"Black Vicki Momberg" caught on video performing a racist rant

"Black Vicki Momberg" caught on video performing a racist rant

A video has surfaced of a woman shouting at policeman. Social media has dubbed her the "black Vicki Momberg" for the racist tirade that she unleashes on the officers.

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A large number of white people have asked via social media if the woman will be made to answer for her outburst in court or if a double standard exists in South Africa when it comes to racism.

Recently a white woman, Vicki Momberg, was sent to prison for crimen injuria. She was caught on tape racially abusing a black police officer who had come to assist her.

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She was found to have “unlawfully, intentionally and seriously impairing the dignity of another” and was sentenced to two years in prison.

Momberg has used the "k word" 48 times during her outburst.

Due to the nature of South Africa's history black racism has been a contentious issue with some saying that due to the structural oppression of colonialism, white supremacy and apartheid that black people cannot be racist.

South African media has been accused of only focusing on racism against black people and that this latest incident would be covered as widely as Moberg's was.

A number of people have taken to social media in response the the incident including Afriforum’s Kallie Kriel.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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