Once it’s on the internet, it’s generally there forever and JT of the City Girls learned that this weekend. A bevy of old tweets started to surface once people discovered how “freely” the then up-and-coming rap star used to tweet on her account but with fame comes responsibility – if they chose to care, that is.
Numerous tweets have been found and reposted by fans that highlight what they call is the “chaotic” nature of the rapper. The most recent shows the rapper praising dark skin girls, but not the ones ‘too crispy.’
The tweet was met with a ton of obvious backlash with fans wondering why a dark-skinned woman would say such a thing.
How JT dark skin and calling other dark skin women crispy 😩 the colorism is real smh— Cara Mia 🌻🦋 (@CassidiTAMIKO) December 6, 2020
Since the tweet resurfaced along with a plethora of other offensive tweets, JT decided to to delete her entire account and create a new one. The rapper shared a photo of herself holding a large purse, with the caption: “All my old tweets in that purse.”
Although JT decided to delete her entire twitter account after offending nearly every type of person, some fans found joy in the offensive tweets.
Not JT is trending for JT old tweets. JT has deleted her twitter account and created a new one…. 😬 pic.twitter.com/cxxRKBVviz— tiffany (@jonestiff314) December 7, 2020
jt got an offensive tweet for everyone😟 she could’ve been a writer on glee— prin (@sixinchbeys) December 7, 2020
Me laughing at some of JT’s old tweets even tho we supposed to pretend to be offended pic.twitter.com/LtAF0BoVfU— 💔Koko Struggle Account💔 (@KokoStruggle) December 7, 2020
JT later revealed she will make her old page public again once the mass delete has been done.
This page a joke I’ll be back on my old page very professional once the mass delete is done I might keep this one & put it on private— fuckyallbitches (@fuckyallbitch11) December 7, 2020