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Megan Thee Stallion celebrated the New Year at a pajama party thrown by power couple Jay-Z and Beyonce Knowles-Carter.

A photo the rapper posted of Beyonce and her 7-year-old daughter sparked Black Twitter's first dragging of 2020.

The drama began when Vanity Fair writer K. Austin Collins, who is Black, cracked a joke about Blue Ivy's looks.
 

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Then Harper's Bazaar magazine writer Violet Lucca compared the child to socialite Kylie Jenner, who underwent extensive facial surgery as a teenager.
 

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Author and woman's rights activist Mikki Kendall took offense at the senseless attack on a child and went IN on both journalists.

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Lucca, who is white, offered a half-hearted apology, saying she was busy cleaning her apartment when Black Twitter came for her.

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Kendall responded by reminding Lucca that journalists should remain unbiased, and that what she wrote "was rooted in racist narratives about Black girls & their features..."

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Collins also apologized, calling his tweet a "bad joke."

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Question: What do you think? Should the journalists' comments be protected speech?