Source: Mr. X via http://www.crazydaysandnights.net
This foreign born A+ list singer is trying to shift the blame for an invite she sent out to this racist celebrity.
The thing is, she is not trying that hard because she doesn’t really care what people think.
Controversial beauty YouTuber Jeffree Star is among the many who are excited about Fenty Beauty launching.
But fans do NOT want their new favorite makeup brand associating with Jeffree Star.
The reasons are obvious, since Jeffree Star’s past racist behavior seems like it’s not *totally* a thing of the past.
Jeffree Star has apologized for racist statements that he was outed for making during his MySpace days — which included using the N-word slur, referring to someone as a “poor Mexican,” and a host of other horrible remarks.
The problem is not everyone believes he’s sorry about his past because of his questionable behavior in the present.
In July, he called fellow beauty Youtuber Jackie Aina an “irrelevant rat” on Twitter. He also allowed one of his models to darken their skin in blackface fashion for one of his shoots. And per an Instagram post of the model’s skin on Wednesday, he is still supporting that decision.
This week, he also passive aggressively defended Kathleen Lights against Jaclyn Hill with no mention of Lights’ use of the N-word being wrong.
Judged by these actions, it’s accurate to say that people aren’t merely picking on Jeffree Star because of his past. He still has side-eyes on him because his attempts at cleaning up his racist reputation are very messy. – Source