Frats Pay Homage To Hip-Hop By Hosting Racist Party

Several fraternities at the University Of Texas

are being accused of hosting parties where attendee's wore racially offensive


The parties were hosted by Phi Gamma Delta and

Kappa Alpha.

Kappa Alpha's President, Tim Weaver, said that

the party's theme was meant to pay homage to "pop culture icons" and

rap music.

Several pictures were submitted to the university's

newspaper by students. One showed a white man with black paint on his face and

body, an afro wig on and a chain and lock around his neck.

Another man wore a T-Shirt with a large watermelon

on it, while another wore a shirt commemorating a Juneteenth event.

Juneteenth is the oldest known celebration of

the ending of slavery, which ironically originated in Texas.