Following what is described as “one of the most racist, redneck Missourah scenes imaginable,” a Missouri woman was “immediately terminated” from her job, the Riverfront Times reported Monday.
Tabitha Duncan, 20, of Jefferson County had been employed at the Social Bar and Grill until the video was posted on Snapchat, then shared on Facebook.
The video showed the woman, who is not old enough to consume alcohol, with a Michelob Ultra — riding on top of a pickup truck driving down a dark country road.
“So we going n****r hunting today or what?” an off-camera male says.
“We’re going n****r hunting,” answers another man — who may be the driver, hanging outside the vehicle.
“We’re fucking n****r hunting right now, uh?” the off-camera male replies.
“You get them n****s,” Duncan then says with a smile, as the narrator tells her how pretty she is.
“Social Bar and Grill and it’s owners have recently become aware of a vile, disgusting, and offensive video made by one of its employees,” the statement read. “Upon learning of this, Social Bar and Grill immediately terminated this employee as soon as they could reach her!”
The Riverfront Times reported that Duncan’s personal Facebook page included memes supporting Donald Trump and a meme bashing NFL players protesting police brutality by kneeling during the National Anthem.
“Social Bar and Grill and it’s owners continue to encourage and seek diversity in its restaurant,” the company claimed.