Erica Banks is here with a response to those lashing her out for twerking in front of High School teens. According to her, she never touched these kids, so why are people trashing her on social media?
According to Vlad;
Previously, “Buss It” rapper Erica Banks appeared at a high school pep rally and performed for students. While performing, the rapper reportedly twerked, which pushed football coaches to step in before their players got too involved with the artist’s moves. However, when the video hit the internet, social media reacted very strongly to the footage.
The Neighborhood Talk posted the footage, with people reacting, which caused Banks to step in and defend herself from Twitter comments. The comment attached to the video said, “Mind you she at a high school!! Why tf you twerking for children!” Banks responded, “Girl didn’t nobody touch them kids, clearly. We had a great time, good day.
Who is Erica Banks?
Erica Banks is an Canadian-American rapper born and raised in DeSoto, Texas. Following the release of her first three mixtapes, she signed to 1501 Certified Entertainment, who released her self-titled mixtape in June 2020. It spawned her first charting single, “Buss It”, which went viral on TikTok. In January 2021, she signed to Warner Records, on which “Buss It” was reissued.
In 2018, Banks released her first single, titled “Talk My Shit” independently through SoundCloud. On March 17, 2019, Banks subsequently self-released her first official mixtape, titled Art of the Hustle. In April 2019, she signed with 1501 Certified Entertainment after playing a snippet of her song “Buss It” for the label’s CEO, American former baseball player Carl Crawford, in an Instagram Live video. Despite after signing with 1501 Certified, two of her mixtapes – Pressure and Cocky on Purpose – were subsequently self-released between June and November of that year.
On June 19, 2020, Banks released her self-titled fourth mixtape through 1501 Certified. The mixtape spawned the singles, including a full version of the song “Buss It”, and “Give Me That”, the former of which became Banks’s breakout song in January 2021 after becoming the subject of a viral trend on the video-sharing platform TikTok, giving her her first entry on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. In that same month, she signed a record deal with Warner Records. Later in that same month, she was featured on American rapper Yella Beezy’s single “Star”.
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