UGA Fraternity Suspended Over Racist Video
White fraternities often seem like a breeding ground for the future racist doctors, lawyers, and professionals of America.
According to USAToday, University of Georgia fraternity Tau Kappa Epsilon has been suspended after the following viral video made its way to administrators offices. In the clip, you see a white student whipping another student with a belt while saying “pick my cotton, b!tch”. Someone in the background tells the white student that he’s “using the wrong word”. The belt-wielding student then whips the boy again this time saying “pick my cotton, ni**er!”
The University’s Student Government Association released a statement on Friday:
“We have been notified that the chapter is currently suspended, and we can confirm that there is an investigation underway regarding the students involved in the video,” the statement read.
Tau Kappa Epsilon also added that all four members in the video have been expelled.
“Tau Kappa Epsilon is disgusted, appalled and angered by the remarks shown in a video of four expelled members,” according to a statement from the fraternity. “TKE will not tolerate any actions such as these that would be defined as racist, discriminatory, and/or offensive.”
F**k them kids.