Awkwafina has received a lot of negative feedback on Twitter after re-addressing the contentious topic of Blaccent. Consequently, he canceled her social media account.
The Golden Globe-winning actress, comedian, rapper, and star of films including Crazy Rich Asians, Ocean’s 8, Shang-Chi, and The Legend of the Ten Rings said on Saturday, February 5th, that she will be quitting Twitter. AAVE (African American Vernacular English) was allegedly employed in her songs and a handful of her films, and she was accused of this. She was also charged with distributing culturally insensitive information, according to the complaints lodged against her.
On Saturday, Awkwafina posted a tweet on her official Twitter account. After a few years, she added, she plans to return to Twitter. Her therapist has recommended a social media break. She went on to say how grateful she is to her fans for their unfailing support and affection. To be a better person for them, she hoped she could. She also expressed remorse for everything she had done wrong in the past. “I sincerely apologize to everyone I may have let down in any way. She said, “You guys will always have a special place in my heart.”
Although Shang-star Chi (33 years old) has announced her retirement from Twitter, she is not stepping away from anything else. There are additional social media channels where she may be found.
Instagram is another social media channel where Awkwafina has been active. Her first tweet, which was tagged almost two years ago, was included in the piece. In her Instagram post, she stated that everything could be viewed from social and political perspectives. She pointed out that, given the country’s history of African American communities, this setting is particularly fitting. The terms and circumstances set out by various organizations significantly impact this particular demographic. As a result, this group is particularly hard-hit by unjust laws and regulations. As their traditional and unique culture is constantly being taken, they cannot dwell here. As a result of the prevailing culture, they are being exploited. Even though the subservient culture is the basis of everything, this class of individuals does not respect or acknowledge it.
We still run into this difficulty now and again, says comedian Awkwafina (real name Nora Lum). Even though some may dismiss it as a product of the complicated combination of TikTok and the internet, it is a fact. They don’t have a problem with the AAVE at all. In their hip-hop songs, we can see them incorporating it. It is a genre that is universally supported and pervasive on this planet. And, in this day and age of cultural blending, it’s unavoidable that the AAVE isn’t used. Keeping the boundary between “pop culture” and “offense” clear is the key to avoiding embarrassment.