Victoria's Secret is accused of racism yet again

Victoria's Secret is accused of racism yet again

Kloss ended up revealing a little more than she bargained for, as viewers quickly noticed that models are seen singing lyrics from Cardi B's hit song, "Bodak Yellow". Social media users have pointed out that there are no black people in the room, so the word should not have been used.

Fashion models for one of the world's most famous lingerie brands have faced a furious barrage of criticism online after being caught singing along to a song that apparently contains a racial slur.

With no woman of color around, it also shows them saying the catchy line, "And I'm quick to cut a ni**a off so don't get comfortable".

Add this to the list of multiple crises and problems surrounding the 2017 Victoria's Secret Fashion Show. "All white ones canceled for saying the n-word", another person wrote.

Since the release of the video, a number of people on Twitter have been calling out the models, with some even going as far as suggesting they be fired.

Victoria's Secret has not commented about the video. "Because to be black is to walk through the world and watch people doing things that you can not do". "Black artists can say it in their songs", she tweeted. Other big winners included Stormzy (Best Male Act, Best Grime Act, and Best Album for Gang Signs & Prayer), Giggs (Best Hip Hop Act), and Craig David (Best R&B/Soul Act). "There's a lot to be learned from refraining".