PROVO, Utah — A man videotaped last month with a homophobic slur and abusive chalk art messages in support of LGBTQ+ students at Brigham Young University has been no longer enrolled in the school.
According to The Salt Lake Tribune, a university spokesperson confirms that the student is no longer enrolled, but does not specify whether he has dropped out or been removed.
Last month, in a video that is widely shared on social media, the young man was seen carrying chalk messages in support of LGBTQ+ people hours after people covered campus sidewalks with messages of love and support for gay students.
After being interrogated by the cameraman, the student used a homophobic slur.
The university issued a statement condemning the actions and words of the student after the video went viral.
Check out the viral video. Warning! It contains explicit language as well as a homophobic slur.
This story was originally published by Jack Helean on Scripps station KSTU in Salt Lake City.