A white woman employee at Victoria’s Secret was quickly fired on the basis of the unsubstantiated claims made by the Negress pictured above. She claims that a Victoria’s Secret store profiled her and other blacks.
You can watch her babble on for 11 minutes in the video or read the story, which is rapidly going viral on all media right now.
Lingerie company Victoria’s Secret has apologized to an African-American woman in Alabama who claims to have been thrown out of one of its stores because of the color of her skin.
In a video posted on Facebook, Kimberly Houzah says an unidentified black woman was accused of shoplifting from the Quintard Mall in Oxford, and despite having no relationship to the accused—the two were browsing the store separately—she was also asked to leave the store.
A third black woman, also unrelated to Houzah and the woman accused of shoplifting, was also requested to leave.
In the 11-minute video, broadcast so far to more than 512,000 people, Houzah explains that she knows “not everyone is racist,” but that she feels as though she has just been a part of racial profiling.
Although beginning to appear laughing and describing her state of shock, she quickly gets tearful. The video has already received 14,000-plus comments of support.
“She [Victoria’s Secret’s employee] couldn’t tell us why she was kicking us out,” Houzah says on her Facebook Live video.
“We take the experience of our customer at the Quintard Mall very seriously, and have reached out to her directly to express our sincere apology,” Victoria’s Secret said in a statement posted to Facebook. “What happened at our store should not have happened and does not represent who we are or what we stand for.
“The store associate involved in this matter is no longer employed with the company. Victoria’s Secret is adamant that all customers, regardless of race, be treated with dignity and respect at all times.”
The company did not make clear whether the employee was fired as a result of her actions on Wednesday or if she had already been let go.
It is beyond annoying into anger inducing when companies take the word of blacks, who are notorious liars, over the word of honest white people.
The rage I’m feeling toward Victoria’s Secret right at this moment is nearly uncontrollable. I don’t so much mind the company offering some sort of apology to blacks, but I do mind that a good white woman doing her job by trying to keep the store from being robbed by black shoplifters was fired.
If you dig around in this academic study on lying you’ll find that the authors grudgingly admit that blacks lie more than other groups. It’s clear that the authors didn’t want to delve into that issue and so they quickly move on. “Nothing to see here, folks.”
This thought is applicable to the “dindu nuffins” who walk amongst us:
Anyone on the ground in Oxford, Alabama who can help prove that this story is a hoax, please weigh in. I would like to see the fired store employee sue the shit out of Victoria’s Secret.