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

Cheryl Sanders
October 18, 2017

The Salt Lake Tribune reported that the video featured juniors and seniors at Weber High School in Odgen.

The phrase appears to be uttered six times, usually individually, though sometimes in unison by the girls captured on camera.

According to Deseret News, it has been suggested that the teens may actually be saying a random phrase that simply sounds like "f*** n***ers" because it's played backwards.

School officials have started an investigation and the matter is being taken very seriously.

While three of the girls have been confirmed to be cheerleaders, it is not clear if the video was filmed on the school's campus.

After one of the teens shared the post on Instagram, outraged classmates ripped the video and uploaded it to Twitter and YouTube. Officials were alerted to the video clip on Monday after it erupted across social media.

He added: "Certainly, there are no excuses for this type of behavior, but they are still children in a sense and hopefully this will be a learning experience for them and others". Screen shotWeber High School cheerleaders racist video: And the condemnation came in force.

Weber School District is investigating the situation to determine if the girls have violated the school's code of conduct in any way.

Findlay said that the students have been "very apologetic" for the video, but would be held accountable. The parents, peers and nearly certainly some religulous organization all teach and reinforce this kind of mindless hatred'.

A video of five Utah students recorded a year ago has since gone viral, and some of the girls in the video are receiving death threats, according to KSTU.

'They were fully aware of what they did and posted it because they thought it was amusing, ' one person said.

Jeanetta Williams, president of NAACP's tri-state conference area of Idaho-Utah-Nevada, called the video appalling.

"PLEASE call the school and DEMAND these people no longer be in a representation position for the school", another user wrote on Facebook.

The spokesman also told the Deseret News that officials are now determining where the video originated.

Findlay said the school is debating punishments for the girls, which may include counseling, removal from the cheerleading team, and expulsion from school. However the video was made, it is completely inappropriate'.

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