Tyga apologized after fans were upset by his “Ay Caramba” video, in which he seemed to poke fun at Mexican culture.
“When I posted the video I wasn’t in LA, I was in Europe. And then I started seeing a lot of people offended by that, and I was kind of confused. That’s why I didn’t respond. I was kind of trying to do a little research. I tried to ask a lot of the people I grew up with that they were Mexican,” he said.
Tyga may not have meant any harm, but his fans aren’t happy. Tyga said his song was for Mexicans.
“Ultimately, I’m not Mexican, so I can’t say what offends Mexicans and what doesn’t. But I know I didn’t mean to offend anyone. First, I want to apologize to the Mexican community and my Mexican fans. I have many Latino fans who are Puerto Ricans and Dominicans who probably weren’t offended by this video. But my Mexican fans in LA, there were definitely some who were offended.”
He removed the video.
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