When a rapping bridesmaid recently went viral, her performance caught the attention of many online including 'Drake'. But now some on Twitter are pointing to a controversial Tweet that allegedly shows the viral sensation using a racial slur.

Instagram via @brooklyn.staggss
Instagram via @brooklyn.staggss
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An array of reactions followed the initial story regarding 'Drake' following a rapping bridesmaid who was going viral on social media. We covered the story and our Facebook community had quite a bit of thoughts.

See what some of the commenters had to say below.

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Viral Video of Bridesmaid Rapping at Wedding Reception

In case you missed the viral moment, check it out from @simsational_memories on Instagram here.

The clip got so much attention that 'Drake' hit that follow button on her Instagram page.

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One Twitter user suggested that the rapping bridesmaid had found a potential "new career" following the newfound spotlight.

But the spotlight may have gone dark rather quickly, as now it appears that the rapping bridesmaid may have deactivated her social media accounts.

Instagram via @brooklyn.staggss
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Did Internet Sleuths Dig Up Old Tweets from the 'Rapping Bridesmaid'?

A screen grab is what some on Twitter are referring to, as it shows a post dated 8/3/18.

The post shows an alleged Twitter post by the handle @brookstaggss that reads as follows.

For those who didn't know what my scar is from by my eye, a few years ago I was driving down the road and saw this bobcat on the side. So I stopped, got out of the car, and poked that *slur*. Little did I know, he was alive and well. Home boy scratched my eye and so here I am.

See the post that contains an apparent screenshot of the controversial Tweet.

While some claimed that it was not the rapping bridesmaid's account, some Twitter users had screen recordings that allegedly show the post linked to the woman.

The back-and-forth debate continues on Twitter as there is room for uncertainty surrounding the legitimacy of the screenshot.

Some are pointing out that if this screenshot is legitimate, then internet sleuths have seemingly gone out of their way with the hope to "cancel" the rapping bridesmaid.

More reactions to the post below.

At this point, it is unclear if the 'rapping bridesmaid' is still on social media.

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