Angry fans are comparing Sabrina Claudio to Camila Cabello, Selena Gomez because of her racist online past

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Angry fans are comparing Sabrina Claudio to Camila Cabello, Selena Gomez because of her racist online past

Yikes all around!

Another day, another pop star whose old-but-not-old-enough racist posts get dug up and spewed out online, am I right?

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This screenshot is from 2018, according to fans.

Not to be a total cynic, but it's hard not to think "ugh, another one bites the dust," when you see all of the gross, anti-black rhetoric lurking in singer Sabrina Claudio's Twitter and Instagram history.

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These are older tweets, made under Claudio's current Twitter account.

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These tweets were made from Claudio's old handle.

In one tweet, she joked about being a "black girl" for Halloween — with a casual n-word sprinkled in for good measure. In an Instagram comment, she used a derogatory slur.

Outraged fans were quick to declare the singer, who's previously worked with 6lack, Khalid and Duckwrth, cancelled for her anti-black comments.

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Many compared her comments to those made by Camila Cabello, who got exposed for her round of racist comments a few months ago, or Selena Gomez, who famously mocked using a hashtag to "save lives" when it came to Black Lives Matter.

And much of Claudio's fanbase was especially upset because of the trend that her words fell into — of white Latina women believing they can use the n-word and disrespect black people, and black women in particular, because they're also people of color.

Claudio issued a statement a day after she deleted the incriminating tweets — hah! Classic.

"I am deeply sorry for the insensitive words I've used," she said in an iPhone note — the most sincere apology format. "I realize my past ignorance is affecting people I care so much about and I am so sorry." Yeah, I bet you are, Sabrina.

Many fans were also quick to point out that honestly… it's not so bad that Sabrina was stopped, because she never really even got started — and her anti-blackness highlighted the gross, but way too common, form of racism that black people experience at the hands of other people of color.

It be ya own playlist, guys!

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