Olivia Song Speaks To Black Women Who Don't Like Her Wearing Braids

(Video) Celebrity MUA Olivia Song Has A Message For “Miserable” Black Women Who Have A Problem With Her Wearing Braids

On Thursday, celebrity MUA, Olivia Song, had a few interesting things to say to women who questioned her Blackness. After getting chin and arm lipo, Olivia shared a post on her IG page of a commenter allegedly mentioning she wants to be Black. The comment read:

Okay not too much now. We know you wanna be Black, but getting braids??? Too far and you know this!

 

Olivia took took to her IG stories to address the comment and people who question her Blackness.

 

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Olivia Song Addresses Braid Critics

Olivia recorded the video, selfie style, addressing the “miserable” commenter up front.

You miserable Black b****es gonna have enough of telling me I’m tryna be Black. My daddy is a n***a. I’m mixed, B***H!

 

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She continued to tell people who had an issue with her hairstyle to come see her.

Book me and bring that energy to where I’m at. It’s so easy, book me. Bring that energy. You gon’ get spit on over here.

Olivia, who is Black and Korean, also implied in her rant that if she were not half Black, she should still be able to wear braids without anyone checking her online.

I don’t give a f**k , if I was Irish. If I wanted to get braids, I’ll get braids. and ain’t nobody gonna f***ing check me. Are you stupid?

She followed up with an apology to “real Black women” and wrote, in part:

I’m sorry to the real Black women that don’t perpetuate colorism or question people’s “Blackness” or accused mixed women of appropriating a culture I was born into.

 

 

Olivia went on to also say that she knows it’s “more of these type of women [than] the ignorant ones.”

 

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Olivia also posted a video of her speaking to her Nigerian father.

 

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