Raven-Symoné blasted for defending Spring Valley High officer for slamming black student

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Raven-Symoné is being pounded into oblivion on social media for having the audacity to defend the action of the white Spring Valley High School officer who slammed a 5-foot-6 black female student out of her desk and drag her across the classroom like a bag of trash.
Raven-Symoné, in essence, blamed the female student for initiating the savage, animalistic attack by the thug police officer because, well, she should have gotten off her cell phone.
Refusing to get off your cell phone and leave the room is enough to justify such a brutal, dastardly attack like that?!?
“The girl was told multiple times to get off of her phone. There’s no right reason for him to be doing this type of harm… that’s ridiculous. But at the same time, you’ve got follow the rules in school,” Symoné said at the 2:50 mark of Tuesday’s “The View” segment posted on YouTube. “First of all, why are there cell phones in school? This shouldn’t even be a problem to begin with, and he shouldn’t have been acting like that on top of it.”
“He was actually sued for false arrest, excessive force and battery in 2007 after a couple accused him of manhandling them,” Symoné said of Senior Deputy Ben Fields. “He has a record and he’s still hired, but at the same time, get off yo phone! You’re in school; get off yo phone! What are you doing on Instagram?”
@ravensymone you are the most ignorant, self hating black woman.. god you are just revolting pic.twitter.com/Wvuxw6Yqfr
— blvck ruby rose. (@onlyrickjames) October 28, 2015
@The4th_Duck the black community whenever @ravensymone speakspic.twitter.com/9uPS6Eb9bM
— j. (@_ALLYOUNEEDISME) October 28, 2015
Check out what she had to say below, then read as social media users dragged the confused, ignorant, self-loathing Raven-Symone like a bunch of beer cans tied to the end of a wedding limousine.
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