Stuff like this doesn’t surprise me nor should it surprise any other person of color. People have been taught to hate our very existence. If Commander Cheeto can be an outright racist why can’t the average american? I don’t like to assume everyone is a racist. To say something like this on a social platform and get mad because people call you out on it and then try to put together an half ass apologly, nah! You might as well say I’m sorry I got caught or that someone exposed me but this is how I really feel. I would respect you more. Don’t pretend to like me. Just let me know you hate me and my kind and own it! Trump did it and women, black folks and hispanics still voted for him. For the record, I didn’t vote for dude.
#HarleyBarber, a Marlton, N.J. native and a member of Alpha Phi sorority took to her alleged “Finstagram” (fake Instagram) to post at least two racist video rants.
Twitter user @TabisBack outed Barber’s videos Tuesday. Posting the first one a little before 1 p.m. CT, the video, which was originally posted on #Instagram showed Barber turning off a water faucet in an undisclosed bathroom.
In a second video @TabisBack shared two minutes after the first, Barber ranted about those who were calling her for her use of the n-word on #MartinLutherKingJr. Day no less.
The #University of #Alabama was tagged on the tweet by @TabisBack and they responded in little over an over disavowing Barber’s rant.
To all the people living under a rock staying racisim doesn’t exist, the news clearly tells you different. For those who say racisim in only for the south, she from Jersey (unfortunately) but that let’s you know racisim is everywhere. Her apology is a waste of breath and time. She will continue to be racist.
If you choose to continually be in denial about racisim existing you are clearly apart of the problem. At least, in my opinion.
“Many white Americans of good will have never connected bigotry with economic exploitation. They have deplored prejudice but tolerated or ignored economic injustice”. Why we can’t wait, 1964