YesJulz shared a racist tweet and was dropped from multiple appearances in Canada. The screenshot below shows her tweet. A few days ago, Katy Perry made racist comments about Barack Obama. Entertainers should have learned from the negative backlash Perry received. YesJulz wasn’t paying attention.
Women Inspiring Passion and Purpose, a group that spreads knowledge through online content and events, released a statement on Friday, explaining that they will no longer be working with YesJulz. The Utopia Music Fest released a similar statement. YesJulz may have ruined her career. She relies on public appearances but no one will want to do business with her after she shared the following tweet:
|YesJulz Racist Tweet|
She posted a video on Snapchat, apologizing about the incident. In the video, she admits she made a mistake and says she should have never posted the tweet. YesJulz’s social media content is usually flawless. She has been using each major platform for years so I was surprised to see her racist tweet.
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