Over it is a pretty accurate description of how breakout R&B star Summer Walker is feeling after being slammed for what many are deeming xenophobic remarks related to the coronavirus epidemic.
Earlier this week (March 3), the 23-year-old was the brunt of backlash after taking to Instagram to repost a fake video that depicted people in China intentionally spreading the disease. Alongside the visual she commented:
“That’s some trifling nasty a** s**t.”
After being criticized for the insensitivity of the clip’s nature, Walker responded:
“Lol people so dumb, talking about I’m racist and that video was from a long time ago. It don’t matter if it was from 20 years ago, bottom line that s**t nasty & IDGAF if a black white yellow or green person did that s**t, it’s still nasty,” she stated.
That’s not all she said. More inside:
The comment above was just one of many of its kind the burgeoning diva responded to. Once the scrutiny became too much, she took to the social media platform to say:
“Lmao I literally don’t give a f**k anymore this is app. It’s not that serious. For my label Ima just delete all this s**t.”
Peruse of her account proves she wasn’t joking.