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Oh yeah, this is going to work out well.
I see a pair of mudshark sunglasses in Allie Dowdles future. And single motherhood. Dumb f*cking b*tch! Mom and Dad tried to warn her.
She’s bought into the heroic Negro portrayed in TV and movies. She’s also bought into the BBC (big black cock) nonsense promoted by the Jewish porn industry.
It would be fun to set up a pool to see how long before he beats her up the first time.
What’s truly disgraceful and unforgivable is how she’s put her parents in the news worldwide. Most people don’t want to be in the news. Believe me, I’ve been there, even on the Drudge Report. You get threats, you get gangstalked. And if you’re not PC, you can’t turn to the police for help.
A Tennessee high school senior has raised more than $12,000 for her college tuition after claiming her parents cut her off when she started dating an African-American student.
Allie Dowdle created a GoFundMe account in a desperate attempt to raise money to pay for school after her mother and father said they wouldn’t give their financial backing – because they didn’t approve of her new boyfriend.
The 18-year-old claims that when she told her parents she was dating a black student named Michael Swift, her dad told her she was not allowed to see him again.
‘My parents have chosen to no longer support my future, stripping me of all my resources including my personal savings, my car, my phone, and my education and leaving me on my own to pay for college,’ she wrote on the GoFundMe page.
Dowdle said she and her boyfriend have been seeing each other discreetly since she told her parents, but things went awry over Christmas when Swift approached them again.
Moms and dads know best. How long before muh nigga gives her an STD or a good anal prolapse?
Her father, Bill Dowdle, told the New York Daily News that issues with interracial dating in the South means the relationship wouldn’t have been his ‘preference’.
Swift is a 19-year-old college soccer player at Clemson University in South Carolina, where he’s a freshman studying sports communication.
Prior to college, he was part of the Philadelphia Union Academy team and went to a $20,000-a-year all-boys high school in Memphis, which is about a half-hour drive from Dowdle’s hometown of Eads, but just across the street from Dowdle’s $20,000-a-year private all-girls high school.
It is unknown how Dowdle and Swift initially met, but Dowdle is also a student athlete – she played soccer at her high school this fall.
When it comes to Allie’s college tuition, her father said he decided to cut off her college money because she has been spoiled and ‘it became obvious that she needed to go out in the world and grow up’, according to the Daily News.
Allie Dowdle wrote on her GoFundMe that the $12,000 would ‘cover the first year of my remaining out of pocket tuition for college’.
While it is unknown where Dowdle plans on attending college, she wrote that she has to have the funds by May 1.
She said that she is unable to get a job because she doesn’t have consistent transportation in her rural town, which has a population of around 6,400 people.
Allie says she and Michael Swift dated for around a year after first telling her parents but that the issue came to a head before Christmas after Michael approached her parents again.
She claims after that conversation, she was cut off by her parents and no longer has access to her personal savings, car and phone and can’t afford to pay for her education any more.
“My dad did not give me an option: he told me that I was not allowed to see Michael ever again,” she says.
“Why? Strictly because of skin colour. It wasn’t a quiet ‘no,’ either.
“I’ll never forget the yelling my parents did, when they expressed how disappointed they were in me, that I could do so much better.
“I did not know what to do. I couldn’t comprehend how someone could be seen as less because of pigment. I still can’t comprehend it, and I never will be able to.
“How could my love for another person be wrong because of his skin colour?
“And why would that make me unworthy of a future I’ve worked so hard for?
“Because my parents have listed me, their own daughter, as someone who is not worthy of their time and money, I have turned to the public for support.”
Stacie, above, lived. Let her story be a warning.