Sunday, October 30, 2016

Beggars Night!

Pretty stupid.

Be safe this Halloween. Drink and party responsibly.

What's the deal with white people wearing racially offensive attire?

Two incidents that happened over the weekend has social media lit up. You know some White people believe it's funny to dress up in attire to represent a theme. It's pretty damn offensive when White people dress up in attire disrespecting Latinos, Muslims, Native Americans and Black people.

Then of course they play the hapless victim when they're called out for their subvert racism.

University of Central Arkansas had to put a student in the freezer after he posted on social media himself in blackface. He was mocking Bill Cosby, the disgrace media mogul who is accused of raping numerous women. He's facing a trail in one case.

A white University of Central Arkansas student has been expelled — and his fraternity chapter is now suspended — after he posted a photo on Instagram showing himself in blackface, apparently portraying Cosby.

The student, sophomore Brock Denton, said online he is “scared for my life” after facing death threats for the controversial costume.

Denton privately posted a photo on his Instagram page last week showing him in blackface and a Cosby-style sweater, standing with two other white men.

He wrote with the photo, “It was a bold night.”

Denton’s frat, Sigma Tau Gamma, held its Halloween party on Friday, according to The Echo student newspaper.

The school immediately cracked down, expelling Denton and suspending the campus' Sigma Tau Gamma chapter, pending an investigation into the post.

After his icing, Denton begged for forgiveness in a lengthy Instagram post filled with syntax errors.

“I have been sent death threats, threats to burn my house down. I am scared for my life,” he wrote.

“I am the farthest thing from discrimination (sic), as a matter of fact I fight for equality everyday, I’ve been writing a book for the past two years on what it really means to be a good person.”

He also blamed social media for creating a “corrupted society in regard to heated controversial topics such as this.”

“Please except my apology not because of me but because of the sake of this great nation (sic),” Denton wrote.

Denton has since deleted his social media.

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