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TikToker Who Dropped N-Word and Refused to Apologize Gets Fired

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Trade-wife influencer Lilly Gaddis, known as Llddis on TikTok, has been fired after using the n-word in a viral video.

In a now-deleted TikTok, Gaddis addressed misconceptions about women being gold diggers and used the offensive term “fresh off the boat.” The situation escalated when she commented, “Everybody I know who’s married right now, they’re married to broke-ass n***as.” This statement, made by a white woman, quickly went viral.

Her employer, Rophe of the Carolinas, swiftly distanced itself from Gaddis, calling her comments “inflammatory.” The company, which provides non-medical care for the elderly and disabled, released a statement confirming that Gaddis is “no longer with the company.”

The statement emphasized their commitment to diversity and inclusion, noting, “We are owned and operated by an African American female and are an immigrant-owned business. We handled the situation as quickly as we could. We appreciate the support and trust of our community and are dedicated to earning back any confidence that may have been shaken by this unfortunate incident.”

Despite the backlash, Gaddis stood by her remarks, tweeting, “The ‘n***a’ that was heard around the world.” She has received support from alt-right figures like Milo Yiannopoulos and Alex Jones, hinting at a possible new career as a conservative provocateur.

In a controversial tweet, Gaddis sarcastically thanked the Black community, saying, “Thanks black community for helping to launch my new career in conservative media! You all played your role well like the puppets you are.”

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