Hairstylist Leaves Client World's Most Racist Voicemail


An objectively horrible and undeniably racist New York City hairstylist named Marina Vance called a no-show client and left her what must be one of the nastiest, most racist voicemails in the history of telecommunications. Vance said, in part:

“I’m sure you’re a fucking nigger, ah, who doesn’t care for anybody’s time, alright? I wish, you know what, please, that you don’t show up for your appointment, ah, which is coming. Tifany with an ‘F,’ a fucking nigger, next time, or or a fucking Dominican bitch.”

The client, a woman named Tifany McIntosh who had been set to enlist Vance’s services for her wedding day (she says she missed a preliminary appointment due to a family emergency, not that it matters because did you see that voicemail), took a racial discrimination case to the NYC Commission on Human Rights. Somewhat unsurprisingly, McIntosh won. (In fact, the hairstylist — who seemed to have such a problem with people who can’t keep appointments — didn’t even show up to the hearing.) The bigoted stylist, whose name again is Marina Vance, will likely have to pay a $22,500 fine. [NYTimes]

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