The video was obviously horrible: Fraternity brothers of Sigma Alpha Epsilon at the University of Oklahoma, jubilantly and drunkenly singing—to the tune of “If You’re Happy and You Know It”—“There will never be a nigger in SAE.” The song went on. “You can hang him from a tree, but he can never sign with me.”
The bitter jokes, they write themselves: University of Oklahoma President David Boren revealed on Friday that the racist chanters of Sigma Alpha Epsilon learned that chant on a "national leadership cruise" four years ago.
We've heard lots of hot takes on what made the racist dopes of Sigma Alpha Epsilon's Oklahoma chapter such racist dopes, but none was hotter than Morning Joe's: it's all because of that damn rap music. Wow. Does anybody have a pair of shades, to shield me from blinding light and heat of this take?
President David Boren of the University of Oklahoma is not fucking around. Boren announced that two students identified as playing a "leadership role" in the Sigma Alpha Epsilon racist video incident have been expelled from the university.
The Sigma Alpha Epsilon "nigger" song controversy at the University of Oklahoma is only getting worse as a video surfaced showing the frat's house mother singing the same word with a smile two years ago.
The national leadership of Sigma Alpha Epsilon—the fraternity that sure seems to show up in a lot of terrible stories—has permanently closed the chapter at University of Oklahoma after a video surfaced showing frat brothers chanting about hanging "niggers" from trees.