Cardi B slams DeSoto Middle School students for hitting teacher with chairs: 'Y'all p***y'
Rapper Cardi B has slammed students of a Texas middle school who were seen in a viral video hitting a sub teacher with a metal chair.
She posted a tweet on March 10 replying to the video from DeSoto West Middle School in which students appear to be hitting the substitute teacher with a chair and wounding him on the forehead.
Following the bloody assault, the teacher was spotted throwing two chairs at the screaming pupils in the unsettling clip from the school located in the Dallas suburbs. The sub then wipes off blood from his head and sits down on the desk.
The rapper wrote in her tweet, “Disgusting this generation is really lost … I went to school wit a lot of gangstas and no matter what they never put their hands on a teacher …Kids this is not respected,not cool,not funny,not tough,not gangsta ….it’s giving y’all pussy.”
Disgusting this generation is really lost … I went to school wit a lot of gangstas and no matter what they never put their hands on a teacher …Kids this is not respected,not cool,not funny,not tough,not gangsta ….it’s giving y’all pussy https://t.co/xzbtKSXkG6— Cardi B (@iamcardib) March 11, 2022
CBS 11 reports that classes were postponed on Friday, 11 March, after the horrible incident at DeSoto West Middle School on March 9. Following the incident, the teachers had a meeting to discuss changes in campus safety protocols as they return back to work. Bans were imposed on students using cell phones or headphones in the classroom. The changes will be functional after the forthcoming spring break; the school is also planning to expand its corridor monitoring.
“DeSoto ISD is intent on re-establishing a culture and climate that emphasizes safety, security, and educational excellence,” the school district stated in a news release.
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