A woman has gone viral after sharing a video that appears to show them vandalizing her own father at his funeral, calling him a “racist, misogynist and xenophobic” Donald Trump supporter.
The shocking clip, shared by self-described “black supremacist” @saginthesunforever, recorded more than 1.6 million views and sparked widespread backlash after it was reposted on Twitter by controversial conservative @LibsOfTikTok account on Tuesday.
The speaker, who has not revealed his name, age or where he lives, did not apologize for his harsh and hateful comments, captioning the clip: “Friendly reminder that Idgaf [I don’t give a f–k] and SAY what must be said each time.”
It’s unclear when exactly his father’s memorial service took place, but the TikToker subsequently shared an extended version of the speech, in which they painted a more complex picture of their relationship with his father.
“Dad, you should know that I am grateful and well aware of what you have done for this family. [but] I still don’t miss you,” they declared. “When you died, I felt like there was a hole. I missed something, but it wasn’t you. It was the idea of what you could [have] become. I missed being able to wait and hope that one day you would turn the corner and see the world from my perspective.”
The activist went on to tell the mourners that they hoped their father would one day help them fight “for the things that matter.”
However, they claimed that his death had “solidified the fact that you will never be what you could have been, but only what you are, and what you are is a white racist, misogynist, xenophobic, Trump-loving, cis, straight man.” men.”
A TikTokker post under the handle @saginthesunforever went viral after they shared a video that apparently showed them criticizing their father as a “racist, misogynist and xenophobic” Trump supporter. saginthesunforever/TikTok
As the audience sat to watch, the outspoken woman further said that her father would not be handed over simply because he was dead, as he had “disrespected and disregarded the lives and deaths of entire communities.
“You are everything I aspire not to be and I refuse to stand here and sing the praises of a man who is the epitome of white supremacy,” they said.
The TikToker ended the speech by defiantly declaring: “I swear to God, I will make this world a better place. Not at all for you, but in exact opposition to you.
It’s unclear when exactly his father’s memorial service took place, but the TikToker shared the shocking clip last week. saginthesunforever/TikTok
Some members of the congregation could be heard applauding as the activist left the stage, but most mourners appeared to sit in stunned silence.
Perhaps surprisingly, hundreds of TikTokers flocked to the comments section below the video to praise the agitator’s fiery speech.
“It was very healing to hear from him as someone who feels the same way about his father,” one stated.
“You are really inspiring! You are so brave to speak!” added another admirer.
The activist’s video divided viewers. One praised them as “inspirational” while another claimed they were disrespected. saginthesunforever/TikTok
However, several criticized the TikToker, who uses they/them pronouns, according to his bio, for daring to badmouth his late father, with one saying: “He’s going to regret it someday. He may take 20 years, but he’ll break it. One day.”
Another criticized: “I’m black and a Republican and my father doesn’t like Republicans, but I would never speak ill of him at his funeral. He is called mutual RESPECT. shame girl”
On Twitter, others criticized TikTok, with one suggesting that the platform is pressuring people into outrageous antics to get attention.
“TikTok is just pure cancer. It shows the worst in people,” they said.
The Post has reached out to @saginthesunforever for further comment.