In I-wish-a-mother-effer-would news, a silly little white man has found himself in the unemployment line after uploading a pic of himself with his coworker’s son and engaging in an embarrassing thread of derogatory remarks about his race.
As you can see in the image above, Geris Hilton and his friends called the young boy everything but a child of God when he uploaded the picture to Facebook, referring to him as a slave, “sambo,” and an impoverished “feral” kid purchased on the black market. In case you’re unaware, “feral” is a word used only in reference to animals which means “wild beast.” To make matters worse, the child is reportedly deaf and unable to communicate.
We’re not sure what took so long for this post, originally uploaded September 16, to go viral but once it did all hell broke loose — for the racists that is. Black Twitter sleuths not only tweeted their level of disgust at the post, they also tracked down the poster’s personal info and reported his Facebook behavior to his employer. Sorry, former employer. On October 2, the president of Polaris Marketing Group where Hilton had been employed, posted this statement on Facebook:
This morning I was disgusted to learn that one of my former employees made several racially charged comments on his personal Facebook page. Even worse, the comments were directed toward the son of another employee.
It breaks my heart that Sydney and her adorable son Cayden were subjected to such hateful, ignorant and despicable behavior. Cayden visits my office almost every afternoon after daycare, he’s sat at my dinner table and I consider him a part of the PMG family.
The atrocious lies, slander and racism he and his mother have been forced to endure are wholly intolerable. Myself and the entire PMG family in no way condones this kind of behavior and would never willingly associate with anyone who does.
It has no place in the world.
PMG has terminated the employee responsible and will ensure that none of the businesses that we associate with will ever do business with him again.
Michael Da Graca Pinto
Polaris Marketing Group, Inc
According to another report, one of the commenters, Emily Irene Red, was also fired by her employer when they caught wind of her social media activity as well.
Black Twitter justice served.