The fact is that Ludmilla’s name went viral on X through offensive comments that also arrived from the Brazilian public
Ludmilla was the target of a racist attack orchestrated on social media the day before Black Consciousness Day, celebrated this Monday (20/11). The singer became one of the most talked about topics on X (formerly Twitter) after her fans demanded respect.
The attack was apparently initially instigated by fans of Mexican Kenia Os, after the celebrities exchanged unfollows on social media. Some have pointed out that the incident occurred due to a photo of the foreigner with Anitta, Ludmilla’s alleged “rival”, but there is no confirmation.
The fact is that Ludmilla’s name went viral on X through offensive comments that also came from the Brazilian public. “Ludmilla sang the hymn [nacional] TO [premiação do] Multishow caused more outrage than receiving racist attacks,” one fan pointed out.
The situation also sparked outrage in fan clubs of other artists, such as Pabllo Vittar, IZA, Luísa Sonza, Gloria Groove, Ana Castela, Bad Bunny and Beyoncé, as well as Tati Quebra Barraco herself and former BBB member Paulo André.
“Inadmissible! The singer Ludmilla, who is also a big fan of Beyoncé, is the subject of a series of attacks with racist comments, and it is worrying to see that many Brazilians are also joining this. Racism is a crime, and this type of behavior, both on the internet and in real life, must be cracked down! When you come across this type of attack, no matter who it is, don’t ignore it. Report it!”, wrote Beyoncé’s fan club profile.
“The IZA Portal team does not support or condone any hate crimes and RACISM committed by other fandoms against Ludmilla or any other artist. We are with you, Lud!”, added fans of singer IZA.
It is unacceptable to open social media and come across the amount of racist attacks that LUDMILLA, Gloria Groove’s great friend and partner, has been suffering in recent days.
We do not accept such attitudes and ask groovers to report these crimes that are… pic.twitter.com/Ct0m6zdnqo
— Bonde from Gloria Groove (@bondedagg) November 20, 2023
Bad Bunny Brasil arrives, through this tweet, to demonstrate support for the entire fanbase and also for the artist Ludmilla, who in recent days has been suffering the CRIME of racism from other fanbases.
Remember that racism IS A CRIME and that the Internet is not a lawless land! pic.twitter.com/7QMOyiOtZI
— Bad Bunny Brazil 🇧🇷 (@BadBunnyBrasil) November 20, 2023
🚨INADMISSIBLE! Singer Ludmilla, who is also a big fan of Beyoncé, is the subject of a series of attacks with racist comments, and it is worrying to note that many Brazilians are also joining this.
Racism is a CRIME, and this type of behavior, both in… pic.twitter.com/WH538abtkR
— Beyoncé Brasil (@beyoncebrasil) November 20, 2023
🚨 Attention, Talismans: The IZA Portal team does not support or condone any hate crimes and RACISM committed by other fandoms against Ludmilla or any other artist.
We are with you, Lud 🖤 pic.twitter.com/WwXJJa69T9
— IZA Portal (@izaportal) November 20, 2023
Ludmilla singing the anthem at the multi-show caused more outrage than receiving racist attacks for 2 days, right? They said she couldn’t handle 2 days of hater, but it’s you who couldn’t handle 1 hour in her shoes. being a happy, successful black woman is uncomfortable
— Ludmilla legal (@blckklucas) November 19, 2023
A day to celebrate black people, a day to see various publications and celebrations of black people, and what I feel are publications defending Ludmilla because once again the girl is receiving racist attacks.
— Pisponelly (@ProsperaPispol) November 20, 2023
if you messed with lud you messed with sonzers!!!!
LUDMILLA DESERVES RESPECT pic.twitter.com/t6V65lPtO4
— mari (@bymarisonza) November 20, 2023
We express our support to Ludmilla and her fandom, who has always stood by Pabllo Vittar since the beginning. Racism is an unacceptable banality and let’s not forget that this is not a lawless place. Let justice be done.
LUDMILLA DESERVES RESPECT! pic.twitter.com/pHBO63t3B7
— Info Pabllo Vittar (@InfoPablloBR) November 20, 2023
My solidarity my girl❤️
We know that nothing exempts us from suffering racism.
We suffer and will suffer because to be a black woman in this world you have to have 100 strength.
LUDMILLA DESERVES RESPECT pic.twitter.com/mpHCcBGIyv
— Tati Quebra Barraco🏚 (@TatiQBOficial) November 20, 2023
It is INCREDIBLE that this happens these days, the only thing we ask for is RESPECT, this is a CRIME, it is UNACCEPTABLE. We will not remain silent, we fight for everyone and we do not tolerate any act of racism and prejudice! LUDMILLA DESERVES RESPECT, ALL OF US BLACKS DESERVE RESPECT! pic.twitter.com/zqLZLZkiKP
— TROPA DA LUD (@tropadalud) November 20, 2023
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