Racist Randolph Chick Says She Was Hacked, Even Though The Hacker Also Doesn’t Capitalize Letters And Dumb White People Are Pretending To Believe Her
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The other day we blogged about this chick from Randolph who checked some woman’s privilege because she was white and wanted to join a Facebook page that she hoped would giver her some insight on ethnic hair salons for her biracial children and grandchildren. She let it be known that she was sick and tired of this white women stealing black men and producing “mixed babies running around looking crazy with ungreased scalps.”
Well, now that she’s been publicly shamed for being a textbook racist, she’s playing the “I was hacked” card:
So let me get this straight. Someone gained access to your computer or social media by gaining your password. Yet they didn’t change the password after that, and you were able to log back into your account. Oh, and they didn’t bother draining your bank account, fucking with your account, or any other destructive things a hacker would normally do. Instead they just made one post that oddly enough seems to align with your general political beliefs towards racial issues:
Newsflash – no one believes you when you say you’re hacked. Tyler Seguin, Jimmy Garoppolo, and a bunch of other athletes and celebrities have tried this before. No one believed them and no one believes you now.
As several very astute turtle riders pointed out, the “hacker” has eerily similar writing style to Yasmin. Notice they both start most sentences without capitalizing the first letter, and the both like to use a lower case “i” when a capitalized “I” is required:
Looks like Yasmin isn’t the only who “stay woke.”
But here’s the thing Yasmin, right after you saw the blog the first thing you did was go on Facebook and say that your words were “misconstrued”:
Which is weird, because if your account was hacked then those words weren’t yours. Yea, you’re not good at lying.
I’m not sure if her friends are actually dumb enough to believe her, but they’re sure pretending they are. Especially the white ones:
Hey Carolyn – try harder to alleviate your white guilt. You can’t. I know that you think by defending any black person on social media you’re proving that you’re one of the “good ones,” but you’re really just perpetuating bigotry.
But for what it’s worth Carolyn, we did have this exact type of crusade against white nationalist postings. We actually identified, shamed, and humiliated some stachebro from Soutboro who was in the infamous tiki torch picture in Charlottesville. Then we dedicated an entire blog to making fun of the top 18 dumb comments defending the protest in Virginia.
Of course, this is what we’re dealing with:
So it all kind of makes sense now.
Other friends found a way to turn her into the victim:
“I’m sorry this happen to you Yasmin.” LOL. As if she had nothing to do with it. She went on Facebook and warned against the evils of race mixing. In 2017. But yea, this happened to her totally on accident.
My biggest issue with Yasmin is that she’s not just owning it. You said something racist. You’re a bigot. Luckily you are black so you can play the, “only white people can be racist” card. Why you went with the “I was hacked” play is beyond me. Rookie move on your part. Now she’s claiming that she’s cool with interracial baby making, and she “ain’t not bitch” so she doesn’t need a no whites allowed safe haven:
Plus, she “don’t hold tongue”
Oh, and she’s oppressed:
Yea guys, stop playing the race card!! Only Yasmin (or the people hacking her account) can do that.
We invited Yasmin on Turtleboy Live to give her side of the story but she hasn’t gotten back to us. Looks like she does hold her tongue after all.
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