A white woman was caught on camera shouting racial abuse at two men outside a bar in Kansas city, telling them to ‘get the f**k up outta here’.
The woman, who has not been identified, unleashed her vile tirade soon after two men of color taking photos passed her outside a bar in Kansas City’s Power & Light District on Wednesday.
The unidentified woman (left) shouts racist obscenities at Drake Lewis (right) and his friend laugh at some of the insults outside Kansas City’s Power & Light District on Wednesday
His friend, Saomana Tualatamalelagi, is Samoan-American, according to
In the video, a woman standing near Grand Boulevard in the entertainment district can be heard shouting at the men, saying, ‘It is what it is. I’m a white f*****g cracker, you a caramel n****r.’
Lewis and his friend then laughed at the woman, saying her ‘drunk a**’ should move along.
‘Yeah I’m drunk, f**k you,’ she replied. ‘Fuck you and the white horse you rode in on, bitch, with your orange and red shoes. Get the f–k out of my face’
When he told her to stop, she launched into the rant.
‘You a caramel n****r,’ the woman said before proclaiming she was drunk.
The woman gets increasingly aggressive as the men tell her to stop shouting racist slurs
She proceeds to walk over to the men before calling Drake Lewis a ‘caramel n****r’
The woman, now walking towards the two men, continued: ‘You got a problem with this old woman, white f*****g cracker? Get the f**k out of my face, ya b***h!’
Earlier today, Lewis’ video had more than 130,000 views on Facebook, Twitter and other video sharing sites.
Lewis told the Kansas City Star that the ‘really random’ incident left him and his friend outraged, adding that it is not an unusual occurrence.
‘He [Saomana] gets it all the time,’ Lewis told the newspaper.
Kansas City’s Power & Light District (pictured) where the incident happened on Wednesday
Lewis said he publicized the video to expose the prevalence of racism. He said: ‘I posted it to expose how people really are and to show that racism is pretty much everywhere. I’m just really tired of the disrespect’.
He said that he was unphased by the incident. ‘I’m fine. ‘At the end of the day I’m still gonna be me’.
On Facebook, under a now-deleted post sharing Lewis’ video, a person claimed to have employed the woman who said the slurs.
The employer asked to remain anonymous, but confirmed to The Star that she knew the woman in question and that she had been fired because of the video.
Nick Benjamin, executive director of the Power & Light District, denounced the woman’s actions.
‘There is no place in our society for the kind of abhorrent speech that a visitor to downtown appears to have made on a public street in the video and we condemn it in the strongest possible terms,’ he told The Star in an email.
Drake Lewis (pictured) said he posted the video to expose the prevalence of racism in society
The video is the latest in a string of racist incidents spotlighted through social media.
Last week in Brooklyn, New York, a white woman told police that a 9-year-old boy sexually assaulted her, but video surveillance showed the boy accidentally brushing past her while walking in a deli. The woman has since issued an apology.
In St Louis this week, a black man’s video of a white woman refusing to allow him to enter his apartment building went viral and caused the woman to lose her job.
To be continued
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