American Airlines passenger who called black crew member the N-word nearly beatdown

Francis Akhalbey March 18, 2020
The white female passenger was confronted by her black seatmate for calling a black crew member the N-word

A white passenger aboard an American Airlines flight who appeared drunk almost received a beatdown from her black female seatmate after she confronted her for calling a black flight crew member the N-word.

The incident, which was captured on video and shared by Facebook user Dre Justice on Sunday, shows the black passenger calling her out for her racist attack. The video has been viewed over a million times.

“You’re gonna sit here and call him a ‘f*cking g n*gger’ while you’re sitting beside an African-American woman?” the black passenger asks her. “You are f*ucking stupid. You need to be locked the f*ck up. I hope they lock your m*ther*cking ass up, ’cause you a dumb ass b*tch.”

The white woman, who has a slurred speech, however, appears unperturbed and even dares the black woman to “hit me if you’re trying to” during their heated exchange. The white passenger can also be heard saying “my cousin is black.”

As their altercation ensues, the straw that breaks the camel’s back is when the white passenger also calls the black woman the N-word. She is then grabbed by the throat by the black woman and she aggressively pushes her almost off her seat.

“Who’s a n*gger?!,” the black woman asks as flight crew members, including the black male she racially abused, attempt to separate them.

“B*tch, you done lost your m*ther*cking mind! You done lost your m*therf*cking mind!,” the woman said, as the white passenger screams “Get the f*ck off me!”

“You gon sit beside me and call him a m*therf*cking n*gger,” the black woman asks before she is led away.

The white woman, who can be heard crying, asks the flight crew to call security. She can also be seen pushing the black crew member away after he returns to her seat to try and calm her down.

Take a look at the incident below:

Last Edited by:Kent Mensah Updated: March 18, 2020


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