Virginia Tech Women’s Lacrosse Team Proudly Chanted The N-Word On Video

Virginia Tech Women’s Lacrosse Team Proudly Chanted The N-Word On Video

On Saturday, Virginia Tech women’s lacrosse Team were celebrating their win over Elon University by listening to  is cialis bad for you https://dsaj.org/buyingmg/adamn-biri-eczaneden-viagra/200/ go to link case study technique https://www.cei.utah.edu/wp-content/blogs.dir/15/files/2013/?speech=evaluation-essay-example-book https://homemods.org/usc/compare-and-contrast-essays-topics/46/ thesis evaluation procedure cialis poland applying for admission cover letter essay about rock music go to link numeracy homework get link https://recyclesmartma.org/physician/levitra-wanette/91/ https://pharmacy.chsu.edu/pages/dissertation-writers-online/45/ help me write persuasive essay on usa go best online for viagra reliable pharmacy viagra custom written essay maruti suzuki marketing strategy essays go to site child labour in india essay in short finished custom writing paper cialis brand 10mg mercury drug online philippines watch help with university of phoenix homework free medical case study examples go to link essay on air pollution https://www.myrml.org/outreach/purchase-university-essays/42/ Lil Dicky and Chris Brown‘s “Freaky Friday.” The song says the n-word 11 times and the lacrosse team, who appears to be all-white, enthusiastically chanted the word on video.

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Social media has been ranting about it all day, check it out:

Their coach John Sung told Roanoke.com, “This is a teachable moment. It’s not something that we’re proud of. The team is very apologetic and sorry. There’s nobody of any color that should say it. Period. There’s nobody that should say it.” He also added, “There was no malice involved. They just thought that they were singing along to a song. They had just won. They’re singing songs. The first couple songs were Disney songs. … They were celebrating and they were dancing and they were excited. They’re good kids that made a bad decision.”

He also reminded us that he is a minority, originally from South Korea, “They’ve got to be educated to make better decisions. They’ve got to know what’s socially acceptable, and I think they’re learning all those things. It’s a lot on me as the leader. People forget — I’m a minority.” Let’s hope the coach understands that any “minority” can be anti-Black, including Black folks.

That said, do people really believe that white people don’t use the n-word when it’s used repeatedly in songs? They know what they are doing and they are proud. It’s very Iggy Azalea of them, who once referred to herself as a slave master. The best way to explain it, is this classic moment from White Chicks.

 

 


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