The Buss It challenge Erica Banks BBL becomes a topic after she slammed having skinny friends.
Her list of prerequisites clubbing buddies may seem unreal. She shared this list on her Instagram Stories with her close friends, but a not-so-close friend leaked the video.
“If a b—h ain’t a certain type of look, if she don’t look how I want her to look, physically, I don’t want her to come,” Banks said in the video. “Because the look of everything is so important to me. Like, if she ain’t thick enough? Nope. Hair not did good enough? Nope. Can’t dress? Nope. Skinny? Nope.”
As you can imagine, the main part of her list that is ruffling many people’s feathers is the body shaming, considering she herself has supposedly had work done to her body.
Banks continued saying in her stories, “I just want a certain type of look. She could be the sweetest girl I ever met in my life, but if she don’t look the part, I don’t want her to come,” she said. “That’s just not the vibe I’m on. Now she can come to the cookout, she can come to the listening party, but the club? I feel like b—hes gotta look a certain way to come.”
But socialites decided to inform the rapper she should humble herself by pointing out Erica Banks BBL.
One fan tweeted: “But before you became a rapper with money and your body done who tf were you before? Better humble ya self love.”
“I was still Erica Banks, dumb dog. A BBL doesn’t solidify who I am & I can hangout with who I choose,” the rapper responded.
Another fan tweeted, “@realericabanks not even attractive enough to be saying this out loud. Just got bullied into getting a BBL. Stop it.”
It didn’t stop, either. Hundreds of users tweeted and piled on the harsh commentary. The conversation largely centered on Banks’ apparent confession of getting a BBL (Brazilian butt-lift) surgery.
“Nobody wanna go clubbing with you anyways, imagine being friends with someone who’s shallow,” tweeted @imstilljenniftb.
However, Banks wasn’t feeling the responses she defended herself.
“Everybody’s entitled to their own opinion & I’ve never been one to convince people of liking mine,” she tweeted. “My preference of who I club with when it comes to my brand has nothing to do with y’all. Y’all never liked me anyway so why would I care about what y’all think about anything I say?”