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Infinity Centers United, a Houston, Texas-based MRI center, releases statement saying they don’t support African-Americans, claiming “they don’t know how to act” and should have “stayed picking cotton,” standing by those comments; Jessica Dawn Hatch, the owner, claims they were hacked, but people matched her shoe, in one racist IG Story post, to her other pics, bringing her comments into question [PHOTOS/VIDEO]

Infinity Centers United is a Houston, Texas-based MRI center. A positive, health, company, Infinity Centers United made very controversial Instagram Story posts, saying African-American people were not welcome. Two more posts, backing up the original post came, reiterating that African-American people were not tolerated, there. In the final post, it showed a woman's shoe and foot, before Jessica Dawn Hatch, the company's owner, spoke out, claiming the accounts were hacked, but people matched her foot to the one in the final IG Story post.

Infinity Centers United is a Houston, Texas-based MRI center. A positive, health, company, Infinity Centers United made very controversial Instagram Story posts, saying African-American people were not welcome. Two more posts, backing up the original post came, reiterating that African-American people were not tolerated, there. In the final post, it showed a woman's shoe and foot, before Jessica Dawn Hatch, the company's owner, spoke out, claiming the accounts were hacked, but people matched her foot to the one in the final IG Story post.By Bossyy
Hip-HopVibe.com Staff Writer

Race relations are at a sixty-year low, as people are out here openly referring to other races in a derogatory way. All of the progress seems lost, but in other ways, it looks as if more inroads have been made. But, a lot of businesses seem to have a racist bent.

Infinity Centers United is a MRI center, based in Houston, Texas. In one of the US’s most-progressive cities, a local business released a statement, saying they don’t hire African-Americans. When challenged on this, two more statements, all via IG Story, came.

The words used to describe African-American people were reprehensible, to say the very least. “Keeping them picking cotton” and “they don’t know how to behave” are among the comments made. A post, showing a woman’s foot, standing by those comments, went on the IG Story, so when Jessica Dawn Hatch, the company’s founder, spoke out, claiming the page was hacked, people matched the photo in the “hacked” IG Story, to her feet, causing quite the debate.

See Infinity Centers United’s IG Story, Jessica Dawn Hatch’s apology, and the photos of her feet below:

Infinity Centers United is a Houston, Texas-based MRI center. A positive, health, company, Infinity Centers United made very controversial Instagram Story posts, saying African-American people were not welcome. Two more posts, backing up the original post came, reiterating that African-American people were not tolerated, there. In the final post, it showed a woman's shoe and foot, before Jessica Dawn Hatch, the company's owner, spoke out, claiming the accounts were hacked, but people matched her foot to the one in the final IG Story post.

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