Varials are being accused of allegedly using racial slurs by their former singer Travis Tabron after releasing a t-shirt benefiting The Bail Project and Campaign Zero.

Tabron, who left the band at the beginning of the year citing his need to maintain his mental health, is saying the band has previously used the n-word in response to their shirt supporting the Black Lives Matter movement.

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The band posted a shirt for sale on June 5 with proceeds going towards organizations helping in the Black Lives Matter movement.

Someone questioned why Tabron waited until now to say something about Varials' alleged use of the slur and he responded with a series of posts outlining his reasoning.

The band has not responded to the allegations at the time of writing.

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