Ryan Sessegnon took to Instagram to out a disgusting act of racism this week, after a user of the social media app sent him a barrage of unwarranted abuse.
The expletive-laden messages themselves included the repeated use of the N-word, as well as various mentions of slavery.
Of course, Tottenham fans all over the world have rallied around Sessegnon over the past 24 hours, sending messages of support and condemning the racist actions.
The official Tottenham Twitter account also sent out a message of solidarity to the England U-21 star yesterday.
Sessegnon is currently out on loan at Hoffenheim in the Bundesliga as he looks to get minutes under his belt away from his parent club. So far, he has played five games for the German side this season (TransferMarkt).
Let’s take a look at how some Spurs fans sent messages of support this week:
Absolutely vile ?
— Michael O'Sullivan (@Michael87977383) November 2, 2020
We’re with you @RyanSessegnon ?
— isaiah☄️ (@zayftbl) November 2, 2020
Wow that is absolutely disgusting. Embarrassed that people like him still exist today. Standing with you Ryan
— Saurav Mohapatra (@dellportro) November 3, 2020
What is happening with this individual? Disgusting, horrible, cowardly… beyond words. No to racism. We're noing anywhere as humanity if we continue like this. So sorry.
— Dani Dani (@Dani_Dani_93) November 2, 2020
Just think how sad that guys life is!
100% bottom feeder @RyanSessegnon stay strong as you are one of life's winners ✊
— Jeffrey David Preece (@Jdpreece1973) November 2, 2020
Abhorrent behaviour Ryan we are with you! The small minded racists will not prevail, unity will against this abuse
— Believe in the good you see (@PukkaPlumber) November 3, 2020
Only small people say nonsense while hiding behind a screen.
— MacGyver ???????????????? (@StevenJMacIver) November 2, 2020
That's horrible. Sorry, you have to deal with that trash.
— Dustin Hopson ?? (@DustinClint) November 3, 2020
Just awful. I hope whoever done this gets the punishment they deserve.
— Adam Jaye (@AdamJaye) November 3, 2020
— michael bellars (@mike1974bell) November 2, 2020
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