justine Skye

LONDON, ENGLAND - FEBRUARY 20:  (L-R) Justine Skye, Lily Donaldson, Bella Hadid and Kendall Jenner, wearing Burberry Feb 2017 Couture cape at the LOVE and Burberry London Fashion Week Party at Annabel's celebrating Katie Grand and Kendall Jenner's #LOVEME17 on February 20, 2017 in London, United Kingdom.  (Photo by David M. Benett/Dave Benett/Getty Images for LOVE Magazine)

See the Racist Way British Vogue Shaded Justine Skye

But the singer remains unbothered with an epic clapback.

Published February 22, 2017

Yesterday afternoon, British Vogue tweeted an innocuous photo of celebrities on the party circuit. Business as usual, one might say. The text accompanying the photo that was tweeted out, however, rightly caused a Twitter firestorm. 

“Bella, Lily, Kendall and co partied in London last night – see what they got up to, here,” the tweet read. The “and co” in this situation appeared to be referencing Justine Skye, the only unidentified person in the photo — incidentally, the only Black person in the photo as well. 

By nighttime, Skye had caught wind of the tweet in question and addressed it:

Shortly after, she followed up with some love for her fans who called out British Vogue:

At press time, British Vogue’s tweet that caused backlash was still live. 

We love Justine's swift clapback and refusal to damper her Black girl magic. 

Written by Lainey Sidell

(Photo: David M. Benett/Dave Benett/Getty Images for LOVE Magazine)

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