President of Winnipeg Rifles To Resign After Racist Facebook Post About Predators PK Subban (Photos)

According to Sporting News, Todd Wilson, President of the Winnipeg Rifles, resigned after he went out of his white-privileged way to imply that “all black people look alike.”

Wilson thought it would be hilarious to take a picture of a random black employee at the Bell MTS Place Arena, where the Winnipeg Jets play, selling beer. 

Then, Wilson captioned the IG post: “Two nights ago, he was in game 7. Tonight, PK Suban [sic] is selling me beer.”

Of course Wilson played dumb and tried to act like he did not know or even intend for his racist Facebook post to actually be racist:

Last night I added a post while at a hockey game. It appears that some people interpreted the post as something other than it was intended. Following the game, I immediately removed the post. For anyone that felt offended, it was certainly not intended that way, but rather a poor attempt at humour. I sincerely apologize for the post and please understand that my comments do not represent any of the organizations that I volunteer with.

Three hours after Wilson issued this “apology,” Wilson was unemployed. 

Good joke. 

Flip the page to see a screen shot of Todd Wilson’s racist Facebook post about P.K. Subbing and all black people looking alike. 

Lorenzo Washington

Born and raised in Cleveland, OH

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