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Track Star Sha'Carri Richardson's Old Tweets: Homophobic . . . Anti-Woman! (Look)

Sha'Carri Richardson is the fastest woman in the world, and may be the fastest woman in human history. The 21 year old is set to break the Women's 100 world record when she runs in the Olympics this summer.


But MTO News has learned that her haters are attacking the gorgeous track star - by digging up her old tweets. They realize that they can't beat Sha'Carri on the track field - so they're trying to beat her on social media.

Sha'Carri, 21, has been very active on Twitter for years. And at time she's made some controversial statements. For example, here are some things she said that will likely have members of the LGBT up in arms:


Sha'Carri also made some pro-Chris Brown comments that some feminists claim are anti-woman. Look:


Sha'Carri is a track and field sprinter, who competes in the 100 meters and 200 meters. Richardson rose to fame in 2019 as a freshman at Louisiana State University, running 10.75 seconds to break the 100 m record at the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Championships. Her winning time made her one of the ten fastest women in history at 19 years old.

After turning professional later that year, she ran a new personal best of 10.72 seconds in April 2021, making her the sixth fastest of all time and the fourth fastest American woman in history.[2] Richardson qualified for the 2020 Summer Olympics after winning the women's 100-meter dash with 10.86 in the United States Olympic Trials.