White Missouri waitress, 20, is fired after she was caught bragging in a Snapchat video about going 'n****r-hunting'

A Missouri waitress has been fired from her job after she was filmed in a racist SnapChat video bragging about going 'n****r hunting'. 
Tabitha 'Tabby' Duncan, 20, was caught on camera hurling the racist insult while drinking a beer and riding on top of a pick-up truck along a dirt road.
The 15-second video was posted on Facebook on Sunday and quickly went viral. 
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Tabitha 'Tabby' Duncan, 20, was caught on camera hurling the racist insult while drinking a beer and riding on top of a pick-up truck along a dirt road in Missouri
Tabitha 'Tabby' Duncan, 20, was caught on camera hurling the racist insult while drinking a beer and riding on top of a pick-up truck along a dirt road in Missouri
'So we're going n****r hunting today or what?' a man can be heard asking in the video. 
'We're f***ing n****r hunting right now,' he adds.
The camera then pans to Duncan who smiles as she says: 'You get them n*****s'.
'Look at my soon-to-be sister-in-law,' the man filming says seconds later. 'She looks so pretty.'
It is not clear where the racist video was filmed but Duncan lives in Jefferson County.
She had reportedly just enrolled in the US Air Force and was believed to be out celebrating. 
Duncan apologized after the footage went viral but insisted she was not racist. 
'I was underage drinking and I said something stupid,' she told the New York Daily News
The 15-second video was posted on Facebook on Sunday and quickly went viral. In the footage, Duncan brags about going 'n****r hunting'
Duncan apologized after the footage went viral but insisted she was not racist
Duncan apologized after the footage went viral but insisted she was not racist
'I have black friends, I have black people in my family, I didn't mean it. I didn't know that I was being (recorded).' 
Social Bar and Grill where Duncan worked as a waitress said they immediately fired her after they learned of the footage. 
Management described the video as 'vile, disgusting and offensive'.
'The incendiary comments made by this employee absolutely does NOT represent the views, opinions, and policies of Social Bar & Grill and it's owners,' they said in a statement.