A TikTok video begins with Black children crying and a man shouting to a white woman, "Welcome to the neighborhood, Karen!"
Waymond "Chef Way" Wesley, a TikTok chef and Texas prosecutor, resigned after backlash from his old tweets disparaging Black women.
Some users say TikTok's new boyfriend-haul trend is rife with racism and hurtful commentary that can be compared to slavery.
The cabin is also listed on Booking.com as a "cottage with garden view." It lacks the colorful description of the Airbnb site and is described as merely a bungalow with no mention of slave quarters.
If only people crying about censorship and freedom of speech for multimillionaire podcasters showed concerns for government targeting people like Johnson.
A recent video posted to Tik Tok shows a Black man being pinned to his car by a bunch of police officers while the woman recording the video is heard aggressively explaining to the cops that they have the wrong guy and it was actually a couple of white men who accosted the Black man they decided to go after.
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