Who is Wocka Flocka Flame's wife? Tammy Rivera accuses CVS clerk of racial profiling
Rapper Wocka Flocka Flame’s wife Tammy Rivera decided to teach one of the employees of a drugstore a lesson after she claimed that the staff member racially profiled her by giving her constant stares up and down every aisle. Tammy took to her Instagram and shared a video where she detailed the incident that left her fuming.
The rapper’s wife also claimed that the employee- a woman, screamed at her when she tried to open a hair accessory. The case escalated when the clerk tried to kick the ‘Love & Hip Hop’ star out of the store and the cops were called. Flocka's better half, however, acted smart and left the spot only to call them back Monday morning with an intention to file a complaint.
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Who is Wocka Flocka's wife?
Tammy Rivera is a TV personality, singer, and entrepreneur. She is also inclined towards fashion. Tammy shot to fame with her appearance on the VH1 reality show ‘Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta’. She dropped her first single ‘All These Kisses’ in June 2017 followed by a few other tracks like ‘Only One and ‘Charlie’.
In April 2021, Tammy released a song called ‘Babymama’ from her debut album ‘Conversations’. Tammy inaugurated her swimwear line T-Rivera in 2015. Tammy Rivera’s rapper husband Flocka had joined the cast of ‘Love & Hip Hop’ in 2013. She has a daughter who was born in July 2005. Flocka and Tammy raise the kid together despite him not being her biological father.
Did Wocka Flocka's wife get racially profiled?
A visible frustrated Tammy River shared two lengthy videos on her official Instagram to accuse the CVS employee of racially profiling. In the first video filmed at the store, she mentioned that the employee did not greet her or assist her and eventually asked her to leave the store. Tammy after filming her video did leave the spot with an intention to avoid trespassing charges. In the clip, she had mentioned that she was a regular visitor to the store. Tammy ended up calling them the next day and filed a complaint to the CVS store located in n DeKalb County. The general manager then quickly called her to apologize for the employee’s actions. A CVS rep told TMZthat the store had a “firm non-discrimination policy” and ensured that all customers were “treated with respect and are offered courteous customer service.” Apparently, the company will also be launching an investigation into the matter.
Tammy told TMZ that she did not want the store to fire the employee rather she should get education on discrimination education and training. In the second video, while explaining her side of the story, Tammy asserted, “I want to be treated fairly and I’m a human being. I don’t think I look better than everybody else. I’m a regular person and I don’t expect to be treated with special privileges.” She added, “I believe that you should greet the janitor with the same respect you give to the CEO.” Tammy then shared a message to the employee, “Treat everybody fairly. You sat there and you racially profiled me.” It’s crazy because I see a lot of black and brown people and we go through it a lot.”