Previously, we brought you the story about Triggerish Tammy, aka, the white girl who made up a word to try to defend her use of the N-word in a text to who was supposed to be her future roommate.
That roommate is black and apparently not cool with the explanation. You see, Tammy, real name Courtney Schaefer, is a student at Georgia Southern University and was texting her then soon to be roommate, but forgot to separate the conversations she was having with, presumably, another white girl or guy.
Here’s the convo…
She blamed her racism on auto correct wow pic.twitter.com/TaLt30Fe5Z— Extraordinary low IQ person (@Joe_SBA) July 20, 2018
You’ll notice she says, “Her insta looks pretty normal, not too n*****ish.” Yeah, and then her explanation below that: “I meant to say triggerish, meaning like, you seemed really cool nothing that triggered a red flag! I'm so embarrassed I apologize.”
Lots of people have offered up responses since the texts were made public including the victim’s friend and the school’s interim president. No one was more ruthless than social media though.
Who tf uses the word “triggerish”— Rakeim 🌹 (@_KxngRa) July 19, 2018
Niggerish auto corrects to Nigeria and triggerish autocorrects to triggering...you didn’t make a typo, you got caught.— jay🔱 (@jaydesean_) July 20, 2018
Lmfaoo she explained triggerish like it was fetch and we didn’t understand new slang— M’DYKU 🇱🇷 (@tethegreat) July 20, 2018
“it’s not too triggerish” hoe, that don’t even sound right— tequila trigger (@lexthetrapgod) July 19, 2018
Ready to participate in some triggerish activities this weekend!— LG (@AllHail_LG) July 20, 2018
mood: triggerish.— Gratuity Tucci (@_casketpretty) July 20, 2018
Triggerish AF pic.twitter.com/bT3N9rkpbg— Ceesa Rae (@TheCiera) July 20, 2018
Laughter is one way to try to cope with the pain of racism. Apparently, no dicipline has yet been handed down to Schaefer, so social media shaming will have to do for the time being.
"Autocorrect." SMH. Facepalm.
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