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LAS VEGAS, NEVADA - NOVEMBER 17: Queen Naija performs during the 2019 Soul Train Awards at the Orleans Arena on November 17, 2019 in Las Vegas, Nevada.

R&B singer Queen Naija is defending herself once again against colorist accusations from internet trolls.

“It’s not even a joke anymore, at this point it’s harassment, bullying and hate speech. I would start suing y’all, but there’s no point cause y’all are broke,” she said in a since-deleted tweet her HotNewHipHop.”Y’all are the group of ppl who would drive someone into committing suicide. it’s all fun & games tho. Good thing I was built for this.”

Back in 2017, Queen shared a story on YouTube of “black,” “ugly,” “nappy-headed” girls who would bully her in school, and although she never specified the complexion of the girls she was talking about, it didn’t stop Twitter users from saying she was a colorist. She has since apologized for her words.

“I never bullied anyone a day in my life. I was speaking on ppl who bullied me! I used a term to describe HAIR, not skin. which offended some ppl. I apologized & addressed it. Y’all are gonna keep bringing that up forever. And imma keep telling y’all the same thing,” she wrote. “Anyway let me get back to my job tho. Y’all are so jobless and lame. F y’all. Lol.”

The 2017 YouTube video has since been deleted from her channel.