Video Captures Fraternity Singing Sexually Explicit Chant To Sorority

by
Cierra Bailey
The Ohio University chapter of the Acacia Fraternity has been suspended after a video came out of members singing a song to a campus sorority requesting for them to “send nudes.”

What is going on at university campuses lately?! It seems like every time we turn around something racist or sexist or just downright disgusting is happening at one of our universities.

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The Ohio University chapter of the Acacia Fraternity has been suspended after a video came out of members singing a song to a campus sorority requesting for them to “send nudes.”

Senior Olivia Hitchcock witnessed the incident which took place on the doorstep of Alpha Delta Pi sorority house last week and recorded it.

“Send nudes, don’t let me down/Take my soft d*** and make it harder,” sang the frat brothers to the tune of the Beatles song “Hey Jude.”

Since Hitchcock posted the video to Twitter, the fraternity has been suspended while the university conducts a "thorough" investigation. 

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I don't know how it works on other campuses in the country, but at the California State University I attended members of Greek organizations were considered "student leaders," needless to say this shameful scenario is no act of leadership. 

It's no wonder a nationwide effort to end sexual assault and campus rape is currently underway, the problem is getting WAY out of control. 

I can't fathom why people seem to think this crap is funny?

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