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When 19-year-old Austin Harrouff, a member of Alpha Delta Phi and student at Florida State University, stabbed a middle-aged couple to death and ate the face of one victim in what appears to be a bath salt-fueled rampage, a reporter for the local Palm Beach Post contacted Harrouff’s fraternity brothers for an interview.
The brothers responded to the reporter, Christine M. Stapleton, by dropping some serious Harambe knowledge. She took to her public Facebook page to express her frustration in a post that has since been deleted.
When I checked out her profile on Thursday, she was still getting #woke by Harambe truthers.
I get it though. These men are still trying to wrap their heads around the horrible situation, and a reporter comes prying into their lives asking questions? Hell naw. Considering how the media usually treats fraternity men, I’d troll her ass too.
But at the end of the day, she was just trying to do her job. Now that she’s backed off, it’s time for these guys to do the same..
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