Lil Mama Calls Black Women Who Share Seductive Posts on Social Media 'Embarrassing'
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Many online users agree with the 'Shawty Get Loose' raptress' argument, with one person suggesting that there needs to be a balance between showing off too much of their bodies and being classy.

AceShowbiz - Lil Mama has got some things off her chest. Over the weekend, the "Shawty Get Loose" raptress slammed black women who shared seductive posts on social media, calling them "embarrassing."

The femcee aired out her frustration via Instagram Story on Sunday, January 23. "It's so many Black women bent over on social media you would think that s**t was a mass mandate s**t is embarrassing," she fumed. "I get it you 'grown' … Everyday tho? What day are you classy? Just hanging out with the family? Actually working out?"

Many have since agreed with Lil Mama's argument. "I think it's 50/50!!! BUT.. she is right, no lies were told!! I'm starting to see more a$$ than class," one person wrote. Another added, "THANK YOU IT HAD TO BE SAID."

A third individual then commented, "She definitely didn't lie though, I feel the exact same way." Someone else echoed the sentiment, "No lies are being told at all like everybody lol." A different user penned, "I agree honestly, it's getting weird ! Like this is the only reason why you're getting likes on your page or something."

Recently, Mama expressed her gratitude to Jay-Z after he forgave her for crashing his 2009 VMAs performance with Alicia Keys. When speaking with Genius' Rob Markman on Twitter Spaces in December 2021, he said, "That's our sister. Man, we love her. I wouldn't recommend people just jumping on other artists' stages, but, you know, we don't wish her no harm. That's corny."

"She's a New Yorker, you know what I'm sayin'? She got excited, so you know, things happen and of course, of course, we love her," the hip-hop mogul continued. "Yes, she's forgiven. And It's all love... And she was coming from a place of love. It may have been a little too excited but she came from a place of love."

Having received the closure, Mama wrote on Instagram, "I appreciate hearing this portion of last nights conversation. This has always been my stance , Love. Love for both my big brother, big sister and my city." She added, "It brings clarity to all of us as a community to actually hear these words from our legendary leaders."

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