‘Black supremacist’ calls dad ‘racist Trump supporter’ at funeral

‘Black supremacist’ calls dad ‘racist Trump supporter’ at funeral

In a violent eulogy at their father’s ‘funeral,’ a young woman and self-described ‘black supremacist’ appeared to depict their father as a racist Trump supporter.

The woman - who goes by Saginthesun online - characterizes themself as a 'black supremacist' on their TikTok
Last week, the woman – who uses they/them pronouns – released a video of the speech to their TikTok account, in which they could be seen addressing a packed auditorium during what they referred to in the title as a funeral.

It is unclear whether the speech actually took place during their father’s burial, but in it a woman is heard referring to his death and describing him as a “racist, misogynist, xenophobe” and a “Trump-loving, cis-straight white man.”

Since it was posted a week ago, the video has had at least 1.7 million views, and a longer portion of the speech posted later has received 166,000 views.

The woman identifies themselves as a “black supremacist” on their TikTok, which is filled with videos condemning capitalism, addressing racism, and analyzing gender fluidity.

Saginthesun has not responded to calls for comment from DailyMail.com.Saginthesun posted a baby picture of themself with their father in a TikTok video

On TikTok, the woman identifies themselves as a ‘black supremacist’ under the alias Saginthesun.

Saginthesun published a TikTok movie containing a photo of yourself as an infant with their father.

In the video, Saginthesun is heard momentarily expressing gratitude for their father before berating him and declaring that they do not miss him.

They added, “Dad, please know that I am grateful and well aware of everything you have done for this family, but I do not miss you.”

In the video, Saginthesun can be heard briefly voicing gratitude for their father, before lambasting him and saying they don't miss him

“When you died, I felt a void in my life. It was not you that I had overlooked. It was the possibility of what you may have been. I missed wishing and hoping that one day you will turn the corner and view the world from my perspective.

The woman continues by stating that they missed the hope that their father would one day fight for the causes they believed in, and that they’missed my fantasy of you,’ before criticizing him for his beliefs.Saginthesun has posted numerous videos on their TikTok lamenting their father's viewsSaginthesun has posted numerous videos on their TikTok lamenting their father's views

They stated, “Your death cemented the truth that you will never be what you may have been, but only what you are.”

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

In the video, Saginthesun is heard momentarily expressing gratitude for their father before berating him and declaring that they do not miss him.

Saginthesun has made multiple movies bemoaning their father’s views on TikTok.

According to Saginthesun, their father disregarded the lives and deaths of entire villages.

They stated, “You are everything I aspire not to be, and I refuse to stand here and sing the praises of a man who exemplifies white supremacy.”

The woman closes by declaring that she will never be like her father.

“I swear to God that I shall improve the world.” They stated, “Not at all because of you, but in direct opposition to you.”

As they talked, many of the audience were audibly expressing disbelief, and the clapping that followed them offstage was dispersed.

Saginthesun stated in their eulogy that their father neglected the lives and deaths of entire villages.In their eulogy, Saginthesun said that their father 'disrespected and disregarded the lives and deaths of entire communities.'

In lieu of putting on a false front at their father’s burial, a number of individuals praised the daughter for being honest about their feelings regarding their father.

Others believed that the woman would later regret her decision.

One TikTok user said, “Something tells me that when she looks back, she’s going to feel quite bad about insulting her father during his burial.”

One participant noted that regardless of the man’s poor deeds in life, funerals are occasions to honor his positive deeds.

Even though he was evil, a funeral is a time to honor the GOOD qualities of a person’s life, and his family desires to do so in peace.

Someone else stated that the woman made the funeral about herself.

I could not make my conflicts with my mother the focus of her funeral because I am aware that funerals are for the attendees.

 

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