If you pay close enough attention, you will notice that America gives very clear and unequivocal indications that Black lives matter less than the rest of “true” Americans.
This latest episode involved the mewly christened Miss Teen USA who thrives on saying the N-Word on Twitter
“Like, seriously, I’m OBSESSED with saying ‘n***er’. It’s like literally my FAVORITE thing everrr!”
We suppose she never thought she would be winning the Teen USA title on Saturday night in Las Vegas. But Karlie Hay’s social media posts from 2013-14 were thrown back in her face once she was crowned … by a Black woman at that.
The former Miss Texas Teen USA has written the following to her Twitter followers in recent years, including: “I know I’m a comedian n—-r,””don’t threaten me I will wrap your house n—-r,” and “I don’t have your number, n—-.”
Karlie Hay’s racist tweets are inexcusable and indefensible. But the pageant defended her nonsensical behavior and became apologists anyhow.
“The language Karlie Hay used is unacceptable at any age and in no way reflects the values of The Miss Universe Organization. As Karlie stated, she was in a different place in her life and made a serious mistake she regrets and for which she sincerely apologizes,” The Miss Teen USA Pageant wrote in a statement, according to the New York Daily News.
Hay immediately went on Twitter to try to mop up her own mess. Check it out.
How?!? Miss Teen keeps USA crown despite frequent N-Word use on Twitter was originally published on atlantadailyworld.com