The sorority that had this trash taken out Saturday. There is an investigation into whether these ratchet women and others ran like this.
“Chapter leadership has met and appropriate actions has been taken, Tri-Delta Chapter President London Moore said in a statement posted to Instagram. “The woman who participated in, filmed and posted the video is no longer a member of our organization.”
Matter of fact, they tried to pass off as ugly Black women because this how they view women of color as. They come a privilege household, Conservatives often regard Black leaders and entertainers as "inferior." As the entertainment industry is forced to find its place now that #MeToo exists, many in the hip-hop community brainwash white people into believing Black women as sluts and whores shaking their asses for cash.
They look at Michelle Obama as ugly whereas Melania Trump is the embodiment of beauty.
They think that transwomen of color are just men who try to molest their white daughters.
They hate the fact that Black men are taking advantage of their status quo by winning elections, appealing to young minds and creating a movement to counter the protectionism of white privilege.
Everyone isn't privileged. Mind you that Donald J. Trump is the face of white privilege and status quo. An old man who appeals to working class people who lack education but enough to troll those with at least a PhD in mastery.
Warning, offensive images ahead.
Some girls that attend OU thought it would be funny (especially Olivia Urban and Francis Ford) to put black paint on their face and say “I am a nigger” @UofOklahoma #whatareyougoingtodo ???? pic.twitter.com/ccWGnG4L7N— gabby (@GabbyHahaa) January 18, 2019
Tri-Delta responded to the incident on Friday by promising they would looked into this.
"Found as a society that shall be kind alike to all, Tri Delta deeply regret the insensitive and offensive actions of one of our members," said the statement.
The school also called out the students for what happened.
"We were made aware of an inappropriate and derogatory video circulating on social media of two OU students," University President James L. Gallogly and Interim Associate Vice President Jane Irungu said in a statement. "The University of Oklahoma abhors such conduct and condemns the students’ actions and behavior in the strongest terms possible. While students have the freedom of expression, the negative impact of such conduct cannot be underestimated. The students have offered to apologize in order to reflect their regret."