Victoria's Secret models are slammed for singing the N-word while rapping to Cardi B's hit song Bodak Yellow backstage during fashion show

  • Several models filmed backstage at show dancing to Cardi B's hit song Bodak Yellow during Victoria's Secret Fashion Show
  • Models can be heard rapping the N-word as part of a lyric in the song?
  • It's unclear exactly which women are rapping in the video, but social media users slammed them for using the racial slur
  • Victoria's Secret has not commented about the video that has gone viral?

A group of Victoria's Secret Fashion Show models have been slammed after a video emerged appearing to show several of the young women saying the N-word while singing along to rapper Cardi B's hit song 'Bodak Yellow.'

The short clip shows several models, most of whom appear to be white, dancing around in their custom made robes backstage before the show in Shanghai to the chart topping song and rap the lyric: ?'I don't wanna choose / And I'm quick, cut a n***a off, so don't get comfortable.'

It's unclear exactly which women are rapping in the video, since it pans around the room. But it starts by showing model Karlie Kloss for a few seconds; it's unclear if she rapped in the video.

The footage was posted by a?Twitter account called Pop Crave?on Tuesday, with many social media users slamming the models and condemning their use of the word.??

The footage shows Devon Windsor (facing the camera) dancing with other models as the lyrics to Bodak Yellow are sung. It is not clear if the women pictured sang along

The footage shows Devon Windsor (facing the camera) dancing with other models as the lyrics to Bodak Yellow are sung. It is not clear if the women pictured sang along

Karlie Kloss, right, films herself with fellow model Ming Xi, who is posing with a member of staff, before the lyrics are sung

Karlie Kloss, right, films herself with fellow model Ming Xi, who is posing with a member of staff, before the lyrics are sung

Victoria's Secret Fashion Show models are being slammed after a video emerged  showing several of the women saying the N-word while rapping to a song.  Karlie Kloss (left) and Cindy Bruna (right) are pictured during the 2017 show although it's unclear if they were involved

Victoria's Secret Fashion Show models are being slammed after a video emerged showing several of the women saying the N-word while rapping to a song. Karlie Kloss (left) and Cindy Bruna (right) are pictured during the 2017 show although it's unclear if they were involved

Back in action! Karlie Kloss was seen showing off her bright blonde locks as she prepared to make a return to the catwalk, having retired as an official Angel back in 2015 because of her hectic schedule

Kloss (above posing backstage ahead of the show) can be seen at the beginning of the video for a couple of seconds before it pans round the room although there's no indication she actually sang the lyrics

The models were rapping along to 'Bodak Yellow' by Cardi B (above) while backstage at the show

The clip is believed to have come from one of Kloss's video blogs posted on her YouTube channel where it is shown at around three minutes in - though the part where the N-word is sung is not included.

The clip posted by Pop Crave begins with model Ming Xi taking a selfie with a backstage worker before cutting to footage of Devon Windsor dancing with other models as Bodak Yellow is sung. It is not clear if Ming or Devon sang along.

'There are too many nonblack people in this video for the N word to be that loud,' one Twitter user wrote.

'If you're not black, don't say the N word. Point. Blank. Period,' another person tweeted.?

Another Twitter user noted: 'Nah. That n-word was too loud and clear for there only to be one black girl in this room'.

One woman even called for the models to be fired.

Girl power! This year's Victoria's Angels posed for a group shot with designer?Olivier Rousteing (centre) while backstage?

The clip of the models ?was posted by a Twitter account called Pop Crave on Tuesday. It's unclear who originally filmed the video. Above a group of models surround fashion designer Oliver Rousteing before the show; unclear if any of the women above were involved in video

As soon as it went online, many social media users slammed the models and condemned their use of the word

As soon as it went online, many social media users slammed the models and condemned their use of the word

'Welp @victoriassecret?plz (sic) fire all of them for saying the n-word all carefree.'

Another person agreed and tweeted: 'Oh! I see they said the n-word so freely. They all gotta go.'

But one Twitter user noticed that among the group of women, model Devon Windsor did not open her mouth when the racial slur appeared in the song.?

'The safe one is @DevWindsor,' the woman tweeted alongside a photo of the blonde model standing still as her colleagues dance around her.

But one Twitter user noticed that among the group of women, model Devon Windsor did not open her mouth when the racial slur appeared in the song (above)

But one Twitter user noticed that among the group of women, model Devon Windsor did not open her mouth when the racial slur appeared in the song (above)

This latest incident comes after the company faced controversy after Gigi Hadid (above) was accused of squinting her eyes to look like Buddha in a video, and many angry Chinese people told her not to walk in the show in China

This latest incident comes after the company faced controversy after Gigi Hadid (above) was accused of squinting her eyes to look like Buddha in a video, and many angry Chinese people told her not to walk in the show in China

Cardi B retweeted a tweet someone posted about the women using the N-word, but she did not comment about it.?

Victoria's Secret has not commented about the video.?

It comes after?Gigi Hadid announced she was not going to walk in the show in Shanghai earlier this month after she came under fire in China over a controversial video showing her squinting her eyes to imitate Buddha.??

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