AceShowbiz - Bambi is among the women who are not offended by Chris Brown's controversial "black b***es with nice hair" lyrics. In fact, the "Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta" star has come to his defense following the backlash, only to find herself being slammed by a lot of people afterward.
Defending the R&B singer, Bambi wrote on Instagram Stories on Wednesday, July 3, "Chris Brown prefers black b***es with nice hair? Who mad at that? If you're mad is it because you think your hair isn't nice?" Many people were not having it and proceeded to blast the VH1 personality, with some pointing out that she doesn't have the right to say things like that when her "edges are questionable AF."
Someone said, "Coming from the girl with a whisper of edges," while there was one who blasted her for not letting husband Lil Scrappy co-parent with Erica Dixon. "Coming from a insecure black woman who is scared to see her husband with his baby mother whom has clearly moved on," so the user wrote on the social media site. "Her brain is as small as those chicklet teeth of hers...smh," another commented.
Some others, meanwhile, lectured her on what Chris really meant on "Need a Stack", pointing out that he was reinforcing colorism with the lyrics. "Now we know good hair and damn well what good hair or nice hair considered two black people and other ethnic backgrounds, let's not play dumb. So we know how problematic that term is so we knew what he meant by saying it," an individual said while another simply said, "Colorism isn't a preference."
Chris himself has defended himself following the backlash, hitting back at his critics, "I DON'T GIVE A F**K BOUT YALL NEGATIVE BOOTYFACE A** B****ES, IM START GIVING AWAY FREE LACE-FRONTS FOR ALL YOU WIERD (sic) FEMALES WIT THE SKID ROW EDGES AND LOW SELF ESTEEM. ASIDE FROM THAT.... HOP OFF THESE NUTTS." Furthermore, he dubbed his critics "BUDWEISER FROGS."
"SO PLEASE DONT COME WIT DA BULLS**T I WILL FIRE DAT A** UP AND ROAST THE HELL OUT YOU OVERLY SENSITVE (sic) DUCKHEAD A** WEIRDOS," he continued.