Tabitha Duncan, the 20-year-old who was caught on video making racial slurs has not only been fired from her waitressing job — but she also got booted from the Air Force.
The Air Force Reserve on Friday booted a 20-year-old recruit who said “You get them n—–s” in a video that went viral earlier this week.
The recruit, identified as Tabitha Duncan, “is in the process of being released from her enlistment in the Air Force,” Lt. Col. Chad Gibson said Thursday, according to the Air Force Times.
“The video, released days after her enlistment, is intolerable and does not reflect the values of the Air Force,” Gibson said.
The viral Snapchat video shows Duncan and a group of friends spewing racial epithets as they drive down a dark road.
It starts with someone off-camera saying, “So we going n—-r hunting today or what?”
“We’re going n—-r hunting,” a second person responds.
That’s when Duncan yells, “you get them n—–s.”
“I was underage drinking and I said something stupid,” Duncan told the Daily News on Tuesday.
She apologized for her remarks but claimed that her having black friends proves she’s not a racist.
She was fired from her waitressing job after the Social Bar & Grill in St. Louis caught wind of her remarks.
The restaurant said it “immediately terminated Duncan” after it viewed the “vile, disgusting and offensive video.”
Duncan, meanwhile, is begging for forgiveness.
“I was intoxicated. I have black friends, I have black people in my family, I didn’t mean it.”