he made the racist statements when he was 16! let him back into harvard!

kyle kashuv doesn’t deserve to stay in harvard.
he can beg,
plead,
and turn his white tears into lemonade.
he’s pretty much done.
i read his entire thread on his twitter this morning:

as well as watched this

…and i still have no sympathy.
he seems very “out of touch“.
i pondered on my own twitter this morning:

Why do jackals feel it’s okay to make racist statements and think they won’t get cancelled?

like,
how does that work?
i’m sure he wouldn’t call young baller wolves “nigger jocks” in person.

as well as this in an alleged class document:

why did he think ^that would be okay?
and why did he think harvard would turn a blind eye?
i guess he thought using the “victim act” from parkland would help.

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welp!
he could as well sign up for community college and keep it moving.
let this yet another lesson to everyone else.

lowkey: he finally took “harvard” out of his twitter bio…

i see he is a trump advocate too…

all kinds of cancelled.
i can see him working for “fox news” in his near future tho.

Author: jamari fox

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6 thoughts on “he made the racist statements when he was 16! let him back into harvard!”

  1. I was dying laughing at his tweets. Especially when his shock at Harvard judging him for something he did years ago. Literally the entire point of a college app. Hilarious.

  2. As a child, I got in trouble for using the n-word. I didn’t even know about the racial slurs for other races until I took a class on race in 12th grade. I think to be racist at 16, you seek it out. That “racist in the past” BS is MOOT.

    Whenever we get shot, they pull up us jaywalking to justify it. Let him rot in a gap year. Crucify them for their past and hold them accountable. PERIOD.

  3. Sorry, but Harvard and most schools are evaluating your undergraduate admission based on your high school career, including when you are 16. Most applicants to most schools, let alone Harvard, are not running around making light of the n-word and saying “kill all the Jews” online like Kyle Kashuv did. His poor judgment and hate-mongering has consequences, as Harvard is teaching him. So he’s learning a good lesson.

    Also, why should he get a pass when Black children with toy guns are shot dead by cops who pay no price for doing so, when Black children are treated as adults despite being minors when they commit crimes, or Black youth even have to spend YEARS in jail like the Central Park Five or Kalief Browder when they are actually innocent of alleged crimes? White privilege is a MF.

    BTW, Florida has very fine, affordable public universities. As a state resident with good grades Kyle Kashuv should consider attending one of them.

  4. I am glad this happened, it will teach him and other racists a lesson. If he said it at 16, then he has to be 18 now, so that is not very long ago. He is likely the exact same person he was then. The damage is done and he deserved to be punished.

  5. So, I think the comments are spot on. The problem is that we coddle racist and make excuses for their racism. As much as it’s about Kyle Kashuv it’s also about his parents, his friends, his community, his school all the entities that played a part in planting that seed and watching it grow, why are all those entities being shielded. I don’t buy the excuse that he was just trying to be controversial or provocative, if you read his comments there was nothing provocative, he was just showing who he was and probably still is. If this were a black kid from the inner city that had done something inappropriate we would be blaming his parents, community, culture, music, etc

  6. So, I think the comments are spot on. The problem is that we coddle racist and make excuses for their racism. As much as it’s about Kyle Kashuv it’s also about his parents, his friends, his community, his school all the entities that played a part in planting that seed and watching it grow, why are all those entities being shielded. I don’t buy the excuse that he was just trying to be controversial or provocative, if you read his comments there was nothing provocative, he was just showing who he was and probably still is. If this were a black kid from the inner city that had done something inappropriate we would be blaming his parents, community, culture, music, etc

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