Video of a young female referred to as “Sharkeisha” attacking another person has gone viral on social media.

Here’s a Vine video showing parts of the attack:

In spite of that being no laughing matter, Twitter exploded with mockery of the beating, including suggestions that there be a “Sharkeisha Week” on the Discovery Channel, along with Photoshops making light of the incident.

https://twitter.com/BigNeechi/status/405810662913228800
https://twitter.com/FaZeStyle/status/405803634245398528

Many others just couldn’t see the humor in such a brutal attack on another person:

https://twitter.com/ImBDeLaney/status/405783130214514688

https://twitter.com/CHANELMARIIEE/status/405742971175571456
https://twitter.com/xX_BeYOUtiful/status/405736187521822721

  • itsatax

    Shakesia will be eating fruit salad off the prison cafeteria floor soon, is it’s not already.

    • grais

      I hope so.

    • rssllue

      Hopefully for this incident and she gets her head on straight before she does it to somebody else.

  • Guest

    WTF??

  • Steve__Jacobson

    Wait until she smacks somebody who has a gun.

    • grais

      ‘She was an angel.’ ‘Wouldn’t hurt a fly.’ ‘Unarmed.’

      • CatHerder ✓fire! ✓fire!

        ‘Dead on arrival.’ ‘Picked the wrong target.’ ‘Sleeps with the fishes.’

    • Ethan Deossa

      Don’t matter if you got a gun if she hit you like that first. GOD-DAMN

  • Jack Deth

    Thank you, so caring, sympathetic and civil liberals.

    For raising and creating generations of down trodden sociopaths. Whose place in society will be no better or prosperous than you deem it to be on the Plantation!

    • Tigernan Quinn

      You forgot to mention the moon landing.

  • Chip

    The question that needs to be asked is “Who was filming this on their iphone instead of pulling her off of the other girl?” Stupid is as stupid does.

  • SameJerkDifferentName

    I do hope that pit viper gets what’s coming to her. An ass-whoopin’ of epic proportions!

  • JeffWRidge

    Another unprovoked attack by another piece of trash. The poor girl who was assaulted wasn’t even looking at the coward who assaulted her. Stuff like this, and the so-called knockout game, and the fact that there are people who think that these incidents are funny, or entertaining, are signs that there is something deeply wrong in our society in modern times. It’s as if we are heading back into the dark ages.

    • http://twitter.com/thetugboatphil TugboatPhil ✓Mate

      Our grandchildren, if they live long enough, will see some humans revert to moving about on all fours.

      • CatHerder ✓fire! ✓fire!

        Heh, my grandbabies may be the reason they’re crawling on all fours 😉

    • Bill Phillips

      Spot on!

    • Ethan Deossa

      Awww get outta here with that bullshit, your generation wasn’t a damn bit better than ours. Y’all did fucked up shit to each other and laughed back then too, but you didn’t have the internet to record it

      • JeffWRidge

        I’ll start by saying that I didn’t claim that my generation was any better than yours, or any generation. People of my generation where just as stupid as the people of your generation, and I never said they weren’t. You need to work on your reading comprehension skills.

        I also never claimed that pointless violence didn’t happen when I was young. I didn’t even claim that people didn’t attack other people for fun. Pointless violence has always been here and probably always will be. Government crime statistics actually show that violent crime has dropped since I was young. However, the kind of pointless violence I was writing about, where one person beats up another person on video to entertain their friends happened a lot less, and never happened in order to show the video to total strangers on the internet, because there was no internet.

        Since, as you point out, there was no internet when I was young, people didn’t run around assaulting other people in front of cameras so they could post the video online. Are you following the logic here? No internet, means no showing off on the internet because no one was recording their mindless violence in order to post that violence on the non-existent internet. But today, people do it all the time.

        Hate to break your bubble, but I was there when I was young, and these types of things were not as common then. Violence back then was more about hurting and/or robbing people, and not about getting a lot of hits on the internet. And just because we did not have the internet did not mean that we didn’t hear about it when violence happened. We would read about it in the newspaper, see reports on TV and hear about it through word of mouth when we talked to each other. There wasn’t an information blackout just because we didn’t have the internet.

        If the internet had existed when I was young I fully believe that people then would have done what people are doing now. However, since it IS done now, and has become very common, but wasn’t done then (remember, no internet), things have gotten worse.

        The fact is that entirely too many people enjoy watching this stuff more today than they did in the past. The appeal of showing off to countless strangers online, and the instant fame that can come with it, has encouraged younger people to attack others for no good reason other than to show off on the internet. Since there was no way to watch real criminal violence decades ago, it wasn’t popular. Now it is. Just look at how often it happens. THAT was my main point. Can you understand that?

        As I wrote, if the internet had existed when I was young, then a lot of my peers would have been doing exactly what your peers are doing today. Stupid people have always been with us.

    • Ethan Deossa

      And another thing, the knockout game is a myth made up by paranoid housewives with too much damn time on their hands to watch TV, and idiot racists who will believe any silly shit that plays to their pre-existing prejudices, especially those about black youth. Get off your high horse, times are changing, and your generations days weren’t the damn golden age. Get over yourselves.

    • JeffWRidge

      This is in reply to a couple of responses I received from a person calling himself Ethan Deossa. I would reply directly to Ethan, but since he decided to use profanities in his comments, they are under moderation – which prevents me from replying to him directly. I fully expect his posts to be deleted due to the profanities. Sad, because I think Ethan might be an interesting person to converse with, despite the frequent childish tone of his posts.

      Now in his comments Ethan claims that people have always assaulted each other for fun and to entertain their friends. He claims that it happened just as often when I was young as it does now, but that it just wasn’t recorded because there was no internet. My first thought on this is to ask Ethan how he knows this if the events weren’t recorded? His logic leaves a lot to be desired. However, Ethan actually makes a good point; even if it isn’t the point he intended to make.

      Understand, I never said that violence didn’t happen when I was young; it did, and quite often – even mindless violence to show off. In fact, according to government crime statistics, violent crime has declined since I was young. However, because there was no internet, when violent assaults did occur, it wasn’t so that people could record it and show it to countless other people on the internet. Are you following the logic here, Ethan? No internet means no showing off on the internet. Hate to break your bubble Ethan, but I was there when I was younger, and these types of things were not as common then.

      That is part of my point. In more recent times, it has become acceptable to attack other people for no reason, other than for the perpetrators to record it and show off on the internet. What I said was that it this is a sign that there is something deeply wrong in modern society. Sorry to tell you this Ethan, but the time period of my youth is part of modern society. I’m not that old. I used a computer when I was a teenager and in my early twenties.

      Much of my point was that people now seem to enjoy this more than they did in times past. The allure of showing off to countless people online has emboldened younger people to attack others for no reason. Look at how often it is recorded.

      FYI Ethan, even before the internet news of violence got around. There were reports in the newspaper, on TV, and we learned about it through word of mouth. We did not live in an information blackout just because there was no internet.

      I never said that my generation was better than yours. I also did not claim that the times of my youth was a “golden age” (actually, things sucked when I was young). You need to sharpen up your reading comprehension skills and learn to think more clearly and critically.

      I have no doubt that if the internet has existed when I was younger that many of my generation would have been doing exactly the same thing. The fact is that people of my generation were just a dumb as modern kids, and I never said otherwise. However, as I stated, due to the existence of the internet and the instant fame that can come with it, younger people now have more motivation to do stupid things and commit crimes and record themselves in the act. Trust me, if the internet had existed when I was young, then some of my peers would done exactly what your peers are doing today.

      Your claim that the so-called knockout game is a myth is ridiculous. The police are taking it seriously, and I’m willing to bet they know much more about it than either you are I do. In the future I’d suggest that you get your information from more sources than the lefty media, which has been running the lie that this is a myth.

      One last thing, I never said a thing about skin color; you did! In fact, I’d guess that skin color is quite important to you since you make a point about whining about supposed racists and you make an issue of skin color. Personally, I don’t buy that it is only black youths involved in the knockout game. I have no doubt that white kids are doing it as well. They just aren’t getting as much attention yet. Give it time.

      Yes Ethan, the times are changing; for the worse. You need to face reality. We are living in interesting times and that is not a good thing.

      • JamesMc

        Shame that we’ll miss out on Ethan’s wit and his insight to urban violence. To help him, I have found a you tube video depicting urban violence in the dark ages before there was an internet.

        https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=exGJsv6ZNlo

        Oh, and Happy Thanksgiving to all the Twitchy commenters.

  • fireandreamitchell

    If Obama had a third daughter she’d look like Sharkeisha.

    • RblDiver

      Nono, I think that’d be his son looking like Sharkeisha >.>

  • greatunconformity

    I think the Julia that named this troubled soul Sharkeisa, is most at blame.

  • Jefferson Tea Party

    This is the result of tantrums going unchecked. somebody needs to check this overgrown toddler. HARD.

  • b_truit

    You better pray you knock me out cold with that cheap shot and that I never find out who you are..

  • thedumbblonde

    Anyone know the back story on Miss Sharkeisha?

    • Joe W.

      I think she’s Trayvon’s sister. More than likely different baby daddy’s, though….

      • thedumbblonde

        Not nice. Seriously though, I’d like to know the who/what/when/where/how and why about this one.

        • Joe W.

          I guess you are right. Not nice at all. Clearly though, Sharkeisha is just another ghetto gangsta babe with the thug like attitude common among the genre. There are plenty of them in every inner city in America.

    • CrowEater

      Here’s a bit of it. Just sad and shameful.
      http://www.heavy.com/news/2013/11/who-is-sharkeisha-fight-video/

      • Joe W.

        Looks like they already scooped her up and locked her away….

        • thedumbblonde

          Oh, let’s hope so.

  • grais

    “bullied??!!?!”
    That thing should not only be manacled and flogged, she should be caged. For the rest of her days.

  • DeadlockVictim

    Not laughing at the fight, just the name.

  • therealguyfaux ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

    “Sharkeisha.”

    A dangerous violent predator.

    Really. Square biz. No lie.

    Some jokes write themselves.

    This one, though, would get rejected at any SNL writers’ conference, as being too obvious and being borderline racial abuse rather than humor.

    And unfortunately, this one isn’t really funny, beyond the name.

    If her name were “Rosa Parks Smith,” or “Harriet Tubman Jones,” it wouldn’t be funny at all, and the issue would be whether you should just stand there and film it as a friend of yours “chimps out.” Yeah, I said it– so sue me.

    But we’re not so politically correct over here, that we can’t find the fortuity of a woman felicitously named “Sharkeisha” attacking almost sublime in its funniness, while we still decry the violence and the seeming indifference of the filmer, and as we wish that the woman on the receiving end was not badly injured.

  • thedumbblonde

    Sharks don’t care.

  • Zorro

    Another crazy, violent liberal Democrat gang banger. Throw the book at her.

    • Ethan Deossa

      You better watch what you say about those liberal gang bangers, I hear Obeezy is bustin’ drones at any fool who hates on his scrilla. That’s what you want to hear isn’t it? Moron.

  • Bill Phillips

    No surprise that the SAME people that think the “knock-out game” is funny …also think this video is funny!

  • John Smith

    She should be held responsible for this. There is no reason for someone to attack others like this. That is just a coward attacking unsuspecting person.

  • http://www.greendragonweb.com/ Bryan Johns

    The only thing funny about it is the name “Sharkeshia” and that outfit she’s wearing. When I hear names like that I can’t help but think about the Johnny Cash song, “Boy Named ‘Sue’.” Maybe whoever gave her that name did it to force her to, “get tough or die.”

  • GTR003121

    I vote Sharkeisha for prison!

  • Shegma Futility

    im sure her father will have a talk with her, probably before she has to go to her after school job ,or maybe before Sunday service, and that this child will feel remorse for her actions..

  • http://www.GONINERS.com/ Kristine ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

    This is just sickening. Read her Twitter feed. This girl is reveling in the attention. She is loving every minute. Why are there no consequences for this disgusting example of humanity? Where are the parents? The police? Anyone?? And the sycophants. Christ, WTF is wrong with all of them? How pathetic must their existences be?

    https://twitter.com/LilButtSHAR

  • Guest

    Sharkeisha…is that her real name? No wonder she’s freaking out. And Todrick? Why can’t people give their kids normal names?

  • CelticDenise

    Who on Earth thought it was a good idea to allow n gr s to run loose? Let alone feed and breed them?

  • Shubi

    Fame in 21st century America: have a friend use their phone to record you sucker-punching someone; then put it on the internet. Instant celebrity. Disgusting. If someone did this to MY daughter, it would be the LAST thing they EVER did. Hopefully someone takes care of Sharkeisha before she strikes again.

  • Diamondz Cortel Lewis

    Yeah she’ll find out in jail and hell cuz this bitch think she powerful now so she don’t wanna change. But karma is a bitch!!