An Air Force non-commissioned officer at Nellis Air Force Base has come under fire for using profanity and singling out some of her subordinates based on their race.

In a video posted on social media, TSgt Geraldine Lovely claims she has issues with subordinates that are “black females.”

“It pisses me off that they have no f***ing respect and constantly having an attitude,” she said.

(Warning: video contains graphic language)

Lovely reportedly removed the video -that was originally posted live on Sunday morning- after African-American women commented to say her statements were racist.

The Air Force says they are aware of the video, which has had over a million views since it was reposted publically.

“This is inappropriate and unacceptable behavior in today’s society & especially for anyone in uniform,” said Major Chris Sukach, a public affairs officer at Nellis AFB. “Leadership is aware and is taking appropriate action.”

Update: 

USAF TSgt removed from charge after online rant, base under investigation

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