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Two teenage girls have been forced to leave Gainesville High School in Gainesville, Fla after a 15-minute rant of their’s mocking and belittling African Americans appeared online. The girls made the video in response to criticism one of them received after posting something about Black people and Food Stamps.

The two girls used the N-Word and mocked African Americans for being on public assistance,not speaking properly and made gross generalizations about Black people. The video went viral after it was posted on

Police officers had to sent to the school after the two girls received death threats because of their racist video. Both girls have issued apologies and have been said to be in hiding and in a state of depression.

Here Is The Original Video

Here Is An Apology From One Of The Girls

Here Is A Statement From One Of The Girl’s Mother

“While we can never take back the words and actions that these two children have said, we have to start to heal and forgive IMMEDIATELY. Stop the violent threats to our homes and our children, stop the anger, because this will solve absolutely nothing, and most importantly, look at yourself for change and love.”


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