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Lil Nas x,Flo Milli,And More Show Sha’carri Love Following Her 100 Meter Loss

Rising track star Sha’Carri Richardson received some support online after finishing last in the 100m at the Nike Prefontaine Classic.

The race was the first the 21-year-old ran since being banned from the Olympic games for a failed drug test. Richardson was honest about using marijuana to cope with the loss of her biological mother just days before the LSU track star qualified for the Tokyo Games.

Jokes about Richardson were abound as many thought she talked a big game online before coming in last place. “Dead last” trending on Twitter on Saturday (August 21) as people watched the race in real time.

However, the Dallas native also received plenty of support from celebrities, including Lil Nas X and Flo Milli, and fans who encouraged Richardson to keep going.