Video surfaces of SAE house mom using “N” word

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NORMAN, OKLAHOMA– The University of Oklahoma’s Sigma Alpha Epsilon chapter was shut down Monday after a video of several members singing a racist chant went viral. Now another video related to the chapter has surfaced overnight. According to CBS This Morning, the 2013 video shows SAE’s house mother rapping lyrics to a song that includes the “n-word.”

In a bizarre twist, the 78-year-old “expressed shock” at the student’s behavior during an interview on Monday. “I heard the words. Unbelievable. This is not SAE.” She said she was very disappointed, ashamed and embarrassed.

Sigma Alpha Epsilon’s national chapter has since shut down its Oklahoma Kappa chapter and suspended all of its members. It has also threatened to remove those responsible from the fraternity for life.

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