“Walking Dead” actor Chad L. Coleman took great offense that a couple sitting near him on a New York City subway car didn’t recognize him.
And his tantrum was caught on camera.
“No, we don’t know that n*****,” the pair said after trying to figure out who the actor was, according to TMZ.
The couple’s confusion was more than enough to unleash Coleman’s demons.
“Where are my humanitarians?” he shouted as he paced up and down the subway car. “Yes, I’m Chad L. Coleman. I’m on ‘The Wire,’ ‘The Walking Dead.’ I’m not trying to play no f—— games with you. I’m telling you the truth. Yes, I’m an actor.”
Coleman later told TMZ he was talking about recent events in Baltimore, Md.
“If you care, f—– care!” he told those on the subway near him. “And that’s the goddamn truth.”
Coleman even urged those around him to record his performance on their smartphones.
“And when you record what I said, tell me what the f— you exposed,” Coleman screamed. “Nothing but the truth.”
The act did not seem to go over well with passengers, who scurried to get away from Coleman.
“At the end of the day, where’s the humanitarian in you?” he continued, going on for several more minutes about unconditional love toward others.
Just another day in New York City.
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