Dallas White woman hurls N-word at Black cop, pours drink on his face in viral video

The short video clip shows a busy street, where a White woman and a Black cop are seemingly engaged in an argument


                            Dallas White woman hurls N-word at Black cop, pours drink on his face in viral video
It initially appears as if the cop is going to chase the woman, but he stops himself and balls his fists (@qopol314/Twitter)
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A video of a White woman throwing her drink at a Black police officer's face while hurling racial slur is being circulated on TikTok. The clip, which is less than 20 seconds long, was posted to user @nwoha_nation’s account. It does not provide much context for the situation surrounding the incident, but a text overlay says that a “White girl” called a cop “the N-word”, and threw a “drink at him.”

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The video's hashtags suggest that it was shot in Dallas, Texas, by @nwoha_nation. @nwoha_nation goes by the name of Charles Canine Nwoha on his page. The short video clip shows a busy street, where a White woman and a Black cop are seemingly engaged in an argument. The surrounding noise makes it hard for the viewers to figure out the conversation. However, the video clearly shows that the woman angrily throws her drink at the cop's face. She then turns around and begins walking away. 

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It initially appears as if the cop is going to chase the woman, but he stops himself, crouches towards the ground and balls his fists, before going back to his squad car. According to a final text overlay, “it took everything in” the cop “not to lose his job” over what happened. 

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In the comments section, people slammed the woman for her actions. Some even wondered if the Black man is really a cop. However, the Texas Transportation Code states that “the use of red, white, or blue beacons, or flashing or alternating lights, on a motor vehicle” is prohibited for anyone other than police officers. It also disallows “the use of a title or an insignia, or the wearing of a uniform, that is intended to give the impression that the person is connected with a government entity.” This suggests that the man was indeed a cop.

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In another recent incident of racial discrimination, a viral TikTok video, which has garnered at least 12 million views, captured a woman confronting a Black man and accusing him of fitting the description of someone who was breaking into cars in a Nashville apartment garage. "First off, we have break-ins here in cars," said the woman standing with another man. Joshua Black, who captured the video, replied saying his own car had been broken into recently and that he has been living in the apartment building for five years. He claimed that the woman accused him of following her. 

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"White woman walked up to my car demanding to know why I was in the parking garage of MY apartment? Wow #foryou #foryoupage #racist #blacklivesmatter, Joshua Black wrote, sharing the video on TikTok and Twitter. The woman, meanwhile, said that someone had broken into her car and Black fit the description of the man who had been breaking into other cars at the complex as he was wearing a hoodie and carrying a backpack. However, according to the apartment complex, the suspect was actually a White adolescent on a bike with a red backpack.

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