As I'm sure you all remember, last week we reported on the ladies of ASU's Alpha Chi Omega who were caught understandably taking a bunch of selfies instead of paying attention to what was probably a fucking boring game anyway. These "controversial" selfies (lol at the idea of controversial selfies) gave the girls their fifteen minutes of fame, which they were able to turn into 30 by using their notoriety for a good cause.
The sisters were offered free tickets to this week's game but obviously declined because why the fuck would they want to go back to another Arizona Diamondbacks game after this bullshit? They went one step further, however, and suggested that the Arizona Diamondbacks take the free tickets and donate them to a local nonprofit supporting domestic abuse survivors. Here's the sorority's full statement, which is the first leaked sorority email in a long time that hasn't contained the phrase "cunt punt."
Alpha Chi Omega at Arizona State University would like to thank the Arizona Diamondbacks and Fox Sports for reaching out to the chapter after last night’s game and subsequent media frenzy. We appreciate their generous offer of tickets to tonight’s game. However, instead of chapter members attending the game, we have asked the Diamondbacks and Fox Sports to provide tickets to a future game for families at A New Leaf, a local non-profit that helps support victims of domestic violence.
Today, October 1, marks the beginning of Domestic Violence Awareness Month. If everyone who viewed this statement took the time to make a donation in recognition of domestic violence awareness, which is Alpha Chi Omega’s national philanthropy, we would be so grateful! We are happy to have the opportunity to shed some positive light on such a sensitive subject. All proceeds will go directly to A New Leaf to help struggling Arizona families get back on their feet by providing housing, food, childcare and more. You can donate using the link below. We appreciate your support!
So fucking take that to all the dumb old people who thought this selfie "scandal" was "indicative of the moral downfall of our nation" (legit read an article that said that) and good for these betches for showing everyone that you can take selfies and also GAF about other stuff, too.
Very betchy, ladies.