Just recently, a Singaporean lady had suffered the wrath of netizens after posting racist remarks against the Indian community on social media.
Here’s what she posted:
Her status was obviously dissing the Indian commuters’ smell. Rude much?
Soon, netizens became riled up and started roasting her.
An angry netizen said:
“Next time you want to eat prata don’t go to an Indian shop, ask your mother to flip for you *b.”
Desperately trying to cover up her mistake, she then updated her post with a clarification. Too late bruh, the fire has already started.
Despite claiming her status was purely hypothetical, nobody bought her explanation. Netizens ain’t gonna let you off the hook that easy man!
Eventually she had to remove the status as the fire got bigger. While many netizens had beef with her ugly racist remark, some just couldn’t stand her appalling language, especially her grammar.
And of course, she gets all the roast that she deserves!
A Twitter user, Thadshaayiniy said:
“Maybe you’d like to give more attention to your English Language, rather than your sense of smell.”
Another user commented:
“What the f**k is ‘sit my beside’? Not only is this girl racist and trying to be funny, her articulation in English is utter bullshit!”
Well, you reap what you sow.
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