Normani just addressed Camila Cabello's apology for her old racist tweets and Tumblr posts, and her feelings were definitely hurt.
The former Fifth Harmony members have both gone on from the girl group to major success. Normani's more recently with the popularity of "Motivation" and performing at Rihanna's Savage x Fenty lingerie show. With the two former bandmates seeing major success, unfortunately comes a rivalry between their fan bases.
At the end of 2019 Cabello issued an apology for old tweets and Tumblr posts from years prior that featured racist and offensive language. Now, Normani has issued her own statement the addresses those tweets and Cabello's fanbase, who bullied the singer off Twitter in 2016 for racist remarks.
Normani was featured in the latest issue of Rolling Stone, and she discussed some of the biggest moments in her career.
In a video with Megan Thee Stallion and Sza, Normani talked about her first time overcoming an obstacle as a black musician. Normani felt that she was restricted in her career by being pigeonholed into the black woman role, meanwhile she is multi-faceted. Then in her own First Times segment, the artist discussed some of her first times performing solo.