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WHITE TEARS: Two High School Seniors EXPELLED For Viral 'How To Make A N-Word' TikTok, Pleads For People To Stop Contacting School

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When being racist backfires! Two Georgia high school seniors have been expelled and will not graduate after posting a racist TikTok using the n-word. Now one of them is crying white tears, playing victim as they often do. More inside…

Save those white tears! You weren’t crying when you were on TikTok teaching people “How To Make A N****.”

Stephanie Freeman – a white high school senior in Georgia – and Jeffery Hume – her boyfriend and also a high school senior – have been expelled from school after posting a racist TikTok video that went viral. The two Carrollton High School students shared a video on TikTok on “How To Make N******,” like a mock cooking video that folks have been doing for "How to make melanin magic" and things of that sort.

And now, they will NOT be graduating.

Dr. Mark Albertus - Carrollton City Schools superintendent – said the students’ behavior was “unacceptable” and that it was “not representative of the district’s respect for all people.” “The racist behavior observed in the video easily violates this standard,” Albertus told the AJC. “They are no longer students at Carrollton High School.”

While face-to-face classes have been suspended for the remainder of the academic year, the school year is not officially over. The seniors in the video were set to graduate this spring, but district spokeswoman Julianne Foster confirmed they won’t be receiving their diplomas or walking across the stage with their classmates. Womp.

One of their classmates saw the racist video on TikTok and then posted it on Twitter. It now has over 8 million views. “Okay I know this probably isn’t going to get a lot of views but I just thought I’d show everyone how racist the kids at my school are. The girl’s name is Stephanie Freeman and she’s a senior at Carrollton High School,” the Twitter user wrote in the caption.

In the clip, Stephanie and Jeffery are making a “recipe” for “n******.” The wrote the n-word on a sheet of paper and placed it in the sink. Then, they start adding in the “ingredients” which include “black” and other stereotypes like “don’t have a dad,” “eats watermelon and fried chicken,” “robs people” and “goes to jail.”

Check it:




Some of their friends even tried to defend them:



Learned behavior.

Stephanie had plans on attending the University of West Georgia. When she found out that there was a public campaign to contact the college, that's when she changed up her tune. After getting dragged relentlessly, Stephanie hopped on her IG Stories to apologize. And it's one of the weakest apologies we've seen in a while:

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First, she threw her boyfriend under the bus, making claims that he "normalized racism on her." Girl, bye.

“I want to apologize for the abhorrent video I posted,” she wrote. “I know in my heart how wrong it was. My BF is racist and he slowly normalized his racism on me. Still I should never have let him. I believe blacks are human too, made in the image of Christ. I have disappointed God and I want to apologize.”

“Please don’t contact my college. It’s my future and one mistake should not ruin a life,” she continued. And the "I believe blacks are human too" really took us out.

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Of course, she threw God in the mix and reminded everyone that they should forgive.

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"I promise to dedicate my life to serving God and treating every human being with respect," she wrote. "I did not expect the public to forgive me, nor do I deserve it. But I pray God forgives my sins. That’s the only way we heal. But I do take issue with one thing: hatred does not defeat hatred. Threatening, bullying and cancelling me will not resolve the world’s problems. "Please, I urge everyone to seek God and find peace in him. I understand why people are angry at me, but how will ruining my life change that? My parents live on fear for my life. This is not fair!"

Welp. That's what you get Stephanie.

Here's how Jeffery "apologized":



Along with being expelled, Jeffery was also kicked off his wrestling team:


Play stupid games, receive stupid prizes.


Photo: TikTok Screenshot

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