Grundlestiltskin Mom Plays Race Card, Posts Pics Of 11 Year Old Kid Trying On Bras At Victoria’s Secret 5 Minutes Before They Closed For Free $200 Gift Card
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This happened last week in Houston and we wanted to blog about it but got distracted with all the Facebook drama. But it’s got all the elements of a ratchtacular story – allegations of racism, exploitation of her own children, using the Internet to attack a business, awesome spelling and grammar, and of course free gift cards:
The best part is she tagged all the local news affiliates AND World Star Hip Hop. You can’t forget to tag World Star Hip Hop.
So let me get this straight. Mom goes bra shopping with her daughter 5 minutes before the store closes. They tell her the changing rooms were closed, and instead of just coming back the next day she made her 11 year daughter try on the bra in front of a bunch of strangers and screamed racism until they gave her a $200 gift card to shut her up. Then she goes home and exploits her child by posting her pictures trying on bras on her Facebook page, which ends up going viral.
Seems about right.
Obviously the only logical conclusion one can reach is that the Victoria’s Secret is racist. What else could it be? I know from working in retail that we LOVED it when white people showed up five minutes before closing and kept us all there for another 20 minutes. That was awesome, and we put it up with it because they were white. Definitely.
Does this look like the kind of woman who wouldn’t exploit her child on Facebook in order to play the race card?
This Grundlestiltskin decided to extend her 15 minutes of ratchet fame by going on Fox 26 News in Houston to talk about it as well:
The Facebook commentary was fantastic, but unfortunately it was taken down by the Facebook police. She was getting destroyed, but it hasn’t stopped her from screenshotting messages she received from people which of course she calls “racist”:
I guess it’s racist to call someone bitchy now too.
And if anyone has anything to say about the child she exploited then our ass will be in jail, and she’s calling up her lawyer for a deformation lawsuit:
Can’t wait for that lawsuit to come to fruition. Everyone knows that when you post pictures of your 11 year old daughter on Facebook trying on bras during closing time at Victoria’s Secret, you can sue anyone who comments on your public Facebook page who criticizes your parenting decisions. Definitely.