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Black teen at Olathe West pummels racist white kid

Black student stomps white kid/KC Defender

Black student pummels racist kid.

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OLATHE — A viral video shows a black student named TJ at Olathe West High School pummeling a racist white kid for spewing the N-word. The beatdown transpired in the hallway in front of several classmates who refused to intervene. “B*tch ass n*gga! Shut the f*ck up!” TJ screamed while thwacking the Caucasian in the countenance repeatedly. “Say it to my face, n*gga!” The belligerent African American then kicked the teen multiple times as he laid helplessly on the floor in a fetal position. TJ held a press conference afterwards to give an elucidation. He said white students typically saunter through the halls yelling “n*gger” without repercussions. After his complaints to faculty members fell upon deaf ears, TJ took matters into his own hands and was subsequently expelled. “My name is TJ. I was a junior at Olathe West,” he told the Kansas City Defender. “My experience at Olathe West was, like, the racism’s there. A lot of kids just walk around, going around with that N-word like it’s normal to them, like it’s OK. It’s just, like, it’s a part of their vocabulary. Last year, before this situation happened, there was a situation where [he] said the word. Like, said it. [I] heard it directly. And I went to the office, to the administration and told them.”

Were TJ’s actions justified?

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This Post Has 48 Comments

  1. He had to whoop his ass to bring attention to this matter because if he just told a teacher nothing was going to happen like always. This was the only way to let them know that word needs to stay out their mouth.

  2. Black student needs to be charged and tried. Words do not justify assault. Dumb ass.

  3. Anybody who thinks its okay for physical punching ANYBODY is stupid. This black guy is a dipshit. A word doesnt mean punching someone. Fix your violent culture BLM

  4. No freedom of speech anymore? That violent person violated his civil rights! Sticks and stones might break my bones, but words will never hurt me. There is an infinite difference between words and actions.

  5. They are both wrong and should be in trouble but the black individual chose to hit the white individual, he didn’t have to hit the individual, that is pass being called a ugly word but then again, they are just kids so I’m not surprised it got to the black boy, it’s not a word like any other because it has a history all on it’s own, you can’t deny history so just his actions should be the worry but the white individual should apologize for saying that word to a black individual, it’s not all his fault but that’s just my opinion 😅💯

  6. what he said deserves ann azz whoopin… but…he cant just go put his hands on anyone..because of name calling..even if it is racist…I been called spic several times…and got put in jail for beating this girl my past that is..even though she deserved what was coming..i still had no right to beat her up for being I have an assault on my record..and she dont

  7. Mama always told me sometimes you gotta wash some people mouth out with a slap!!!

  8. That’s what the bitch gets. He should’ve stomped his ass some more. Fuck them. Im tired of them.

  9. Welp 🤷🏽‍♀️🤷🏽‍♀️ I hope he learned a very valuable lesson……

  10. Why the fuck does no one care when a black dude calls a white dude a cracker?

  11. I’m white and sometimes we definitely need a little correction to say the least. I’m not sure about that though.

  12. i feel so bad for those kids but also proud when they stand up for themselves. some of yall were raised right. that schools faculty’s probably full of racist bigots and pedophiles.

  13. I get it he’s racist . But y’all are applauding a young black male committing assault …. REGARDLESS what he said ! He was just as wrong …. What is wrong with y’all…. This is why the state of young blk males is the way it is now ….

  14. Moral of the story: don’t use the n word, regardless if u r black or not

  15. Keep calling Black people the N word. You will get clapped black.

  16. I got called the N word in 5th grade. It was my first time hearing it and I didn’t know what it meant but I cried anyway. Now as a college student, I know what it means and I don’t think I would respond if I heard it. Like so what? It can’t hurt me because that’s not me. That word doesn’t describe me and I refuse to let a word people created for us out of hate change my character in any way. He shouldn’t have hit him imo. I understand he felt dehumanized and likely that hurt his soul but what does hitting him do but prove to them exactly what they already think about us? They definitely should both be punished tho!

  17. Black people insult themselves by getting offended by a word, then they condemn themselves by turning to physical violence in response. Not to mention they constantly reinforce the most typical of stereotypes connected to their people. What’s most hilarious is that the word itself, regardless of how rich white American southerners used to use the word in their own ignorance, is just a description of appearance, more specifically, skin color. What changed was merely the perception and spelling of the word itself as it spanned through different languages, Latin, Spanish, British English, and ultimately in this case.. what white Americans like to call “English”.

    There is merely presumed hate behind the word, there isn’t actually any direct description connected to it besides again, color.

    So, some white Americans use a descriptive word that technically holds no real descriptive hate behind it, to be hateful, while what seems like the majority, if not all of the black community get offended by it. Americans all seem to have one thing in common, they’re stupid, and they barely even understand their OWN language. Generally it was never intended to be a slur, it spans back long before colonial times. Be like a white person getting insulted if you refer to them by their skin color in a different language. It would be equally stupid.


  19. I think this would be a wonderful opportunity to pause for a moment and give thanks for the great contributions of the Black community to our society. Their peaceful and generous nature make them ideal neighbors, lending testimony to their exceptional family values and parenting skills unrivaled by any other culture. Their commitment to academic excellence enriches our schools and serves as an example to all who hope to achieve prominence as a people. Real estate values are fueled by the mix of African Americans into an area due to their caring and respectful nature of these communities, an example of all they have achieved through their enthusiasm for self-improvement by hard work and a self-reliant can-do nature. Without their industrious and creative drive, we would most undoubtedly be poorer as a nation.

  20. Sometimes when the authorities are known NOT to respond appropriately, the people respond themselves.
    The school should position itself to protect ALL students, not just the white ones. Violence should not be tolerated in schools. Neither should weaponized racial language. Both students should face some type of correction in this case.

  21. This fair and unequal treatment against Black People has been going on for a long time. I’m glad that young man stood up for himself.

  22. It’s about damn time! Stand up and take your respect. Somebody give that Young man an award!
    You got to fight the power!

  23. Funny when a black person or liberals say something hateful it’s free speech but when it’s the other way around it’s racist. I guess if anyone needs racism it would be democrats since that started it when they brought slaves to this country and started the kkk. Where I live 5 black guys beat a white guy so bad because they said they hate white people that he’s a vegetable. It wasn’t considered a hate crime though funny how that works

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