Currie Cup

Bulls cheerleader axed after using K-word

2017-10-28 14:00
Catherine Michelle Reynders (www.thebulls.co.za)

Pretoria - Catherine Michelle Reynders, a Blue Bulls cheerleader, has been axed after making racial slurs in a video.

The Pretoria franchise released a statement on Friday saying they would not condone any form of racial abuse.

The statement reads: “The Blue Bulls Company would like to confirm that it has requested the immediate release of Catherine Michelle Reynders from the Bulls Babes squad, following the surfacing of a video involving her making racial slurs.

“The individuals that make up the Bulls Babes is managed by an external consultant, which means that Reynders was neither employed nor was she directly contracted by the BBCo. The BBCo, together with the consultant that manages the Bulls Babes, would like to categorically state that we WILL NOT condone any form of racial abuse.”

Reynders and friend Bodene Benade both used the K-word in a video that was accidentally shared on a WhatsApp group.

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