Waitress Toni Christina Jenkins Receives Racist Note Instead of Tip

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A beautiful waitress at a Red Lobster in the Nashville, Tennessee area was attacked with a racist note. Toni Christina Jenkins, who is black, received no tip from the two white customers she served. Instead of money, she got a credit card receipt with the words “None N*gger” written on it.

Below there are 9 pictures of Toni Christina Jenkins, including her Facebook post where she put the racist customers on blast.

Some haters are calling this a hoax. Personally, I think it’s real. First of all, a man’s name is on the receipt, so he’ll be tracked down and questioned. Secondly, she hasn’t backed down — even after this went viral. And third of all, it took place in one of the most racially divided places in the country, so it’s quite plausible.

Do you think it’s real or a fake? Let us know in the comment section below. In the meantime, here are the images I mentioned earlier. Please click the right arrow to view all nine:


Toni Christina Jenkins

Toni Christina Jenkins

Toni Christina Jenkins

Toni Christina Jenkins

Toni Christina Jenkins

Toni Christina Jenkins

Toni Christina Jenkins

Toni Christina Jenkins

Toni Christina Jenkins

 

 

 

(source: facebook.com)

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  • Sammie

    This is appalling. What makes them think that the color of their skin makes them better people? Disgusting.

    • karren

      which color ?

  • Maximus

    The two words were written in two different hands , any reputable authentication service would spot this .

    • sertsj1

      Any drunk sitting at the Red Lobster bar could see it.

  • this is a joke

    its fake two inks different hand writting duh thats crap looks like she just wanted some attention for her self any fool can see that is forged

  • jack batson

    the letters in the 2 words don’t match handwriting styles
    and if its real why would the man not have been questioned yet for a hate crime they have his information

    • baldylox

      No laws were broken.

    • karren

      name calling is not a hate crime .

  • Buck

    Hoax.

  • baldylox

    If you believe the Hollywood stereotypes of Souther racists, then you, sir are the bigot. There is nothing ‘racially divided’ about Tennessee at ALL. This happened in the Cool Springs area of Franklin, TN – a very affluent suburb of Nashville that is also very diverse. I live just south of there on a beautiful farm. Williamson County (south of Nashville) is the 16th wealthiest county in the entire country. Racially it is very diverse, even in my little farming community. Whites, Blacks, Hispanics and Middle Easterners all live together in harmony and help each other in ways that you would never begin to understand, because you’re an ignorant asshole.

    I think, Stephen Kersey, that you need to pull your head out of your ass. Your comical stereotype of Southerners as ‘racists’ is every bit as bigoted as the fake ‘racist’ in your paragraph of a ‘story’.

    I grew up in the Chicago area and have lived in or around Nashville for the last 20 years. There are far more racists in Chicago or LA or even Portland than in Tennessee, I promise you. I’ve lived in all those places.

    You, sir, are a fool. You obviously know nothing about the South or it’s people. I very seriously doubt that you have ever been here. Frankly, I hope it remains that way.

    There is not a single doubt in my mind that the waitress herself forged this receipt. That kind of blatant racism just simply does not exist here. Toni Jenkins’ Facebook post about the receipt contained the exact same anti-Southern bigoted language that you’re using in your very poorly written ‘article’.

    The fact that you have a job as a so-called ‘writer’ is damning to our dumbed-down education system.

    • jlex

      Well, I
      ‘m a little south of you. Please explain to everyone the man on top of the horse surrounded by racist confederate flags when you are about to enter Nashville from Interstate 65 South/ What world are you living in?

    • William

      Thats a lie I lived in the south all my life and have witness racism first hand. So if you thank it doesn’t exist, you maybe suspect of participation of such activty.

  • standbehindtheyellowline

    Two different hand writing two different people sitting at the table.

    • karren

      and both gave samples of their handwriting to an expert who said it did not match either of them .

    • standbehindtheyellowline

      Blah, Blah, BLAH!

  • Denise Schaile Cannon

    As seen on News Channel 4 Nashville at 5pm today, Devin Barnes and his attorney were interviewed. A handwriting analysis was done and the truth is now out there. The handwriting of the racial slur was not Devin’s or his wife’s handwriting. Also was on the 6 pm news.

  • Denise Schaile Cannon

    As seen on News Channel 4 Nashville at 5pm on Friday Oct 4, 2013, Devin Barnes and his attorney were interviewed. A handwriting analysis was done and the truth is now out there. The handwriting of the racial slur was not Devin’s or his wife’s handwriting.

    • Virginia

      It stands to reason that if you were to do something totally unacceptable (using N word), you wouldn’t pay with credit card … essentially, that’s same as robbing a store and leaving your business card. You could accomplish the same cruel deed paying cash, and leaving remark on bill. This is a fraud (accepting financial gain through devious practice) and should be investigated by the law. One more thing: if a $5 tip had been left, would be be hearing of any of this? No.

  • Mack Milter

    It came out that he never wrote it. Looks like she promoted racism. Way to be part of the problem.

  • karren

    FAKE .! she thinks she can cash in on this and get lots of attention .

  • Beau

    She’s a lying little race Baiter. A handwriting expert has already looked at it and said the couple never wrote those words. They should make her give the $10k to charity. The man who was wrongfully accuse by her should sue her for defamation of character. He should then sue Red Lobster for not securing a customers personnel and financial information. This makes me not want to go to Red Lobster ever. She should be fired!

  • vigilant2012

    Fake

  • StephenKerseyisAShithead

    It doesnt matter what you think, Stephen. The facts dont agree with you, and that poor guy had his life and finances put in jeopardy by an attention seeking, entitled little shit. No one owes her a tip if she provided poor service, which she probably did. Also, he took the receipt to a handwriting analysis expert, him and his wife. It’s a shame you’re so supportive of people who want to scam hard working people out of money.