A widely-shared video has been revealed, showing a man shouting racist slurs on a New York City subway train, before an altercation with an up-and-coming rapper.
In a recently viral cell phone footage, a white man can be seen hurling the n-word at a group of black teenagers in a crowded Brooklyn-bound L train. In the video passengers, in true NY fashion, don't put up with the antagonizing asshole and force him off the train at the Bedford Ave station. "I'm a lawyer. I went to NYU Law". That's when video captured Princess Nokia throwing a thick yellow soup in his face. It's insane to see shit like this popping off, and suffice it to say, the racist man will probably think twice before he starts popping off with racial slurs.
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She then boots Frasqueri onto the platform with a kick after ordering him to "get off the train".
The man - who was clutching an open can of Lime-A-Rita - was eventually forced out of the carriage by Nokia and a few other passengers, but not before she cocked her elbow and hurled some soup straight at the man's face.
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"I will do anything to defend the honor of my brothers and sisters #blacklivesmatter", Frasqueri, who grew up between Spanish Harlem and the Lower East Side tweeted.
Today though, it's NY rapper Princess Nokia's turn to take on the dickheads. She has since verified that she slapped the man after he called a group of boys on the train the n-word, and that the rest of the train vehicle offered support in standing up to the inebriated racist named Paul Lawson. He said he used the word to "mak [e] a point" and that he feels "bad" but he's "not that sorry".
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Nokia, whose legal name is Destiny Frasqueri, tweeted her account of the incident early Wednesday morning. He later said he is seeking help after that "unfortunate video". Those who witnessed the incident on Monday (Oct. 9) acted upon it, pushing the man off the train and stopping him from harming others.