Black Twitter takes Shaun King to the fun house after he tries to play superhero

(Video screenshots from Twitter/WGRZ)

Shaun King, a white man who purports to be black, has now taken it upon himself to pretend he’s a superhero like Batman. In doing so, he’s managed to earn himself another round of hearty laughter. And as usual, everybody’s laughing at him, not with him.

This story begins in Miami, where a 21-year-old social media star named Kelvin Peña, aka Brother Nature, was assaulted at a sandwich shop on Friday evening.

According to reports, the assault began in the parking lot but proceeded indoors after Peña, the alleged victim, followed his attacker inside.

As videos of the assault began to go viral Saturday, King rushed in like a superhero, promising in tweets to Peña that he would locate the attacker and handle him:

King’s seemingly noble gesture stemmed in part from Brother Nature’s record as a purported good guy. In fact, he both earned his moniker and achieved fame by feeding and being friendly to nature’s creatures, namely the deer that frequent his massive backyard.

What makes Peña unique is how he speaks with animals if as they’re his homies.

Case in point:

King’s seemingly noble tweets weren’t well-received. Why? Because besides boasting a track record for lying about everything, the infamous Black Lives Matter activist has also been accused of scamming people out of their money.

In short, he ain’t a superhero — he’s what most would call a scumbag:

Check out the scathing/mocking responses his tweets inspired below:

Well, King is certainly white enough to fill in for Neeson.

But it gets worse for the fake black man. Much worse.

It turns out that Peña (Brother Nature, or BN) isn’t quite the victim he’s been portrayed as. TMZ has confirmed, in fact, that he instigated both fights.

“BN was sitting at a table inside the sandwich shop and demanding to be served by a waiter, although the staff had stopped serving at that point. We’re told everyone who wanted food had to order at the counter,” TMZ reported late Saturday.

“Well, apparently … Brother Nature wasn’t too happy with that, according to the people we spoke with. He allegedly got up and confronted the staff, going on to ramble about his celebrity status … the ‘you don’t know who I am?’ treatment, we’re told.”

By the way, Peña happens to be very left-wing (*Language warning):

Peña’s rude behavior was reportedly recorded by an unnamed man. According to TMZ, the sandwich shop’s manager eventually asked him to leave. Though he complied, while outside he reportedly picked a fight with the guy who’d been recording him.

“It was all downhill from there … the guy seen on video stepped out and handled BN in the lot, came back inside and tried letting it be,” TMZ reported.

Watch the outside altercation below:

“BUT, we’re told BN came back inside and wanted more … allegedly hitting one of the attacker’s acquaintances, seemingly for no reason,” TMZ’s report continues. “That’s when we’re told the indoor stomp out began, with the attacker and at least one of his friends thrashing BN (again).”

Watch the inside altercation below:

The fact that King has chosen to stand up for Peña isn’t surprising given his past. King was made famous because of Black Lives Matter, a movement that was formed in defense of a violent thug who was justifiably shot and killed after he attacked a police officer in 2014.

Newsflash to young men everywhere: Instigating fights can lead to you getting beat up or even killed, so be wise and cool it with the macho behavior.

As for King, he needs to accept that he’s neither black nor a superhero.

Vivek Saxena

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V. Saxena is a staff writer for BizPac Review with a decade of experience as a professional writer, and a lifetime of experience as an avid news junkie. He holds a degree in computer technology from Purdue University.
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