MSNBCs Jonathan Capehart Dragged For 'Disrespecting' Black Sorority AKA!

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MSNBC host Jonathan Capehart is coming under fire after he's being accused of "disrespecting" the Alpha Kappa Alpha's - a prominent Black sorority.

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The AKAs have produced some of the most powerful Black women in history - including Maya Angelou, Ava Duverney, Toni Morrison Rosa Parks, and Kamala Harris.

On his show last Sunday, Jonathan  gave his "Bye Line," a segment where he explores the immigrant heritage of Vice President Kamala Harris, and the family bonds her mother forged that would ultimately change history

Then, he did the unthinkable. He yelled out the AKAs traditional call. Watch:

All NPHC Greek organizations have a calling. These callings are done after strolls, hymns, and chants. Every organization has a different calling and the AKA calling is “Skee-Wee”,

Almost immediately, AKAs took to social media to blast Jonathan. He's getting dragged

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Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc. is an African American organization that was founded at the campus of Howard University on January 15, 1908 in Miner Hall. If you would like to know more you can go to aka1908.com