The England Under-21 winger, who joined Bundesliga membership Hoffenheim on mortgage from Tottenham Hotspur final month, posted the screenshot on his Instagram story.
He wrote on the prime of the screenshot: “Honestly unbelievable. The craziest thing is I’m not even surprised anymore. Disgusting.”
“We are driven by inclusion and equality for all and nobody should have to endure such repulsive abuse,” it added.
In its assertion, posted above the screenshot of blurred out racist phrases directed at Sessegnon, the membership wrote: “Today, our player @RyanSessegnon was the target of horrific online racist abuse.
“#TSG stands for tolerance, integration and respect. We reject all types of racism, discrimination and exclusion and say #NoToRacism!”
Social media companies such as Instagram, which is owned by Facebook, have been criticized for the ways minority users are targeted with abuse on their platforms.
“We need everybody to really feel secure on Instagram, and we do not tolerate racism or discrimination of any sort,” said Facebook in a statement sent to CNN.
“We’ve invested closely in folks and know-how to assist discover and take away this content material extra rapidly, and not too long ago launched a brand new security characteristic that permits public figures to forestall folks they do not know from sending them messages on Instagram.”
In October, Facebook and Kick It Out launched ‘Take A Stand,’ a new joint initiative intended to educate fans on how to call out racism, both online and offline.
The new initiative includes an “anti-discrimination toolkit,” which fans can access through an automated WhatsApp service and receive information on how to tackle and report discrimination.