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A white man caught on video berating another white man excused his use of a variation of the ’n-word’ because black rappers use it and because he was holding a sign that said “BLM.”
**Warning: Strong language
As the video begins, the man appears to be aggressively goading someone before saying, “Do something, ni**er!”
At that, the man taking the video says, “What did you say to him?”
“I said do something,” the BLM supporter responded.
“No, after that,” the videographer says.
“I said ni**a, with an ‘a,’” says the BLM supporting man.
“So, you’re here for black lives matters but you’re using the ’n word,’” the man taking the video says.
“What the f**k are you here for?” says the BLM supporter.
“I’m just curious. I’m just curious,” says the videographer as the two begin to talk over each other. “You’re using the ’n-word’ but you’re here for Black Lives Matter.”
The BLM supporter then begins trying to justify his use of the word.
“You really honestly live in America in 2020 but you don’t know the difference between a hard ‘er’ on the end of the ’n-word’ and an ‘a,’” the BLM activist begins.
“So, you’re saying white people can say that?” asks the videographer.
“I just did to this guy right here,” the supporter responds. “And do you know which white guy specifically? The one that’s been standing over there for hours holding a Black Lives Matter sign.”
“So that means you can say whatever you want,” said the videographer.
“You f**king white c**t,” the BLM supporter says. “You’re a Trump-supporting fool.”
“Hey, you’re the one holding the BLM sign and using the ’n-word.’ Wrap that together,” said the videographer.
The BLM supporter once again tries to justify his use of the word.
“Have you never listened to rap music? There’s probably, I would guess, 320 million people in the United States,” the supporter says removing his coronavirus mask. “Probably 319 million have heard rap music at some point.
“Have you not? Have you heard rap music?” he persisted.
“So that means we can say whatever we hear. That means we can say whatever we hear?” the videographer asks.
“Have you ever heard rap music? So then you know the difference between an ‘a’ and an ‘er,’” adding, “‘er’ is what people like you say,” said the BLM supporter. “People like you say stuff like that.”
“Oh, really?” the videographer responds. “Yeah, you have no idea what I say.”
“You dumb f**kin’…oh, you’re a liberal? You’re standing over here talking to a cop. F**k you and everything you stand for,” said the supporter.
“In fact, I’m the one who had the problem with you saying it,” the videographer interjected.
“You goofy f**k,” the agitator continues, flipping the videographer the middle finger. “‘What did you say, the n-word?’ With an ‘a’ on the end. Have you honestly never heard rap music? You’ve never hung out with black people? You really don’t have a point here, you’re just running your f**king mouth. You stupid f**king white guy.”
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