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Drake Lewis was walking down the street in Kansas City, Missouri, with his friend Sam when they passed an intoxicated white woman standing outside a bar. The two men were taking photographs in what is known as the Power & Light District when Lewis says the woman randomly said, "these f–king n—ers."

Lewis turned to the woman and told her not to say that, then he turned on his camera and captured the rest of her racist rant.


After the bizarre exchange, Lewis went home and posted the video to social media. It has now received thousands of views. One person who commented on a now-deleted Facebook post told The Kansas City Star they knew the woman, and she had been fired from her job over the viral video.

The responses were what we've come to expect.











One by one, the racists fall down.

H/T: Kansas City Star, New York Post

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