Hardin-Simmons University in Texas says student who made racist TikTok no longer enrolled – NBC News

A trainee at a private Baptist university in Texas who posted a racist TikTok video online previously this week is “no longer enrolled,” school officials stated Friday.Hardin-Simmons University in Abilene did not reveal the name of the individual who posted the video but acknowledged it was one of their trainees, who was wearing an HSU T-shirt in the video.Let our news meet your inbox. The news and stories that matters, provided weekday early mornings.”Deeply disappointing and an inappropriate social networks post,” Hardin-Simmons President Eric Bruntmyer said in a video statement, including that the post, “does not show the Christian values of HSU.”A student at Hardin-Simmons University, a personal Baptist school in Abilene, in Texas, who published a racist TikTok video online this week is “no longer registered,” school authorities said.TikTokIn the video, the student appears to claim that people overreact to the deaths of Black people eliminated by white people but dont react the very same way to events in which a white individual is eliminated by somebody who is Black.In the initial video, the young woman very first composes the caption, “People when a BLACK person eliminates a BLACK person” which shows her standing with a calm demeanor.The next caption in the video checks out, “People when a BLACK person kills a WHITE person,” and shows the lady remaining calm.At the end of the video the caption shifts to, “People when a WHITE individual kills a BLACK individual,” and shows the lady swallowed up in flames and mouthing madly.”Upon learning about a TikTok post made today by an HSU student, we right away did something about it to address the circumstance and began the required disciplinary procedure,” the university said in a declaration. “We can confirm that the student related to this event is no longer registered at Hardin-Simmons University,” the declaration added.