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White Waitress Fired After ‘N-Word Hunting’ Video Goes Viral

Yet another White person is out of a job due to their undercover racism being brought to light.

Footage of Missouri waitress Tabitha “Tabbie” Duncan recently went viral, showcasing the 20-year-old riding on top of a pickup truck while hurling racial slurs proudly at the camera.

“So we’re going n*gger hunting today or what?” a man off camera asks.

“We’re going n*gger hunting,” another man answers.

“We’re f*cking n*gger hunting right now,” the off-camera man replies, encouraged by Duncan, saying, “You get them n*ggers.”

Social media quickly found out who she was and where she worked, alerting the Social Bar and Grill in St. Louis County that Duncan needed the boot for her ignorant comment. They soon complied, releasing this statement via Facebook.

“Social Bar & Grill and its owners have recently become aware of a vile, disgusting, and offensive video made by one of its employees. Upon learning of this, Social Bar & Grill immediately terminated this employee as soon as they could reach her! The incendiary comments made by this employee absolutely does NOT represent the views, opinions, and policies of Social Bar & Grill and its owners. Nor will they be tolerated in any fashion. Social Bar & Grill and its owners continue to encourage and seek diversity in its restaurant.”

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