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Walmart Employee Calls Out Her Racist Coworkers Over Loudspeaker And Quits In Mic Drop Video

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Most of us have had at least one poor working experience in our lives, and the day we were able to leave that experience behind inevitably gave us a lot of relief.

And if we’re really honest with ourselves, we may have daydreamed once or twice about quitting with a lot of fanfare.

For one young woman, she decided to call it quits in the loudest way possible: via the intercom in her department at Walmart, recorded and posted to TikTok.

You can watch her resignation video here: 

A Walmart customer also caught part of the employee’s speech over the intercom from her position in the store, and it appeared to be quite entertaining to some of the customers. 

As it turns out, the female employee, identified as Shana Ragland, had quite the laundry list to cover in her resignation, and it was a “dirty laundry” list at that.

Ragland called out not only poor managerial skills but also racist and sexist traits.

“Attention all Walmart shoppers, associates, and managers. My name is Shana from Cap 2, and I just want to come on here and say Henry is a racist, stinky prick. Giovanna is racist. Elias is a prick of a manager.”

“This company fires Black associates for no reason. This company treats their employees like s**t, especially Cap 2.”

According to Ragland, racism wasn’t the only problem at the store. 

“And Jimmy from Sporting Goods, Joseph the cashier, Larry from the Garden Center: You are all perverts, and I hope you don’t talk to your daughters the way you talk to me.”

Ragland signed off: 

“F**k the managers, f**k this company, f**k this position, and f**k that big, lazy b***h, Chris Price. I f**king quit.”

Though Ragland undeniably had a lot to critique in her workplace, her calling out was met with mixed reactions. 

Some were proud of and grateful for Ragland’s video. 

Others were concerned at Ragland’s ability to be hired elsewhere after this. 

 

A few said all of these complaints needed to be verified before applauding Ragland. 

It surely felt really, really good to Shana Ragland to call out her workplace and leave on such a heated note.

That said, some Twitter users might be up to something when they said some investigating needed to be done to avoid slipping into slanderous territory.

McKenzie Lynn Tozan

Written by McKenzie Lynn Tozan

McKenzie Lynn Tozan lives in North Chicago, where she works as a poet, freelance writer, and editor. She received her MFA in Creative Writing from Western Michigan University, and her BA in English from Indiana University South Bend. Her poems have appeared in Rogue Agent, Whale Road Review, the James Franco Review, Thank You for Swallowing, and elsewhere; and her essays and book reviews have appeared with Memoir Mixtapes, The Rumpus, BookPage, and Motherly, among others. When she's not reading and writing, she's in her garden or spending time with her family. For more, visit www.mckenzielynntozan.com.