Before she doused him in her soup, she slapped him, she said.
Footage of a drunken white man identified as Paul Lawson repeatedly calling a group of black teens a racial slur has been making the rounds on social media since Tuesday.
"I talk shit cause I know I can cause I'm a lawyer".
The altercation heightened as the self-proclaimed NYU law grad yammered on about the First Amendment and continued screaming the slur at the top of his lungs, causing passengers to get aggressive and oust him from the train at the next stop. 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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Another woman picks up his bag.
"It takes a lot of risk, trying to stand up to racists and bigots".
"Get off, get off, get off. Get the f-k out!" she shouts as she and another man proceed to kick the bigoted rider.
In the now viral video, Princess Nokia-real name: Destiny Frasqueri-can be heard shouting "get the fuck out!" at the man, as he chants the n-word and dares straphangers to confront him.
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It would be fair to say that she is now an internet soup-er star.
"But I be damned if i let some drunk bigot call a group of young teenage boys racist names and allow him to get away with it", she tweeted. "When I slapped him he called me a [n-word], and when I did all my brothers on the train came to my side and held my hand and comforted me".
"Back the f-k up", Frasqueri exclaims in the video as the man tries to get back onto the train. 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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However, according to other reports, this wasn't Lawson's first involvement in such an incident. Those who witnessed the incident on Monday (Oct. 9) acted upon it, pushing the man off the train and stopping him from harming others. "He thrives on confrontation", a source said.