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'Black supremacist' posts video of herself speaking at her father's funeral — and blasting him as a 'racist, misogynistic, xenophobic, Trump-loving, cis straight white man'

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Image source: TikTok video screenshot via @saginthesunforever

A TikTok user who called herself a "black supremacist" in her bio is getting some attention for a video on her page that she said shows her speaking at her father's funeral — and in it she blasts him as a "racist, misogynistic, xenophobic, Trump-loving, cis straight white man."

Image source: TikTok bio @sageinthesunforever

The video is from @saginthesunforever; it was posted Nov. 6 and has received more than 174,000 views as of Thursday afternoon. Since @saginthesunforever's account was made private Thursday afternoon — and her bio was wiped as well — here's a look at the video in question, courtesy of Libs of TikTok:

Here's what @saginthesunforever said from the stage; there were gasps at certain points. And while one listener in the crowd was heard hollering, "Aww, come on!" after the speech, there also was applause:

"But Dad, please know that while I am grateful and highly aware of all that you've given this family, I still don't miss you. When you died, I felt like there was a hole. I missed something, but it wasn't you. It was the idea of what you could become. I missed being able to hope and wish that one day you'd turn a corner and see the world from my perspective. I missed the idea that one day you might help me fight for the things that matter. I missed my fantasy of you. Because when you died it solidified the fact that you'll never be what you could have been but only what you are. And what you are is a racist, misogynistic, xenophobic, Trump-loving cis straight white man. That is all you will ever be to me. And Dad, before you tell me to respect the dead, please remember that you disrespected and disregarded the lives and deaths of entire communities of people with your ideology. You told me to never back down, so I won't. You know for a fact that ... I'm not afraid to share my piece. You are everything I aspire not to be, and I refuse to stand up here and sing the praises of a man who is the paradigm of white supremacy. So I'll take your racist mindset, I'll take your money, and I'll take your advice. And I swear to God I will make this world a better place, not at all because of you, but in exact opposition to you. Thank you."

It turns out @saginthesunforever, also on Nov. 6, posted a shorter clip from her speech that has attracted over 1.7 million views. The text accompanying it reads, "Friendly reminder that [I don't give a f***] and WILL say what needs to be said every single time."

How are viewers reacting?

Nearly 1,800 comments as of Thursday afternoon have been left with the longer clip, and an initial look at them shows commenters by and large love the video:

  • "This generation is fearless, and [I] am here for it," one commenter wrote.
  • "It was actually very important that you said that in public and probably a healing moment for you," another user said.
  • "Amazing! Death doesn't erase who a person actually was and automatically grant them respect," another commenter observed. "You are an inspiration."
  • "Why do I feel revived?" another commenter asked.
  • "This was free therapy," another commenter added. "Thank you for being honest and speaking on behalf of so many children struggling to connect with their dad ..."
  • "I have said almost those exact words to my mothers face, and then some, so I know I won’t get the opportunity to speak at her funeral," another commenter predicted.
  • "You are incredibly strong," another commenter said. "This is beautiful, and I’m so sorry for the way the world and your father has treated you."
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