A black college graduate who grabbed the microphone from a white administrator is doubling down on her viral actions.
Kadia Iman, an OnlyFans model, posted a video on TikTok that has been viewed by millions.
“I want the mic! Let go! You didn’t let me get my moment,” Iman stated, before shouting her name.
”I’m graduating today. I don’t like how you snatched the mic out of my hand, so today is going to be all about me!” she said before throwing the mic down and walking away.
The graduate defended her tirade in a post online.
“To everyone saying I should be embarrassed or I’ll never get a job … I’m a black woman in America,” Iman wrote.
“I am always in the right … u will not gaslight me into thinking I’m the bad guy. I did it for girls that look like me. Love u,” she added.
Iman went into more detail in another post about the incident that took place at Queens College in New York, according to Newsweek.
“Basically, what happened was I was walking on and we had to say our names before we get on the stage. So I was saying my name and she literally — my name is long, obviously, I have like three syllables in my name,” she explained.
“So, I didn’t even get to finish saying my name, and then the people that went before me, they all got to say their name, their major, and even extras,” Iman added.
“Me and another girl noticed that she was pulling the mic down super fast for some black people — I don’t want to be that person, so I just couldn’t let her … I just couldn’t let that happen,” she said.
“I just feel like I worked so hard to graduate and went through so much s–t to graduate that I just felt like I had to reclaim my moment. I’m sorry. I’m not a problematic person. I don’t want to ruin no one’s day,” she concluded.
Her fans were quick to support her.
“I’m so sorry you had to go through that, but I’m glad you had your moment. Very well deserved. Congratulations btw,” someone wrote.
“They think we’re playing with them, you stood up for the girls who weren’t comfortable saying it out loud good job!” another person said.
“All the black girls stand up,” one user added.
National radio host Todd Starnes weighed in on the controversy Friday.
“What are the chances she’s a gender studies major with an emphasis on perpetual aggrievement?” Starnes asked.