Yung Miami received an important Internet lesson this week: Be careful what you post because it will be there forever.
On Wednesday, the City Girls member issued an apology for old, offensive tweets towards homosexuality and Haitians that were unearthed.
“Boy Oh Boy. If I Ever See Any Gay Shit In My Son Imma Beat That Bo So Baddd,” she tweeted back in 2013.
“Haitians Are Black Ugly and Cheesy Don’t Matter What They Have On,” another post from 2011 read.
I’m completely disgusted. We literally listen to your music and support you but this is what you have to say about a culture of people that literally did nothing to you! @_YungMiami305 y’all only like Haitians when it’s convenient for y’all. Eww as fuck! pic.twitter.com/eZmU9vE237
— KEYONCE (@__Keyonceeee) August 28, 2018
After a few people called attention to messages out, the young rapper took to social media to express her regret. She penned a letter to her fans, insisting that she didn’t mean any harm by saying those comments” and that she now realizes how insensitive they were.
“My deepest apologies and heart goes out to those who have that tweet and were offended by that. The City Girls appreciate all of their support no matter what their sexuality is,” she wrote. “The comments I made about Haitians I was wrong and immature to even let my opinion about an individual person be my opinion about an entire culture.
She concluded the letter with: “I love all my City Boys and City Girls PERIOD.”