Photo: AZ Girls Apologize After Racist Rant Video Goes Viral
After their racist rant enraged many, a group of girls in Arizona are apologizing for a YouTube video that went viral back in the fall 2011.
Back in August, a YouTuber by the name of INDV101UA reposted a video of two girls (with an appearance from another) shooting off their mouth about Arizona’s law forcing “f*cking illegals” to take their burritos and “go back to [their] homeland.”
“Illegals, god their so nasty and raunchy,” said one of the girls. “And they have kids every 5 f*cking seconds.”
Another girl addressed education and said teachers are “holding the rest of the class back” because they print out homework in Spanish for those who have trouble with English. She states that “it’s obvious” that those who don’t speak fluent English are not American citizens, “otherwise you would’ve learned English first.”
Following the second girl’s statement, the other makes the nonsensical comment, “It’s like, speak some g*ddamn English and get the f*ck out of our country!”
The video (see third video below) lasts nearly 6 minutes, but its notoriety has grown.
Now that those around the world have seen and commented on the racist rant, the girls are apologizing.
In the apology video, the girls say they “formally deeply apologize for offending, hurting, and disrespecting not just illegals, not just Mexicans, but people from all over the world.”
They go on to say they “didn’t mean to offend anyone,” which is interesting considering the extremely offensive and hateful language they spewed.
In an age when everything put online can never be removed, you think these girls would have realized that there was going to be substantial backlash for what they said.
One of the MANY response videos posted after people saw the original racist rant, many of them seeing it only recently. (See below)