A legend in her own right, the singer sat down with Clinton for a candid interview that shed light on matters affecting the Black community – the only issue is, she serenaded the presidential candidate for 45 seconds. Now Mary’s facing the music…literally.
Social media knows no bounds and had nothing but jokes for the 411 legend following her (song?) about racially fueled police shootings. When MJB had her limit, she went ballistic and cursed everybody out via Twitter.
“Shut the f*ck up!!!!!!,” she wrote in all caps before calling her haters “simpleminded.”
Unfortunately, this isn’t the first time she’s been the brunt of everyone’s jokes. Back in April 2012, a Burger King commercial she’d filmed was quickly pulled after the world felt it played into Black stereotypes surrounding fried chicken.
Watch the “Apple First” video starring Hillary Clinton above. Poor Mary.
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11 Photos Of Mary J. Blige Killing The Game Back In '92
1. Mary takes over the stage in her signature look.Source:Getty 1 of 11
2. The R&B goddess takes a stance at the 7th Annual New York Music Awards.Source:Getty 2 of 11
3. How sweet does she look at the KMEL Summer Jam in 1992?Source:Getty 3 of 11
4. Mary J. & Joe Public win big at the New York Music Awards in '92.Source:Getty 4 of 11
5. Mary J. Blige is all smiles in a hoodie and curls.Source:Getty 5 of 11
6. Mary does her one, two-step while performing in '92.Source:Getty 6 of 11
7. She had a flawless smile, even back then.Source:Getty 7 of 11
8. Mary J. wins big at the 7th Annual New York Music Awards.Source:Getty 8 of 11
9. Show 'em who's queen.Source:Getty 9 of 11
10. Super Cat and Mary chill backstage at the New York Music Awards in '92.Source:Getty 10 of 11
11. Let's get 'em, queen!Source:Getty 11 of 11
No Hateration: Mary J. Blige Goes Ballistic Following Hillary Clinton Interview Backlash was originally published on globalgrind.com