The 59-second video has garnered a little more than 100 'likes' and comments and has received more than 400 'shares'.
In the video, it appears as if the student belongs to a prominent Corporate Area high school as another student of the same school can clearly be identified. The male student who is holding a T-square, is making the accusations and is livid. He uses a number of expletives and derogatory terms to characterise the teacher. It is difficult to ascertain the age of the video.
"You see anytime nuh more ... teacher come a (the school's name) unuh tell me, you see you ... promise you this, promise you ... see the X ya, if mi go class September morning and you still deh ya ... you can go report mi to police, to the principal Mr ... mi a put a end to unuh," the student said in the video.
The student also mentions an alleged incident in which he claims the teacher touched another student. "Mi hear seh you all a touch ... pon him bottom and mi nuh support that. A Half-Way Tree y'all a go to? A dats why you a ...," the student said.
A vice-principal at the institution, who is aware of the video's post, said that an investigation is currently under way. "I am aware of this and we're doing our investigation. The student isn't a student of this school. You can call back after the investigation is complete," he said.
a former student
Interestingly, during an interview with a group of students, they revealed that the one in the video is a former student at the school. They also mentioned that the teacher in the video teaches a foreign language and behaves effeminate.
"He is no longer a (school's name) student. He was expelled. The teacher is a French teacher and he behaves effeminate. When he teaches, him mek mi want to learn," one student said. It is also difficult to say whether the student had been expelled in relation to this incident.
Several persons commenting on the video have expressed disgust at the juvenile's behaviour. One comment from a female identifies the student as a cousin and expresses embarrassment at the youth's behaviour.