Twitter – Noname recently decided to air out some of her frustrations via Twitter. On Thursday (November 28), she shared a photo of a woman applying clown makeup while taking a stab at Lizzo’s fans and lamenting her own predominately white fanbase.

“me consistently creating content that is primarily consumed by a white audience who would rather shit on me than challenge their liberalism because some how liking Lizzos music absolves them of racist tendencies.”

When a fan asked suggested black people don’t typically attend concerts, she conceded to their point and also insinuated she was retiring from touring.

“That’s real,” she replied. “Unfortunately, I’m not going to keep performing for predominately white crowds. I have two shows on the books then after that I’m chilling on making music. If y’all don’t wanna leave the crib I feel it. I don’t want to dance on a stage for white people.”

Unsurprisingly, Noname’s post sparked a social media debate, which carried on to the next day.

“Y’all really pushing the idea that black people can’t come to my shows because of black death and financial restraint ???” she tweeted on Friday (November 29). “As if Dababy, Megan and Smino shows ain’t black as hell? Say you don’t like my shit and move around lol.”

And the Chicago native wasn’t done there. On Saturday (November 30), Noname explained in another tweet she wasn’t alone in her beliefs but one of the only artists who has the courage to speak up.

“whats funny is most black artist are just as uncomfortable performing for majority white crowds but would never publicly say that out of fear and allegiance to [money],” she wrote. “Which isnt a bad thing necessarily cause niggas gotta eat but yall wouldnt be up and arms if I quit workn @ McDonalds.”

She continued, “when I got to work, thousands of white people scream the word nigga at me. and no I’m not changing my art so it is what it is. catch me @nonamebooks.”

As Noname’s comments started making the rounds, she issued a stern directive, “Stop using my tweets as content.”

(Welp.)