Girl Whose “nigger hunting” Video Got Her Fired from Restaurant Also Kicked Out of Air Force


The unforgettable Tabitha “Tabbie” Duncan is back in the news.

The last time we say her she’d been fired from her waitressing job after a “nigger hunting” remark was captured on video and posted on social media. The Air Force also issued a statement condemning her, but had taken no action.

Now the Air Force has acted. It’s in the process of canceling her enlistment.

New York Post

A Missouri waitress who spewed racist hate on social media lost her day job — and now has been thrown out of the Air Force, according to reports.

Tabitha Duncan boasted that she wanted to go “n—-r hunting” in an offensive viral video, leading the Social Bar & Grill in St. Louis to can her, the Air Force Times reported.

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20 Year Old Waitress Fired After Snapchat Video Surfaces with Her Boasting of Going “nigger hunting”

Even the U.S. Air Force is involved in condemning Tabby Duncan.

The overreaction may be crazy, but it’s typical.


Tabitha ‘Tabby’ Duncan, a 20-year-old Missouri waitress, was fired from her job after she was filmed in a SnapChat video talking about going ‘n****r hunting’. In the video, Duncan can be seen saying the racist comment while drinking a beer and riding on top of a pick-up truck. The 15-second video was posted to Facebook on Sunday, June 10.

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Waffle House Waitress FIRED for Shooting at Robbers


There’s an interesting debate at the center of Shorty’s use of a weapon during a early morning holdup at a Waffle House in Newnan, Georgia, near Atlanta.

Should customer lives be put at risk to save a big company a few hundred dollars?

If the three Negros who robbed the restaurant had been shot dead by Shorty, would people be thinking differently?


Whatever, she’s got a disabled unemployed husband and now she has no job either.


A local waitress who fired her gun at three fleeing robbers and lost her job over it is finding support from other gun owners.

Heather Burkinshaw-Stanley, known as “Shorty” to her friends and customers, had been working third shift for the Waffle House on 1363 S. Highway 29 for almost two years.

On Thursday morning, Stanley was doing prep work when a man approached the cashier after finishing his meal. Along with two other men, he produced a note demanding money from the cashier or everyone in the restaurant would be shot, according to Stanley.

“The waitress walked by me, cool as a cucumber and said, ‘We just got robbed,’” Stanley recalled.

Stanley stopped what she was doing, ran to her car in the parking lot and grabbed a 9mm pistol and fired a single shot toward the fleeing robbers.

“I wasn’t sure if they were coming back or not,” she said. “I was in fear for my life, my co-worker’s life, and I did what I thought was right.”

Unfortunately, Waffle House disagreed with the decision.

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