‘Mind the enterprise that pays you boo,’ so the Australian mannequin says to somebody who criticizes her by writing, ‘Why do y’all assume Black Women dedicated to relationship down regardless of the place they’re in life.’
Duckie Thot can date anybody she needs and that’s nobody’s enterprise. People have been claiming that the Australian mannequin is “relationship down” after she confirmed her relationship with a U.Okay. man who goes by the title Scarface, and it appears to be like just like the star has had sufficient of the criticism.
In response to somebody who stated, “But somebody despatched me a DM about Duckie Thot and I’m actually not shocked. Why do y’all assume Black Women dedicated to relationship down regardless of the place they’re in life,” Duckie hit again, “Mind the enterprise that pays you boo.” She later added in a separate tweet, “My psychological well being does not deserve the poisonous power I’m presently receiving on this platform. God bless.”
Duckie confirmed her relationship with Scarface final month, when she retweeted a number of pictures of himself and added, “I feel I’ve discovered my husband.” He then replied in the identical flirty method, “Come, let’s get married.” She additionally shared in a now-deleted publish a photograph of her having fun with a meal date with the 21-year-old man once they have been celebrating his birthday.
Prior to relationship her new man, Duckie was romantically concerned with “Girls Trip” actor Kofi Siriboe. It’s unclear once they precisely began relationship, however the actor confirmed their relationship in March 2018. However, final yr, they broke issues off and even went so far as shading one another on social media.
Duckie wrote on Twitter on the time, “Leaving all trash n****s in 2018.” He later responded with a sequence of cryptic tweets on New Year’s Eve. In one of many posts, the “Queen Sugar” star stated, “Maybe I will not let intercourse distract me this yr,” earlier than including, “Maybe my spouse will reveal herself to me this yr. Maybe I’ll develop into the person I’ve at all times wished to be.”