GIGI Hadid has pulled out of the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show in Shanghai, months after she was accused of being "racist" towards China in an online video.

The supermodel angered the country back in September after footage surfaced of her appearing to mock a Buddha she was holding.
Hundreds of furious Chinese people told the 22-year-old she "wasn't welcome" in the city when the lingerie brand hosted it's annual show there, and now the star has pulled out of her appearance.
Taking to Twitter on Thursday, she wrote: "I’m so bummed I won’t be able to make it to China this year.
"Love my VS family, and will be with all my girls in spirit!!
"Can't wait to tune in with everyone to see the beautiful show I know it will be, and already can't wait for next year! :).
While Gigi didn't address the previous furore caused by her video - which some branded 'racist' - her exit means sister Bella will be travelling to the country to walk in the show alone.
However some Twitter users were quick to speculate why she had pulled out.
One wrote: "Its because of the video she did joking about Chinese people (their eyes) china is very rough with their laws so they didnt approved her visa [sic]".
Another agreed, writing: "China did what was right! This is the consequence to her actions. May this be a lesson for her. Apologies doesnt erase the actions [sic]".

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