This Dad Disowned His Daughter For Doing Something ‘Vulgar’ And ‘Despicable’: Dating A Black Guy

02.20.16 2 years ago 19 Comments

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Despite Kanye West and Kim Kardashian breaking down the interracial relationship barrier for the rest of the world to freely intermix and mingle, it’s still hard for interracial couples to openly show their love without being harassed or disowned.

Stephanie Hicks, a white teenage girl, shared a loving letter her racist, Bible-thumping dad gave her after she refused to break up with Nike, her black boyfriend. Apparently, the thought of his daughter being tainted by a black teen is just too “vulgar” and “despicable” for his bigoted brain to accept.

“While it may not be anti-biblical,” the dad writes, “I know that I will never accept it, and I’ll never forgive you. My belief is that interracial relationships are despicable, vulgar and reprehensible.”

As if his daughter being in an interracial relationship isn’t repulsive enough, the racist fears the union will lead to a mixed race baby, which, apparently, takes the cake for being THE worst sh** in the history of life. “There’s nothing worse than a half-black, and I’m crushed that my own daughter has entered into such a disgusting relationship,” he continues.

The distraught dad ends the letter with an ultimatum, telling his daughter to either end her “sickening” relationship with Nike or be disowned.

“Take my information out of your phone, and DO NOT attempt to contact me again, the rest of your life. Change your name as soon as possible, because I won’t have any association with you. Ever.” Bummer.

After posting the letter on social media, Stephanie was bombarded with racist tweets and threats, some siding with her father and “warning” her that her boyfriend was going to leave her a single mother. It was all just too much to bear and she deleted her entire account. The boyfriend, though, remains active and recently posted a kissing picture as a glorious F-U to the haters.

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