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Trey Songz has shaken up the Philly sports scene with some unbearable news within the Philadelphia 76ers organization. Former dance captain for the Sixers Annie Weiss has been exposed by Trigga for racist behavior towards her teammate Yahne Coleman.

A series of photos and videos were released by the Say Ahh singer where the former dance captain on numerous occasions harassed her teammate Yahne with degrading comments. Trigga also shared a DM AND an email sent to Lara Price COO of the 76ers.

No statement from Philadelphia 76ers has been shared as of yet. Weiss has recently come out with a statement regarding her shameful actions. Look at all the receipts below.

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Trey Songz Exposes Philadelphia 76ers Dance Captain For Racist Behavior  was originally published on 1039hiphop.com

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Thank you @treysongz , @hollywoodunlocked & you amazing people showing me support. I was scared to release this because I was racially bullied and threatened by my 76ers NBA teammates and former Teammates. I went to my coach Dayna Hafetz and the Sixers organization crying out for help so many times. I sent the video above of me being racially profiled, bullied and threatened to my coach Dayna Hafetz, @dapalucci Debbie Apalucci, Lara Price the 76ers Sr. VP of Business and HR seeking help. Nothing was done. They would move my things into the bathroom stall for me to get ready for games. They would make fun of my pictures in a group chat, talking about my black features and send me videos threatening my safety. I did not want them to run me away from a dream I always wanted to accomplish so I tried my hardest to remain strong through it all. I went through this for 3 years. When I auditioned for my 4th year this group of girls called me the night before on the phone saying “your BLACK ass will not be coming back”. I still went to the tryouts and unfortunately that was the end of my 76ers dance team career. It didn’t stop there. They proceeded to harass me by calling and leaving hateful racial videos saying they would come to the slums of West Philly Ghetto and physically harm me. I’m not from the ghetto and never lived in the ghetto but because I’m black they decided to say this laughing and giggling. They went around asking about me, finding out where I worked and called my employment saying things to get me fired. I would hate for this group of women who are still working and connected to the @sixers @philadelphiaflyers to hurt another young talented black girl. I let this racial bullying from this group of women deter me from my dancing career. The women who racially bullied me- Annie Weiss/Annie Fuhrman @ mommycanyou @ projectstillhuman, Nicole Vernile Current Captain @76ersent, Kerri McDonald Current Dance Coach 76ers, Danielle Dematteo Flyers Dance Coach, Melinda Ruth/Melinda Etheridge, Erica Hammel, Val Dematteo Flyers Dancer, Julie Kaskiw, Lauren Schwer, Krystal Almora/Krystal Gregorio @KrystalAlmora @ hashtag_kids #hashtagkids , Coach Dayna Hafetz

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