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A Black high school football coach in Louisiana was fired - for allowing his football team to use the "N Word" in a chant, The football team is comprised of only Black players.
Coach Nathaniel Jones was relieved of his duties on Tuesday just two days after videos appeared on social media showing unidentified coaches leading the team in profanity-laced attempts to get them fired up before games.
The coach and players chanted, “All I got is two hands, two pads, knockin’ that [n-word]’s s–t loose.”
In a statement released Tuesday, St. Augustine President Kenneth Charles said the conduct was inexcusable and had no place at the historically black high school, adding that it was time for new leadership after the videos came to light.
St. Augustine High School is an all-boys Catholic school in New Orleans.