Red Bull suspends Juri Vips for homophobic and racist phrases

Red Bull suspends Juri Vips for homophobic and racist phrases

They have suspended the Red Bull test driver with immediate effect due to some homophobic and racist insults said while playing online on Twitch

They suspended it from the team with immediate effect, pending the internal investigation taking its course. Juri Vips (21), driver and test driver for the Red Bull team, while playing ‘Call of Duty’ (a war simulation video game) online, indulged in racist and homophobic expressions.

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Expressions that were recorded live and did not please the other online players. Juri Vips is reported to have said: ”There’s a ni**er in the air” and when asked to wear a pink cap, the pilot immediately refused, stating that it was ‘gay’ (pink colour equals effeminate and gay).

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Naturally, the driver’s apology was not long in coming: ”I would like to apologise unreservedly for the offensive language used during a live-streaming game session. This language is completely unacceptable and does not represent the values and principles I hold. I am deeply sorry for my actions, and this is not the example I wish to set. I will cooperate fully with the investigation of the case”.

The outcome of the internal Red Bull investigation will now have to await the possible sanctions against the test driver.

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