A Rangers striker has hit out at his own club's fans after claiming his family were subjected to racist abuse. 

Dapo Mebude has been left sickened by comments that were made "over a game of FIFA".

The appalled 19-year-old Ibrox starlet expressed his frustrations on Twitter yesterday evening.

He wrote: "Some “Rangers” fans being racist towards my family over a game of FIFA."

A second Tweet was posted by the academy star, sharing the vile comments made towards his family. 

It reads: "Go back to the cotton fields” “you’d be better with a chain in your mouth” making whipping noises."

Supporters of the Light Blues have been left outraged as the club has worked tirelessly to launch their anti-racism campaign 'Everyone Anyone' campaign. 

Players James Tavernier and Connor Goldson previously opened up on racist taunts they have received on social media in the past.