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Syracuse Soccer Player Makes Racist and Homophobic Rant (Warning: Explicit VIDEO)

Hanna Strong

Syrcause Soccer Player Hanna Strong’s Homophobic and Racist Rant Was Caught On Video

Hanna Strong, a senior women’s soccer player at Syracuse University, is the subject of a discrimination investigation after her homophobic and racist rant was caught on camera.

Strong’s hateful remarks were recorded on video and shared to Instagram.

The undated video shows Strong yelling at a black man who is walking away from her with his hands in the air, as if to say, “I give up.”

Strong can be heard screaming “If you touch me, it will be over.” She then turns to the person recording the rant and yells, “Are you recording this? You f—-t a– n—-r. It’s bulls—.”

You can hear the audible shock of the crowd when she says those words.

Syracuse University immediately came out and denounced the video. In a statement released Saturday, Daryl Gross, Syracuse’s director of athletics wrote, “This type of intolerant and hurtful language, focused on both race and sexual orientation, is not part of the culture we seek to foster among our student-athletes and it has no place at Syracuse University.”

Strong has been suspended from the soccer team.

Strong’s last words before the video ends: “Call me out on saying the n-word? I do not give a s—.” She then adds,”Don’t record me saying this!” Oops. Too late.

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