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Florida Revokes Top QB Prospect Marcus Stokes’ Scholarship After Rapping N-Word

A recent state survey found that the University of Florida is the least tolerant campus in Florida’s university system.
High school quarterback Marcus Stokes.

A recent state survey found that the University of Florida is the least tolerant campus in Florida’s university system.

Over the weekend, the Gators revoked the offer of a football scholarship to a four-star top prospect named Marcus Stokes because he used the N-word.

Actually, Stokes sang the word.

Stokes, who is white and a quarterback from Nease High School in Ponte Vedra Beach, posted a video of himself singing along to a rap song when he said “Welcome back n—a.”

In other words, he repeated the lyrics of a rap song written by a black rapper who used the N-word.

Stokes tweeted an apology for singing along to a song whose lyrics will undoubtedly be repeated by numerous black Americans: “I deeply apologize for the words in the song that I chose to say. It was hurtful and offensive to many people, and I regret that. I fully accept the consequences for my actions, and I respect the University of Florida’s decision to withdraw my scholarship offer to play football. My intention was never to hurt anybody and I recognize that even when going along with a song, my words still carry a lot of weight. I will strive to be better and to become the best version of myself both on and off the field. I know that learning from my mistakes is a first important step.”

The revocation came soon after UF landed another top national prep quarterback recruit, California’s Jaden Rashada.

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