DaniLeigh Gives Tori Brixx Pressure W/ New Silhouette Challenge Clip

R&B singer DaniLeigh isn’t letting Tori Brixx get all the attention. The popular crooner has social media on alert after helping contribute to a now-viral silhouette challenge.

DaniLeigh’s Silhouette Challenge

Dani went to her Instagram page with the jaw-dropping footage. She starts out in her bedroom in a pair of fresh Nike kicks before quickly turning into an active red alert.

“sihlouettechallenge 🤍 ok goodnight 😫”

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Hours prior, vixen Tori Brixx lit up Instagram with her own contribution to the now-viral challenge.

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Mulatto Speaks On Colorism + “Yellow Bone” Situation

A few days ago, rap star Mulatto spoke on controversy connected to DaniLeigh over her now-infamous “Yellow Bone” song lyrics going viral. She spoke on being of mixed races and deciding to ultimately change up her rap alias.

“You know, you might know your intentions, but these are strangers who don’t know you, never even met you in person. So you gotta hear each other out, and if you know those aren’t your intentions and that’s how it’s being perceived, it’s like why not make a change or alter it? For me, it was the name. So now I’m like, okay, my intentions was to never glorify being mulatto. So if that’s how it’s being perceived and people think I’m saying, ‘Oh, I’m better because I’m mulatto’ or, ‘My personality trait is mulatto,’ then I need to change the matter at hand.”

Latto specifically gave Dani a pass and said she didn’t believe there was ill intent behind her “Yellow Bone” incident.

“I would say I see both sides because me being an artist, I see how our intentions can get flipped. Because I genuinely believe her intentions was not to offend anyone or to like, up one skin color and put down another skin color. I feel like her intentions wasn’t that.”

Dreezy Makes DaniLeigh “Yellow Bone” Reference

Chicago rapper Dreezy might be throwing a little shade. The hip-hop artist went online to show off her stunning look and perhaps send a message to the recently controversial singer. Dreezy took to Instagram to show how she was slaying and either drop a little shade or love in her caption. She switched up the lyrics to DL’s unreleased “Yellow Bone” and remarked “Melanin that’s what he want” with a lips emoji. DaniLeigh went to her own Instagram Story to send love to Dreezy, although some think she didn’t understand that she was getting shaded.

“Caption and ain’t nothing wrong with thattttt @dreezy”

DaniLeigh Apologizes For “Yellow Bone”

Dani is apparently genuinely sorry. After drawing a whole lot of controversy with a track she recently previewed, she’s come out and apologized in a lengthy video. DaniLeigh took to Instagram with her apologetic words. She let her thoughts be known about the “Yellow Bone” track that went viral and that she meant no harm to anybody. Dani originally apologized on Twitter, including in a now-deleted tweet that she can’t be canceled.

“Congratulations y’all gotta another thing to say about me when u hate … 👍🏽 it’s all good .. only God can “cancel”me… that sh*t don’t mean sh*t to me bc the people around me are the ones that know my heart and intention and real life … I’m sorry if I offended u .” – DaniLeigh

Dani didn’t hold back and kept things 100 with her apology. She even referenced her romantic relationship with her dark-skinned boyfriend DaBaby.

“I think people twisted it into thinking, like, I’m trying to bash another woman, another skin tone, that was never my intention. I wasn’t brought up like that, I never looked at my skin as a privilege. I never looked at me as ‘I’m better than somebody because of my skin tone. I see brown skin women flaunt their skin all the time in music, why can’t I talk about mine? If you look at me, I’m light-skinned, I’m a yellow bone. In my opinion, that’s just what I am. So, it wasn’t something that I looked at so deeply. Which, I can see why people will take it deeply, so I understand and I’m sorry that I wasn’t sensitive to the topic when I wrote my comment ‘why are you guys taking so personal?’ Because, it can be a personal thing to certain people, because colorist is a real thing so I do get it. But I’m not that. I’m not a colorist. I’m not a racist. I date a whole chocolate man. I have beautiful dark-skinned friends.”