Get him lord is it gonna be every day,,???? The unidentified person who posted the video appeared all teary-eyed and remorseful during the apology video that was filmed with her father sitting right next to her.
I stuck to songs that were truly TikTok hits and didn't necessarily see major mainstream play so that means no Lil Nas X or Lizzo.
Needless to say, Twitter felt little sympathy for her.
Freeman and Hume centered their video on creating a Black person while using the n-word.
On Monday, she posted a note on her Instagram page that said she was receiving death threats.
This little ditty started as a way of communicating regret — but then it got a remix for when you want to relay positive choices as well.
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I am no longer going to my dream college and my boyfriend and I now have no future.