Dad trashed at funeral by ‘black supremacist’ daughter provided $7m house, 60k yr. education

Recently a video went viral of a young black woman dissing her deceased white father during his funeral, calling him a “racist, misogynistic, xenophobic, Trump-loving, cis, straight white man” whom she won’t miss.

It’s now known that the young woman, Samantha, is a 19-year-old “black supremacist” who grew up wealthy and privileged beyond measure thanks to her hated father, billionaire auto loans magnate Donald Foss.

“Foss, who died aged 78 on August 14 from complications from an aggressive form of cancer, was the founder and ex-CEO of the subprime auto loans company Credit Acceptance. He was named on the 2022 Forbes Billionaires list, and his wealth was estimated at $2 billion at the time of his death,” according to the Daily Mail.

Thanks to his wealth, Samantha grew up in a $7.3 million mansion in Michigan “wanting for nothing,” a source close to the family told the Daily Mail.

Nothing except for decency, it would appear.

Listen to Samantha’s diatribe below:

She likewise attends the private $57,350-a-year Oglethorpe College in Brookhaven, Georgia, where she is predictably reportedly studying African American Studies.

“The family had moved out of their $7.3million home in Franklin, Michigan, in 2020 and moved to a more modest property in Bloomfield Hills,” the Daily Mail notes.

While it’s not clear when the video above was recorded, it went viral this week after Samantha shared it to TikTok, triggering massive outrage and backlash against her.


In the video, the young lady just basically talked endless trash about her father as if she was talking about former President Donald Trump. Why? Because her father was reportedly a conservative.

“Dad, please know that while I am grateful and highly aware of all that you’ve given this family, I still don’t miss you. When you died, I felt like there was a hole. I missed something, but it wasn’t you. It was the idea of what you could [have] become. I missed being able to hope and wish that one day you’d turn a corner and see the world from my perspective. I missed the idea that one day you might help me fight for the things that matter. I miss my fantasy of you,” she said.

“Because when you died, it solidified the fact that you’ll never be what you could have been, but only what you are. And what you are is a racist, misogynistic, xenophobic, Trump-loving, cis, straight white man. That is all you will ever be to me. … You are everything I aspire not to be. … I swear to god, I will make this world a better place. Not at all because of you, but in exact opposition to you,” she added.

A source close to the family said they have no idea where this came from given as Samantha’s father was anything but a racist bigot.

“He is a businessman who is definitely on that side of politics [conservative], but I hardly think she has a case. He dated women of color; he married her mother. If anybody loved a black woman, it was Don,” the source said.

“She [Samantha] went to a very diverse high school in Michigan, she played lacrosse, and he would go to her games. She didn’t lack for anything. I don’t understand where it is coming from. Maybe it is teenage rebellion, because it is not coming from her mom,” they added.

According to the Daily Mail, Samantha’s TikTok account, which has since been made private, “is full of videos decrying capitalism, discussing racism, and gender fluidity.”

Furthermore, Samantha reportedly describes herself as a “black supremacist” on TikTok and goes by “them/they” pronouns.

She’s basically a full-fledged leftist. Indeed, she’s likely the type who eagerly watches the unrepentant bigots on MSNBC all day.

Conversely, instead of spending all day ingesting and spewing vile bigotry, her father meanwhile had been busy doing good for others.

“Foss created the Don Foss Annual Scholarship in 1998, and the Don Foss Endowed Scholarship in 2015, which have awarded more than 630 scholarships to students pursuing careers in the automotive industry at Northwood University,” the Daily Mail notes.

“In 2016, he established a private fund, Car Dealers Care National Foundation, which gives back to the community through his personal philanthropy and CarRite, a chain of dealerships he founded in 2011,” according to the Daily Mail.

Vivek Saxena


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