Two students at a Utah high school were disciplined after posting a photo on Instagram on Martin Luther King Jr Day, which showed one of the teens pretending to be lynched and featured a racist slur in the caption. Before deleting her Twitter account and making her Instagram page private, the high schooler in the photo addressed the firestorm sparked by the racist post in a follow-up message on Tuesday. Story from Street Style. When it comes to fashion, for example, the idea of "effortless French girl style," to them, at least, is a thing of the past, a paradox, or at least unattainable bullshit. And they're brutally honest about their age, their haters, and their "fame. And though you probably haven't heard of them — admittedly, we stumbled upon the group on Instagram about a month ago — they're a prime example of today's ultra-woke, deliciously judicious youth.
The primal virtue of friendship and girl power is perhaps what makes the Gucci Gang — and, frankly, Generation Z — so strong.
Two white high school girls post racist photo on MLK Day
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