10:52 AM PT — Tyga has determined to delete the music video, reiterating he meant no hurt.
Tyga‘s ticked off many followers, particularly within the Latin neighborhood, together with his new “Ay Caramba” video, which is crammed with unsavory stereotypes … and now, he is apologizing in a brand new interview.
LA’s Energy 106 radio station organized an interview with Tyga and American Cholo … a podcaster who focuses on untangling numerous stereotypes and misconceptions within the Latino neighborhood.
Tyga’s vid has loads of that — for instance, a sombrero-wearing sport present host and sofa potato with no scarcity of tortilla chips.
AC says the stereotypes have been the primary reason for concern, merely stating how reversing the “chips and low-rider” photos with “fried rooster and watermelon” can be straightforward pink flags for African-Individuals.
Tyga says he was confused by the unique backlash, as a result of he and YG had an enormous hit with “Go Loko” just a few years in the past — it went double-platinum and amassed over 200 million YouTube views.
T-Raww did apologize throughout his American Cholo chat — however the interview led to a little bit of a stalemate. When Tyga was requested if he would take the video down, he hesitated as a result of he stated he paid $250,000 of his personal cash to make the video … however says he’ll take into account.
Up to now, it has 4 million views in slightly beneath a month … and that is most likely from lots of shock-and-awe sharing. “Ay Caramba” certainly.
Initially Revealed — 10:16 AM PT