Triggered white liberal flips over ‘Kanye 2020’ street art; is in a pickle over calling cops, who he hates

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Street art supporting rapper Kanye West’s presidential run sent one California liberal into a meltdown.

The Twitter account for @Guerrillest mocked the progressive white man who was so triggered by the “Kanye 2020” work that he made a plea to the police, “who he hates'” to come take it down from its Santa Monica location. Video posted on social media showed the liberal berating the artist, Shepard Fairey, for the work, cursing at him and even threatening to show up at his home.

“You’re a piece of sh– for doing this,” the man said, holding up his phone to document the offending artwork referring to West, who declared last month that he is running for President of the United States.

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“This is my f—ing town. Where do you even f—ing live?” he demanded.

“Here, man” was the response, likely from Fairey, a graphic artist and social activist who currently lives and works in Los Angeles.

“Here? What street?” the face-mask wearing man asked. “You come in here and you post this kind of bullsh– up here.”

“It’s funny,” the artist could be heard responding, further triggering the liberal who hurled more profanities at him.

He then threatened to call the police, accusing Fairey again of putting up “bullsh– in my f—ing town.”

“Why do you hate Kanye? Because he’s black?” he was asked. “Is it because he’s black? I’m sure it’s not that.”

He argued that he had “a lot of reasons” to dislike the rapper and object to the street art blaring his name.

The video of the exchange continued with the man purportedly dialing the police to report the art, and spending a few minutes on the call as Fairey cleaned up his supplies and eventually left.

“This p-ssy called the cops – who he ‘hates – to come take it down, but they didn’t care. #CopsLoveKanye” the @Guerrillest account tweeted with a video of the incident.

He mocked the fact that the man declared he was calling the police, even though they were the “last people” he wanted to contact.

Social media users also called out the progressive complainer for his hypocrisy over the police.

Twitter users applauded the artist and agreed that the liberal’s meltdown was highly entertaining.

Frieda Powers

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Originally from New York, Powers graduated from New York University and eventually made her way to sunny South Florida where she has been writing for the BizPacReview team since 2015.
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