Mulatto Finishes Colorists’ Allegations and Confirms Title Change Is In The Work (Unique Video)
Mulatto is a rising star and keeps rising, but could rumors and her controversial stage name keep her from becoming a household name?
Regardless of her undeniable talent, Mulatto seems aware that previous allegations and the historical significance of her name can harm her brand.
She stepped into The Shade Room, fresh from her extravagant Casino Royale 22nd birthday party, to talk to us about her career and money making for 2021.
When asked about common misunderstandings about mulatto she would like to leave in 2020, she answered with certainty: “Oh, I know! That I’m a colorist! When I’m not even af ** k about none of this. I have no idea of any of this, like ‘bruh’. ”
It’s a rumor that just won’t go away for Big Latto. Somehow, even if things wear off, the flame will be relighted. As recently as recently, Mulatto found himself on defense after a discussion on the new Clubhouse social media app claiming it had denied the existence of colorism.
In an interview with The Shade Room, she continued to deny any attachment to herself as a colorist, but admitted that “the internet will do what you do” and that she had to take steps in the backend to prevent them from refueling Rumors.
One of those things could be changing her stage name.
“They talk about the name change and things like that to kill them for me too, because I have a feeling that this species is contributing to that,” Mulatto said.
As we previously reported, Mulatto considered changing her stage name because of his racist history. While “mulatto” means a mixed race person by definition, it was originally the term used to describe mixed race babies who were the result of slavery rape from which they were actually descended the word used to define hybrid offspring of a horse and a donkey.
While Mulatto certainly has her supporters opposed to a name change, she has confirmed to us that the process of changing her staged name is in the works.
“It’s still a work in progress,” said Mulatto. “People also need to understand that this level doesn’t just happen overnight in an artist’s career. Or it doesn’t even happen, period, because it’s as much as money and investment on the line if you don’t like that, so I think people need to be more patient … but it’s definitely a work in progress. “
We’ll have to see how a name change can affect them at this stage in the game. Would a mulatto rhyme so sweetly with another name? We will then contact you.
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