OU football player takes to social media to voice thoughts on fraternity’s racist chant

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NORMAN, Okla. - A University of Oklahoma football player had plenty to say about Sigma Alpha Epsilon's racist chant.

Eric Striker took to Snapchat to voice his opinions on the subject.

Warning: The video below contains graphic language.

"I'm so mother f****** serious right now. SAE's just f****d it up for all you f*****g white fraternities. F*** all you b*****s and if anything you mother f******s affiliated with it, f*** you too," he is heard saying in the video. "Mother f*****s talk about racism don't exist, be the same mother f*****s shaking our hand, giving us hugs, telling how you really love us. F*** you phony a** fraud a** b*****s."

Striker later posted an apology on OU Defensive End Charles Tapper's Twitter.

Striker also appeared on CNN Live to talk about how he hopes he can work with the fraternities to somehow educate them about racism.


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