Black man says he is 'racist' while abusing Asian-American in viral video: 'Take your a** back to China'

When cops tells him his rant 'sounded racist,' the black man retorts "I am racist. Breonna Taylor, Omari... what's his name, and George Floyd! This is my country"


                            Black man says he is 'racist' while abusing Asian-American in viral video: 'Take your a** back to China'
Black man hurls racial abuses at Asian American man in viral video (Reddit screenshot)

Days after an ex-LAPD cop was caught on tape hurling racist abuses against a Black man, a new video is now going viral. In the clip, a Black man can be seen in a verbal altercation with an Asian American. The argument caught on camera shows the Black man hurling anti-Asian slurs right in front of the police, before turning to the cops and insulting them too. 

Posted on the Reddit account r/PublicFreakout, the clip is captioned "Racist tells an Asian American to go back to China and then physically threatens to 'beat his ass' right in front of two cops." Right at the beginning of the video, the Black man asks the man of Asian descent: "Man, what? Shut your Chinese ass up. Take your ass back to China."

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When the police officer leaning against his car tells him that the comment "sounded racist," the black man retorts "I am racist. Breonna Taylor, Omari... what's his name, and George Floyd! This is my country." He then points at the cop and says "Shut your white a**s up!" Turning his attention back to the Asian American man, he repeats "Take your little a** back to China."

He then turns towards the cops and said "Y'all gonna kill me anyway", before turning back to the Asian man to shout some more derogatory insults. The Black man tells the Asian man, he's got the "smallest dick on the planet" and that he would "f**k his wife better" than the man. 

The unidentified Black man abusing cops and another Asian-American in the viral video (Reddit screenshot)

He soon fixates on the Asian-American man's lack of hair and then proclaims "I'll beat the shit out your little Chinese a**," and "go make me shrimp rice, n***a." Without engaging in any actual physical confrontation, the Black man keeps moving away from the others. He then turns to the police officers and says "Yeah, I'll wish you would approach me; I'll beat your ass, n***a. Yeah, f**k you, white boy."

The Black man challenges the cops to arrest him but they reply he's not doing anything to get arrested. "I know I'm not doing anything, but this what y'all do," says the Black man. "We don't do anything, but y'all fucking kill us. I need fucking justice, n***a. On my momma, we need justice, n***a! Or we gon' keep on robbing shit. On my momma, we lootin' everything." He then finally waves and leaves as the cops say, "Have a good day."

 

Comments under the clip of the Black man hurling racist offenses (Reddit)

 

The viral video has since garnered quite a few comments from Reddit users. One person with the online moniker of Astral_Strider commented under the video: "Racist assholes are in all colors, there's no doubt..."

Another called Thedirtyjersey wrote: "Yep, sorry fact is a lot of disenfranchised people don't actually care about racism when it doesn't affect them. They're just as racist as anyone they like to complain about. Also the suffering Olympics, they build an identity around being a victim and can't stand to be overshadowed by anyone else not like them also being disenfranchised. Obviously not everyone but way more people than a lot might want to admit."

A user with the name thebusiness7 also quipped: "While the peasants argue, the 0.01% billionaire elite profit. Keep being distracted peasants, you're serving you're masters well meanwhile the country has a nonexistent healthcare fix, crumbling infrastructure, and abysmal educational system."