High school cheerleaders record video screaming 'f**k n*ggers'

Frederick Owens
October 19, 2017

Five white female high school students in Utah are being investigated for their actions in which they appear to say derogatory racial slurs on a video that went viral since its Monday release. In the video, the group of junior and senior girls scream "f**k n**gers" while smiling and laughing. "We are trying to determine when the video was made, where it was filmed, why the students would engage in such conduct, and how the clip ended up on social media". Nevertheless, it's very evident that the girls were aware of what they appeared to be saying in the video while they were recording and when they made a decision to post it.

We are shocked by the conduct of these students and the contents of the video.

They initially recorded themselves shouting a different, nonsensical phrase and uploaded it to an app that played it backward to produce the offensive words, Findlay said.

Many students who viewed the video have claimed that regardless of whether the girls were saying "surgeon cuff" or "f*ck n***ers", the intention is the same.

A horrifying video of five high school girls giggling as they repeatedly blurt out the N-word has surfaced.

While they may not have actually said the words, the girls in the video knew very well what they were doing, and it sounds like they'll be facing some severe consequences as a result.

"We are taking the matter very seriously and will be thorough in the investigation".

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The clip was initially posted on Instagram and shows the girls riding in a vehicle shouting, "f*** n***ers" into the camera while smiling and giggling.

While another wrote, 'It was recorded a year ago, and shared during this school year so they obviously still think it's amusing and acceptable, or they would've deleted it and forgotten about it.

"She wants the cheerleaders suspended from the squad and the other students given discipline involving one of their activities".

The video is the latest in teens getting caught on camera for their racist behavior.

Netizens took to social media to condemn the video, parents included.

"The students were on a trip outside of school on their own personal time", School district spokesman Lane Findlay told the Salt Lake Tribune. It's just completely inappropriate'.

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