Cyn Santana Apologizes Racial Stereotyping: "My Young Ass Worded Something Poorly"
Over the vacation stretch, Joe Budden introduced his engagement to L&HH alum Cyn Santana in a gilded Insta-post documenting him popping the Q. Since answering “sure,” Santana had sunken low beneath the radar in a gratuitous pose, solely to search out herself re-awakened by a ghost from the previous – within the type of a resurgent Angela Yee interview courting again to 2016, the place Cyn said her choice for Black males (over Latinos). The full-quotation, transcribed under, argues that Black males deal with Latin girls higher than Black girls, attributable to behavioral discrepancies she views as overly “emotional,” some methods poisonous.
“I identical to black guys and Spanish ladies,” she defined. “Y’all can preserve the Puerto Rican males, I am good. I do black guys all day, sorry. I did the Spanish factor…does not work out for me. I feel they’re too emotional,” Cyn instructed Angela Yee in 2016. “Black guys cater to us Spanish ladies, particularly. Like they…you already know what, let me not get into it. Black ladies gonna take it private, they gonna be like ‘uhh uhhh!’ Anyway, I am accomplished with the papis.”
Social media reacted partially by discovering Cyn Santana responsible of “ethnic stereotyping.” The actuality star has since responded to the backlash by asserting her innocence whereas offering a plethora of excellent deeds to compensate. Her rationale being: “previous ass interview, my younger ass worded one thing poorly and at present in social media every little thing will get taken fully out of context.” In a subsequent Tweet, Cyn apologized, or moderately, defined her issuance of the N-word within the Angela Yee interview, by stating that she was certainly responsible of misappropriating the phrase for many of her teenage life, and has since recanted.