Claremont Mom Of White Kid Who Was Lynched For Being Black Says Turtleboy Hacked Her Account, Uncle Lyrik Is Suing Us, GoFundMe Not Even In Her Name
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The other day we blew up the fake news story about a racially motivated lynching of an 8 year old boy in Claremont, NH. Although it’s undeniable that they boy was indeed severely injured when he hung from a noose at an older friend’s house, the story didn’t get much coverage until the child’s mother, Cassandra Merlin, started turning into a racial thing on Facebook:
Except there’s just one problem. It’s hard for Quincy to be the victim of anti-black racism and violence because no one would EVER mistake him for being black:
There was big debate in the comments yesterday about his Dad not being white.
You can call this guy whatever you want, but he’s clearly not majority black anything. And when he makes a kid with a ratchet white chick, the kid is gonna be even less of whatever he is.
Loved this rant too, especially the last paragraph:
“How dare anyone make that assumption based on the pigment of somebody skin? Just because they don’t fit the stereotypical description of a “colored person” means she’s lying about his ethnicity.”
Great point. Whey are we bringing up actual skin color when the mother is using skin color to elicit cash donations to the GoFundMe?
The point remains the same – this child could not possibly have been the victim of a racially motivated hate crime at the hands of white teenagers.
Of course the reason race was brought into it was the GoFundMe. Because you can raise a lot more cash with a biracial kid being lynched than you can with a white kid being injured in a prank. And it’s paid off handsomely:
Here’s the thing though – the GoFundMe, which they claim was started by a stranger, is for “Rebecca Merlin”:
Who is Rebecca Merlin? Well apparently that’s Quincy’s aunt. Except she no longer exists anymore. Now she’s Uncle Lyrik: (on the left)
Yup, Uncle Lyrik. I have no idea what parts Uncle Lyrik AKA Aunt Rebecaa has, but apparently his wife just gave birth. This is all perfectly normal of course. Stop asking questions!
So why is the account in Uncle Lyrik’s name? Well, let’s just pretend you were a single Mom collecting benefits from the state. If you suddenly came into $51,000 from a GoFundMe, your benefits could be in jeopardy. That’s why it’s always good to have an Aunt Rebecca or an Uncle Lyrik around to have the account put in their name instead.
Good thing Aunt Rebecca changed her name and gender identity though. Wouldn’t want her criminal record coming up when someone researched the fam!!
Anyway, new update on this story. Cassandra Merlin has basically shut her Facebook page down because according to her, Turtleboy has hacked her account:
Wait….what? We hacked her account to get her info? Hunny, your page was wide open. You wanted attention and now you got it. We hacked her page? Is this chick Hillary Clinton? Is she saying we went into her account, made a Facebook Live video that featured HER, and then made a bunch of other posts that made it seem like she was turning Quincy’s incident into a racial thing?
LOL. This is the person all idiots who believed her story are getting behind. A professional liar and con-artist. Someone who thinks you’re dumb enough to believe that Turtleboy hacked into her Facebook page to write a story about her. Can’t make this stuff up.
Naturally her hoodrat friends all jumped in line:
Sonya Woodhams was the resident expert on all things hacking:
Nothing gets by this broad!!
After that Uncle Lyrik decided it was time to do what 85% of people featured on Turtleboy end up doing – taking it to Internet court:
We’re fucked now!!
Anyway, we love being right. If you didn’t think she was lying before, how can you possibly trust her now? She literally just accused us of hacking into her account to write a story about her after she made herself a national figure and made over $50,000 in anti-racist pity cash. This is the story the MSM won’t tell you. The truth.
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