After revealing the alleged identity of a white woman who said the N-word on camera, a TikTok content creator who hunts down “Karens” discovered the woman’s workplace and asked followers to help get her fired.
The TikToker, @auntkaren0, describes herself as “TikTok’s Favorite Karen.” She is known for calling out racists, bullies, and others who act problematically in and out of the public’s eye.
“I represent the good Karens and speak out against all forms of bigotry,” Aunt Karen wrote in an email to the Daily Dot. “My motto ‘I have questions’ and when I have questions, I expect answers.”
Aunt Karen shared a video Sunday of a woman and a man outside of a restaurant after admitting that they sang the N-word in the lyrics to a song by Tupac Shakur.
At the beginning of the video, the man says, “So, you’re a little white girl. Why are you so offended?” The person recording the video says, “I’m Asian, and I’m offended.”
“Baby, you don’t have to be, seriously,” the white woman says. “Just so you know, I’m not racist at all.” Another individual yells in the background, and the man yells back, “I’m not racist, I hate everybody.”
“I just have to email a few people,” Aunt Karen says. “Or, as a Karen, talk to some managers.”
In her latest video on the incident, Aunt Karen showcases a picture of the woman’s LinkedIn profile and asks followers to contact the woman’s managers. “This is now going on to day 4 that they’ve been aware that their employee has said the N-word,” Aunt Karen says. “And they have not released any statement.”
Aunt Karen told the Daily Dot that the video was submitted to her anonymously, and she said she believes the company is protecting Pratt “by not bringing the issue to light.”
“They have a 24 year tenured employee that was caught saying the N-word and hasn’t released any statement,” Aunt Karen wrote in an email to the Daily Dot. “For a company to have the motto ‘you come First’, to me it feels like [people of color] aren’t included in that motto.”
The original video, which has accumulated over 129,000 views and over 31,000 likes, has received comments from people who say they are invested in the woman’s exposure.
One person commented, “Somebody tag me when they get exposed.” Another wrote, “Do your job TikTok.”
“When you’re yelling ‘I’m not racist’ to practically everyone on the block,” one person wrote. “Then yeah ur guilty.”