Trinity Bethune’s first car purchase turned out to be an ugly experience for her after an employee of Lumberton Honda called her ‘Bon Quisha’.
Trinity Bethune is a professional personal care assistant from North Carolina.
Trinity recently purchased her first car from the Lumberton Honda dealership but her experience turned sour and ugly. She was humiliated and disrespected after the dealership shared a post on Facebook addressing her as Bon Quisha.
Who Is Trinity Bethune? Age And Bio Explored
Trinity Bethune is a professional personal care assistant who works in Cumberland County.
Trinity’s age is 21 years old currently. However, we do not know the details of her actual date of birth. We also could not find her on most of the social media platforms after this horrendous incident.
Trinity had to face this humiliation after a post on Facebook addressing her as Bon Quisha was shared by the dealership. This unfortunate incident has traumatized her and she is seeking legal justice.
Lumberton Honda Dealership And Bon Quisha Feud Explained
Lumberton Honda Dealership shared a post on Facebook congratulating Trinity Bethune for her new car but addressed her as Bon Quisha.
This post offended the new car owner and her excitement was turned into disappointment with the allegedly racist post.
VIDEO: Trinity Bethune is a 21-year-old, young-professional, who works as a personal care assistant in Cumberland County.
Here's what she had to say about being called "Bon Quisha" on the Lumberton Honda dealership Facebook page after buying her very first car on Wednesday. pic.twitter.com/zWmgfakT6i
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In response to the post, Trinity expressed via a post that she was offended by the post and felt disrespected by the racial slur used instead of her name.
Lumberton Honda Dealership has since apologized to Trinity for the post that disrespected her through such a racial post. The dealership has fired the employee who made the offensive post and apologized stating the action of an individual does not represent their diverse group of employees.
Although the post has been deleted, people have shared the post many times on social media platforms and speaking against this racial injustice. Trinity is considering taking some legal actions.