... there will always be someone with hate in their heart towards you."
In this crazy world where everyone can look up everything on everyone else, a waitress lost her job after a viral post by one of the people she served came to the attention of management.
Patrons looked up her profile and saw her complaints about serving a group of black people. She used horrible derogatory language as well.
Stupid of her. Comments on this news story blame Trump and a hostile political atmosphere. Nope! Not buying it. Her employer was completely justified in firing her; that's all that business needs is for people who openly identify themselves as working for them firing off crap like that.
A smart person would use a pseudonym for launching into complaints or rants or whathaveyou. Then again, a smart person probably wouldn't say such things for public consumption so there you go.
I'm not black but I sure identified. I hate that sinking feeling when you discover that someone you thought liked you, and was a nice person, is really talking about you behind your back. I think I would be a paranoid black person because every time someone doesn't like me, I'd have to wonder if they just don't like me or they just don't like that I'm black or a little of both.
I hope I would react with half the grace Chelsea Mayes did. “This ‘n—–‘ is praying for you," she wrote. "This ‘n—–‘ loves you and there’s nothing you can do about it!”