An Air Force sergeant was removed from her “supervisory” position and is under investigation after posting a Facebook video where she ranted against lower-ranking “black females” for having “no f*****g respect.”
Tech. Sgt. Geraldine Lovely, who was stationed at Nellis Air Force Base, in Las Vegas, has since deleted the inflammatory video, yet it has been shared by other Facebook uses. Her profanity-filled rant went viral and resulted in a demand for the military to remove her.
In her video, Lovely says every Black female subordinate she encounters always gives her an attitude.
“It pisses me the f**k off that they have no respect and constantly have an attitude,” Lovely says in the video. “What the f**k is up with that?”
Lovely was wearing her Air Force uniform in the video.
“They’re talking down to me. I’m trying to tread lightly as a higher-ranking (non-commissioned officer) to not blow the f**k up and start a fight club,” she ranted.
“Everytime I f**king talk to them, it’s like I’m just some stupid a** girl that doesn’t even deserve to be talked to as a person,” Lovely added.
Officials at the base launched an investigation to determine if Lovely’s remarks are representative of a larger issue within the force.
"While the actions of this individual are inappropriate and unacceptable, we are using this unfortunate situation to continue a dialogue with our Airmen about the topic of good order and discipline," base officials said in a statement.
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