• Andrew Fifita's Instagram post in response to the picture. (Instagram)Source: Instagram
A Queensland pub is under fire for a Facebook post involving Andrew Fifita and his daughter.
By
Scott Bailey

30 Jun 2017 - 10:01 AM  UPDATED 30 Jun 2017 - 10:16 AM

NSW State of Origin prop Andrew Fifita has hit out at a Brisbane pub over what he says is a racist social media post.

Fifita posted a screenshot of the slur to Instagram on Thursday, which showed Kallangur Tavern naming a Blues fan as best dressed, suggesting a black doll on the patron's back was Andrew Fifita's daughter.

"This is f***ed ... I'm all for shaming me but when you involve my Family it's personal now," Fifita posted.

"This is so wrong on all levels.

"I will be in Brisbane soon and I will be going past your pub to see you personally."

It's understood the now-deleted image was uploaded during last Wednesday's Origin clash at ANZ Stadium, and Fifita was furious when shown the post the next day.

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The Cronulla forward's representatives were believed to have been promptly in contact with the venue, while Fifita himself has discussed it with other Indigenous players.

A statement was released through the pub's Facebook last Thursday, which apologised for the post.

"Kallangur Tavern apologises for any offense (sic) a recent post has caused which was deleted promptly," it read.

"It was an error in judgement by a staff member, whom is deeply regretful and repentant for the post made.

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"In no way is it the view of the patron portrayed, nor the hotel, its management nor staff."

Fifita, a three-time Indigenous All Stars representative, is set to become a father for a third time next month.

A spokesperson for the NRL said it would not be commenting on the matter.

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