Self-described ‘black supremacist’ calls his father a ‘racist Trump supporter’ during his funeral

A young, self-described ‘black supremacist’ woman appeared to label her father a bigoted Trump supporter in vicious eulogy at her own ‘funeral’.

The woman, who uses the pronouns they/them, posted a video of the speech to her TikTok account last week in which they could be seen addressing a packed auditorium as they called a funeral in the caption.

It’s unclear if the speech actually took place at her father’s funeral, but in it the woman can be seen referring to his death, calling him a “racist, misogynist, xenophobic” and “Trump-loving cis-straight white man.” .’

The video has amassed at least 1.7 million views since it was posted last week, and a longer clip of the speech posted afterwards garnered 166.4 thousand views.

The woman, who goes by Saginthesun online, characterizes herself as a ‘black supremacist’ on her TikTok, which is full of videos decrying capitalism, discussing racism and gender fluidity.

Saginthesun has not responded to DailyMail.com’s requests for comment.

The woman, who goes by Saginthesun online, characterizes herself as a 'black supremacist' on her TikTok.

The woman, who goes by Saginthesun online, characterizes herself as a ‘black supremacist’ on her TikTok.

Saginthesun posted a photo of baby with his father in a TikTok video

Saginthesun posted a photo of baby with his father in a TikTok video

In the video, Saginthesun can be heard briefly expressing her gratitude for her father, before lashing out at him and saying that they don’t miss him.

‘Dad, you should know that I am grateful and well aware of what you have done for this family. [but] I still don’t miss you,’ they said.

‘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 [have] become. I missed being able to wait and wish that one day you would turn the corner and see the world from my perspective.

The woman then goes on to say that they missed the hope that their father could one day fight for the things they believed in, and that they “missed my fantasy about you”, before criticizing him for his beliefs.

“When you died, it solidified the fact that you will never be what you could have been, but only what you are,” they said.

“And what you are is a racist, misogynist, xenophobic, Trump-loving, cis, straight white male.”

In the video, Saginthesun can be heard briefly expressing her gratitude for her father, before lashing out at him and saying that they don't miss him.

In the video, Saginthesun can be heard briefly expressing her gratitude for her father, before lashing out at him and saying that they don’t miss him.

Saginthesun has posted numerous videos on her TikTok lamenting her father's views.

Saginthesun has posted numerous videos on her TikTok lamenting her father's views.

Saginthesun has posted numerous videos on her TikTok lamenting her father’s views.

Saginthesun added that his father “disrespected and disregarded the lives and deaths of entire communities.”

“You are everything I aspire not to be and I refuse to stand here and sing the praises of a man who is the epitome of white supremacy,” they said.

The woman concludes by vowing to be nothing like her father.

‘I swear to God, I’ll make this world a better place. Not at all for you, but exactly in opposition to you,’ they said.

As they spoke, members of the crowd could be making startled noises, and the applause that followed them offstage was scattered.

In his eulogy, Saginthesun said that his father

In his eulogy, Saginthesun said his father “disrespected and disregarded the lives and deaths of entire communities.”

Many people commented on their support for the daughter for speaking out how they felt about who her father was instead of putting up a false front at her funeral.

Others felt that the woman would regret her choice in the future.

“Something tells me that when she looks back, she’s going to feel awful beating her dad like that at his funeral,” one TikTok user commented.

One person pointed out that no matter what wrong a man did in his life, funerals were for people to celebrate the good.

“He has a family and they’re sitting in the crowd watching, even though he was bad, it’s a funeral, a place to celebrate the GOOD parts of his life and his family wants to do it in peace.”

Another said that the woman was making the funeral over herself.

“I had issues with my mom, but I couldn’t make her funeral about me because I know funerals are for the people who attend.”

Author: Sahar Ever

This is Sahar Ever years of experience in the field of journalism, Sahar Ever heads the editorial operations of the Elite News as the Executive Editor.

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