Skai Jackson is doing her part toward achieving racial equality.
The former Disney Channel star, 18, took to Twitter to share a message — and, for anyone planning to make racist remarks on social media — a warning.
Noting that she’s seen some “horrific statements” and videos on social media made by Caucaisan teenagers, she wrote, “Let me say this: If I see you post it, I WILL expose you!! If you think you’re big and bad enough to say it, I will most definitely put your own words on blast.”
— queen of exposing racist (@skaijackson) June 2, 2020
Changing her Twitter name to “queen of exposing racist,” Jackson has been busy after asking her followers to point her in the direction of any racist posts they encounter.
I’m trying to expose as many racist as I can today but my ig dms are full and keep coming in😭 wow, I can’t believe this many people or that ignorant
— queen of exposing racist (@skaijackson) June 5, 2020
Jackson is not playing around. She’s doing some serious sleuthing to find out who these people are, where they go to school and other personal info about them, and putting it all out there for the world to see.
One of Jackson’s tweets outed a student attending Texas Christian University, which responded by declaring that the student in question has been reported “to the appropriate staff members.”
These actions do not represent the values that TCU upholds. We have reported this student to the appropriate staff members.
— TCU (@TCU) June 5, 2020
Jackson’s efforts earned her a shoutout from former “Community” star Yvette Nicole Brown.
I am so proud of you @skaijackson.
The good work you’re doing exposing all these “baby” racists will ensure that their names, faces & deeds will be known as they enter the work force down the line.
Which will protect everyone from the havoc racists cause in the workplace. https://t.co/fptNgIxnma
— yvette nicole brown (@YNB) June 5, 2020