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Cyn Santana & Angela Yee Get Dragged On Twitter, Cyn Issues An Apology For Saying Black Men Cater To Spanish Women

Cyn Santana and Angela Yee are getting dragged on social media today over remarks they made on Yee’s “Lip Service” podcast.

Cyn Santana and Angela Yee are getting dragged through the streets on social media today over remarks they made on Yee’s “Lip Service” podcast.

It appears someone dug in the crates and pulled audio from a two-year-old interview where Cyn talked dating black men and how they cater to “Spanish” women because they don’t have attitudes like black women.

Angela responded, “Ut Oh. She’s gone get herself in trouble now with the black girls.”

Listen to the clip below.

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The Swoop Down has commenced in these social media streets.

Peep the tweets below.

 

 

Cyn Santana issued an apology saying she would never bash a black woman in any way.

She also went on to say she no longer uses the N word.

 

 

Your thoughts?

**Update**

Cyn Santana has issued another apology via Instagram:

Cyn Santana apology

The sh-t is heavy and uncomfortable as F–K but I ain’t turning my backs on y’all. I think this conversation is important. A snippet of a podcast I did in 2016 is going around in which I said some unfavorable things. I didn’t properly articulate myself. I was speaking about my preference in Black men vs the Latino man. I didn’t intend to bash Black women. I NEVER HAVE. NEVER WILL. It’s NOT how I feel or ever felt. The truth is I said some dumb bird sh-t and it has offended and hurt MANY, especially Black women, so for that I want to wholeheartedly sincerely apologize. And I will continue to do so. I’m not a racist. I don’t bash women. I don’t bash Black women. I’m team melanin queens ALL DAY. This sh-t is DEEPER than me. Psychologically and historically. I was ignorant. I once upon a time lacked depth because while I may be Afro Latina, people may not look at me or treat me as they do other BLACK women. B–ch do u see my nose? My hair? I would NEVER think I’m better than ANYONE. In the 3 years since this interview, the Black women in my life have taught me so much about what society has put them through and how the things I said in that interview could be harmful. 3 years may not seem like a long time but spiritually it has been. I make a conscious effort every single day to be a better person, to be wiser and spend every moment of my day trying to be a positive force in other people’s lives cause I LOVE PEOPLE. I LOVE WOMEN. I LOVE SOULS. I’m passionate about THIS SH-T. I didn’t have the POV of a black woman before but thanks to the Black women who surround me, I’ve learned SO much. Thanks to y’all I’ve learned so much. I’ve learned why she fights. And why it’s sensitive. I didn’t put much thought into what I said at the time and I recognize that. For that, I apologize once again. One love ❤️✨

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