First Car Buying Experience Turns Brutal


A North Carolina women by the name of Trinity Bethune was purchasing her very first car but wasn't too happy with how the dealership addressed her on social media. After purchasing her 2016 Toyota Camry, the Lumberton Honda dealer took to their Facebook page to congratulate her on her new car only to address her using the name "bon Quisha." Trinity responded by saying ""I'm not sure if this is a 'joke' or something but my name is definitely Trinity Bethune. I'm very offended by this post, it's almost a racial slur. If I'm not addressed by MY name then please don't address me at all," "I'm not sure if this is a 'joke' or something but my name is definitely Trinity Bethune. I'm very offended by this post, it's almost a racial slur. If I'm not addressed by MY name then please don't address me at all," Trinity was soon assured that the individual who made the post was quickly fired from the dealership.


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