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She just didn’t think anything would get out to the public

Regardless of what she says, this alliterate celebrity/singer is dating someone new. She just didn't think anything would get out to the public ad is afraid of backlash. / This alliterate foreign born singer/wannabe actress better be careful. The studio is already looking to replace her because of some off set activities.

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Regardless of what she says, this alliterate celebrity/singer is dating someone new.

She just didn’t think anything would get out to the public and is afraid of backlash.

Camila Cabello

This alliterate foreign born singer/wannabe actress better be careful. The studio is already looking to replace her because of some off set activities.

Camila Cabello

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Camila Cabello and the Art of the Racism Non-Apology

Another day, another celebrity victim of “cancel culture” that will definitely not be meaningfully held accountable for her actions.

This time, it’s Camila Cabello, Fifth Harmony-defector and one-half of the duo behind steamy Top-40 hit “Señorita.” On Dec. 17, a Twitter user posted a damning thread of screenshots from Cabello’s personal Tumblr page featuring racist memes and messages in which the pop star repeatedly used the N-word as a teenager.

The “Nicotine” singer issued a lengthy apology via Instagram story on Wednesday night. “When I was younger, I used language that I’m deeply ashamed of and will regret forever,” Cabello, who is of Cuban-American descent, wrote. “I was uneducated and ignorant and once I became aware of the history and the weight and the true meaning behind this horrible and hurtful language, I was deeply embarrassed I ever used it.”

She insisted that, now that she has reached the wizened old age of 22, she is finally mature enough to understand that reposting memes that make light of damaging racial stereotypes about black and Asian people is wrong. Notably, though, Cabello herself did not describe her “mistakes” in such explicit terms. Nowhere does her apology include the word “racist” or directly address the specific communities targeted by her posts.

The singer instead used vague, euphemistic language about pain, history, and inclusivity. “I’m an adult and I’ve grown and learned and am conscious and aware of the history and the pain it carries in a way I wasn’t before,” she said in the statement. “Those mistakes don’t represent the person I am or a person I’ve ever been. I only stand and have ever stood for love and inclusivity, and my heart has never, even then, had any ounce of hate or divisiveness.” She chalked the whole thing up to being “embarrassingly ignorant” and urged people to move on (“I can’t go back in time and change the things I said in the past.”) – Source