Georgia Principal Goes on Racist Rant at Graduation, Son Blames ‘N*ggers’
A Georgia principal whose rant about black people prematurely walking out of a graduation ceremony has blamed Satan for her remarks – only to have her son reignite controversy by blaming “n*ggers” in a racist Facebook post.
TNT Academy Principal Nancy Gordeuk apologized for her choice of words, saying the devil made them “come out of my mouth.”
Video of the event, which has since gone viral, shows Gordeuk criticize people for mistakenly leaving early before the valedictorian’s speech.
“You people are so rude to not listen to this speech,” Gordeuk said as the valedictorian stood next to her. “It was my fault that we missed it in the program. Look who’s leaving, all the black people.”
After she was slammed after the video was posted, Gordeuk sent an email to parents saying, “The devil was in my house and came out of my mouth. I deeply apologize for my racist comment and hope that forgiveness is in your hearts.”
Meanwhile, her son Travis attempted to defend his mom on Facebook, but did so by writing, “Yall n—-s arent’s talkin about sh-t so if you got something to say come see me face to face.”
He later deleted the post and wrote, “I hope everyone had a great mothers day and to everyone tgere are ppl hating getting on my page and posting sh-t so Imm sorry in advance if it happrbx [sic].”