Deloitte says TikToker in viral “Imma Stab You” video was never an employee, had internship rescinded

Claria Janover, the woman in the viral “Imma kill you” viral video was never actually an employee of Deloitte, according to Deloitte.

Per DailyMail, instead she was scheduled to complete an internship with them later this summer, which the company rescinded.

Jonathan Gandal, a managing director at the firm, said Janover ‘has never been an employee of our organization’.

He said she was instead ‘formerly scheduled for a two-week internship later this summer.’

Gandal said the offer of an internship was withdrawn because they have a company policy forbidding threatening violence.

‘Deloitte unequivocally stands against the legacy of systemic bias, racism, and unequal treatment that continues to plague our communities,’ he said.

‘We encourage and support our colleagues to speak out on these issues of critical importance to society, but our policies strictly prohibit invoking or threatening violence.’

Per TCO, Janover, a TikToker who gained internet fame when a video of her threatening to “stab” people who say “all lives matter” went viral, announced on Twitter she had been fired by Deloitte.

Janover wrote:

Deloitte just fired me after my tiktoks standing up for #BlackLivesMatter were posted by popular trump twitter accts.

Despite its stance against racism the online slander campain of violence and scare tactics towards me were too powerful for the company.

know, I’m still standing

One Twitter user shared a video from TikTok of a teary Janover telling her side of the story.



In her controversial video that has gone viral with over 2 million views on Twitter, Janover tells people who say “all lives matter” that “I’mma stab you.”

Claria Janover:

The next person who has the sheer nerve, the sheer entitled caucasity to say “all lives matter” … I’mma stab you. I’mma stab you..and while you’re struggling and bleeding out. I’m gonna show you my paper cut and say, my cut matter too.