The star took to Instagram to address several accusations, including the suggestion she had stripped for white supremacists in a video chatroom.
Some people claimed the lyrics referred to Sandra Bland, a black woman who died in police custody in Texas inalthough Dlamini never mentioned her by name in the song. In a statement posted to her Instagram on Sunday nightDlamini tried to put the videos into context "I've used public blacm rooms to socialize since I was ," she wrote.
I'm sorry to everyone I offended. She confessed to writing the song Dindu Nuffin, describing it as a "response to people who often used that term to hurt me".
However, she now accepts, "it was a bad decision to use the term in my music". After blacck fans clips of the 98 video apologies she had drafted over the weekend, the star spent 30 minutes discussing the allegations against her.
She described Dindu Nuffin as "lyrically lost" and "maybe the worst song in the entire world", but insisted it was "in zero ways connected to police brutality or Sandra Bland". However, the star added that she had been a moderator on the site before her musical career took off, and had banned users for comments that were racist or abusive towards women. I think I'm beautiful".
She acknowledged that some of her promotional photos may have been "lightened to a certain point" but claimed: "That just happens. I'm not behind editing my photos".
And that's all I chzt to say. She concluded her video message by thanking fans for their support, and acknowledging that she was not an ideal role model. If you have a story suggestion entertainment.