Why the attractive bikini-clad mom in the embedded video below became upset with a group of our fine young colored folks is unclear. The video doesn’t show any “cross-racial interaction” prior to mom’s counseling of the street urchins.
Is it possible the street urchins were harassing mom, who cuts a fine figure in her bikini?
A WOMAN dressed in a bikini who began hurling racist slurs at a group of black youths has sparked online outrage.
The abhorrent rant saw the woman launch into a tirade ranging from drug use to Martin Luther King.
The public outburst was captured by one of the black youths targeted in the verbal assault.
Since the video, in which the woman hurled multiple discriminatory remarks and insults at the youths in front of her own daughter, was posted online it has been viewed hundreds of thousands of times, triggering an angry reaction from many viewers.
The unidentified woman’s outburst took place in March in Tallahassee, Florida.
She can heard telling the group of black teens: “You should have stayed in Africa.
“You can go back there if you want.
“And take your last names with you.”
The girl filming the entire outburst tells her friends to hold back from saying anything in response and avoid stooping to her level.
Following this, the bikini-clad mother, who repeatedly slurs her words, only escalates her racist rhetoric.
She says: “Martin Luther King was a s**t who was f****** white people.”
During the entire ordeal, the woman’s daughter can be seen on the phone calling for help.
Towards the end of the video, the daughter tries to grab hold of her mother.
She repeatedly asks her: “Can you stop. Can you just stop, please.”
The black teens reply that “it is ridiculous that your own child has to tell you to stop”.
Before the video cuts out mid-speech, the woman continues to hurl racist abuse at the young men and women.
She then says the black youths are just “n****** wanting to be white, but you’ll never be white”.
Rather than just report the news, the Express interjects its opinion that mom’s sharing of adult wisdom with such fine young Negros is “abhorrent” and a “rant.” How unfair to label efforts to counsel youth in such a manner.
One might surmise that mom’s counseling did not arise spontaneously. In other words, we might ask what those young ladies and gentlemen of color did to trigger mom to offer such sage advice. They really should go back to Africa. Mothers know best.
Speaking strictly for myself, this is one bikini-clad mom who can counsel me anytime she wishes.