Dave Chappelle flipped out on a fan who approached his table at a hotel restaurant without a mask on.
Cellphone footage released by Dailymail.com shows the comedian, who requires masks at his comedy shows, chastising a female fan who approached him and a group of friends at the Four Seasons hotel in Austin, Texas.
Chappelle was in town doing "socially-distant" live shows on November 16, 17, and 18.
The video was taken by part-time actor Chad Laboy, who says a friend approached Chappelle without wearing a mask. Laboy stated, "My friend didn't have her mask on when she walked over to his table and rightly so, they chastised her for it."
He continued, "She apologized and offered to put her mask on, but continued to get berated. No one at their table was wearing a mask, but the group was extremely rude, saying things like, 'we don't know you', 'get the f**k away', and began calling her names."
Laboy pointed out that Chappelle and his crew weren't wearing masks either. Laboy added that Chappelle was trying to deescalate the situation, which was shown in the video, but he says that Chappelle's friends continued to be aggressive, including one man who shoved him and tried to snatch his phone.
Laboy says Chappelle and his group of friends later confronted them at their table and Chappelle told him, "You a bi**h a** n****a." The Austin PD arrived, and after hearing Laboy's side of the story, they gave them all a "trespass warning for a full year and we could not return to the hotel during that time or we would be arrested."
A viral video shows a Black mom going off on her son for not voting for Democratic candidate Joe Biden on Nov. 3.
"I told you to do Biden! Now we done lost the vote... that's gon' go to Trump!" the woman screamed as she struggled to keep her car on the road. A woman in the car is heard giggling hysterically as mother and argue over his right to vote for the candidate of his choice.
"Stop worshiping these people like they're a f***ing god," said the son.
"Ain't nobody worshipping them. But gotdammit Chris, we need somebody in there with some mf sense!"
Miami police escorted an unruly passenger off a Delta flight after she slapped a flight attendant who asked her to wear a mask.
The flight from Miami to Atlanta was preparing to take off when the altercation occurred in front of shocked passengers.
Other passengers filmed the incident and shared the footage on social media.
The video shows the flight attendant asking the female passenger and her boyfriend to buckle up and wear their face masks in accordance with local ordinances.
But the passenger refused to put on her face mask which was hanging under her chin. The passenger's boyfriend tried to hold her back after she slapped the flight attendant in the face.
Other passengers stood up and intervened in the argument, separating the two women.
The footage shows Miami police escorting the couple off the plane moments later. The flight was delayed for 4 hours.
"The police have boarded the aircraft. The passenger does now seem to be leaving," said Katty Kay, a journalist with BBC News, who was on the flight. "The @Delta flight attendants handled it with remarkable patience and good humor," she tweeted.
There have been numerous altercations over airline passengers refusing to wear face masks amid the weakening pandemic.
A recent study by the CDC shows 74% of people who always wear face masks were infected with Covid-19. The same study shows only 12% of people who never wear face masks were infected.
A Utah man has apologized after he lost his job for coughing on Black Lives Matter protesters.
Robert Brissette, of Kanab, issue an apology after he was caught on viral video coughing on Black Lives Matter protesters.
The incident happened on Saturday, Oct. 10, at a Kanab gas station. Brissette told the NY Post he was pumping gas when the protesters "goaded" him by throwing rocks at his pickup truck.
"The action was screwed up on my part," Brissette said. "I should never have done that, and that part I apologize for. But to the person that I did it at, I do not apologize to. I apologize to the general public for being a dumb s—t doing that. But the person I did it at deserved it."
Brissette, 42, said he didn't actually cough on the protesters. "I only made the sound. I didn't spit on them or anything. I fake-coughed. It was a fake."
Brissette said he fake-coughed 11 times and he knocked a cap off a protester's head. He said a female BLM organizer slapped him three times in the face, but the video didn't capture that.
Brissette and the BLM protesters are Caucasian. He said he was forced to delete his social media accounts and change his phone number after receiving an avalanche of threats.
Brissette created a GoFundMe page to raise funds for his legal defense. But he took the page down after police declined to charge him.
An Antifa protester was assaulted by a Trump supporter for playing an anti-Trump rap song by rappers YG and Nipsey Hussle.
The incident happened in a convenience store parking lot in Denton, Texas on Saturday.
Trump supporters held a small rally outside the Buc-ee's convenience store in support of President Trump, who was under observation at Walter Reed Medical Center after testing positive for Covid-19.
Jason Lata was arrested after he punched an Antifa protester who played an anti-Trump rap song, "F**k Donald Trump," in his pickup truck.
In cellphone footage, Lata and another man confront the protester, as the song played in the background. Lata yelled profanities and screamed "Turn it off!", before punching the man in the face.
The song is by rappers YG and the late Nipsey Hussle. It was released in 2016 as part of a movement to motivate Black rap fans to vote for Hillary Clinton.
Don't let Donald Trump win, that ni**a cancer
He too rich, he ain't got the answers
He can't make decisions for this country, he gon' crash us
No, we can't be a slave for him
Lata was booked into the City of Denton Jail and bail was set at $15,000.
An arrest warrant has been issued for Rayshard Brooks' girlfriend, Natalie White, a suspect in the torching of the Wendy's restaurant where Brooks was gunned down by a police officer.
White, 29, was captured on cellphone video allegedly pouring an accelerant into the restaurant before it burned to the ground following peaceful protests on the night of June 13.
White faces charges of arson in the first degree, the Atlanta Fire Rescue Department said on Saturday.
Police responded to a call about a man asleep behind the wheel of a car in the Wendy's drive-thru lane.
In police body cam footage, Brooks said White was his girlfriend.
"Natalie White, she's my girlfriend," he told the officers. He explained that she dropped him off at the restaurant and then walked to her home a few blocks away.
He said when police arrived, he backed the car into a parking space but he did not drive the car to the restaurant.
Brooks was shot multiple times as he fled from the police officers who attempted to arrest him for a suspected DUI.
Surveillance video shows Brooks turn and fire the taser at the pursuing officer who shot him twice in the back.
Officer Garrett Rolfe was fired from the police force and charged with 11 criminal counts including felony murder and aggravated assault.
Brooks' wife, Tomika Miller, was gifted with a new car to help her get around with her four children, 13-year-old step-son Mekai, and daughters Blessing, 8, Memory, 2, and Dream, 1.
Screengrab: WBFO, YouTube.com
All 57 members of Buffalo, NY's Emergency Response Team resigned in "disgust" after two of their fellow officers were suspended for shoving an elderly man to the ground during a George Floyd protest.
Graphic film shot by a cameraman for WBFO News shows Martin Gugino, 75, approach a group of Buffalo police officers and attempt to interact with them.
Two of the officers shoved the elderly man to the ground, causing him to hit his head on the sidewalk.
Blood is seen pouring from Gugino's right ear as he lay motionless on the sidewalk while the officers callously walked past him.
Gugino, a longtime peace activist from Amherst, was hospitalized at Erie County Medical Center with a concussion.
Two officers were suspended, and NY Gov. Andrew Cuomo called for the officers to be criminally charged.
"You see that video and it disturbs your basic sense of decency and humanity," Cuomo said Friday during his daily press briefing on the coronavirus.
"Why, why, why was that necessary? Where was the threat? Older gentleman. Where was the threat? And then you just walk by the person while you see blood coming from his head."
He added: "I was sick to my stomach... it was the same feeling I had for 90 of the past nights when I got the death tolls for coronavirus. I was physically sick to my stomach."
WARNING: the video is very graphic. Viewer discretion is advised.
A male-to-female trans was badly beaten by a mob of at least 30 men in a convenience store parking lot in Minnesota this week.
Minnesota is ground zero for violent protests in response to the death of an unarmed Black man at the hands of a white police officer.
Cell phone video shows the Hispanic MtF trans being punched and stomped by a mob of Black males.
The tweet's author seemed to blame Black men in general and Black "cishet" females for the mob violence.
"Black men I don't have it in me to write a long post cishet Black women I don't have it In me to reprimand you all either. DO BETTER."
After many on social media questioned what preceded the beat down, someone wrote:
"Real Story of [Iyanna] Dior She jump into another persons car. Than she drove 50mph in a parking lot with kids.She than crash into 4-5 different cars. She was also not sober she was intoxicated. She than got out the car and ran to the corner store call sam diary #BlackLivesMatter."
The bloodied and bruised Dior fled inside the convenience store where the owner provided shelter behind the counter.
But Dior began to swear at the mob which only elevated tensions again.
Twitter users expressed outrage at the savage beating, as many asked for contact details to help Dior.
Conservative Twitter activist Mark Dice tweeted, "So, Black Lives Matter, unless it's a black transgender person who happened to dent another black person's car in Minneapolis?"
Several concerned citizens reached out to Dior on Facebook. Dior soon posted a request for donations to "help me pay for the vehicles I destroyed..."
A Bronx woman went viral on Tuesday after she shamed the looters who ransacked her restaurant during 8 days of violent protests in New York City.
The woman pleaded with rioters to help build up the black community, not tear it down.
The woman is co-owner of Valentine Deli Corp, a sandwich shop located at 2463 Valentine Avenue in the Bronx, NY.
"You said Black lives matter. You lied! Look what you did to my store," she said.
The woman made a passionate plea to the looters to "Get a job" and "Stop stealing. Fix the neighborhood."
The woman didn't ask for money. She apparently has insurance. Men who appear to be construction workers are at the scene cleaning up.
Still, several GoFundMe accounts were created to help rebuild the store.
The largest fund raised nearly $50,000 in donations.
The protests started as a peaceful response to the killing of an unarmed Minnesota man who died in police custody.
But the peaceful protests devolved into violence and widespread looting in Democratic cities once Black Lives Matter and Antifa hijacked the demonstrations.
Black Lives Matter is an organization that campaigns against violence. Antifa, an anarchist group funded by globalist George Soros, stands for "anti-facists."
The backlash continues over a YouTube star who "rehomed" her Asian adopted son because the 3-year-old's special needs issues were too complex for her to handle.
YouTube viewers lashed out at vlogger Myka Stauffer and her husband James after they gave up their adopted son, Huxley, because his autism was too much to handle.
According to Today, major brands bailed on the couple following the intense backlash. Brands including Playtex Baby, Danimals, Suave, Chili's, and Big Lots have announced they will no longer partner with Stauffer.
Myka and James earn thousands of dollars a month on YouTube.com. Their revenue increased when they documented the difficulties trying to adopt baby Huxley from China in 2017.
In a post in 2017, Stauffer wrote that she knew he was "profoundly developmentally delayed" beyond what was detailed in the adoption paperwork.
After 3 years of documenting Huxley's every move, the Stauffers quietly stopped including him in social media photos, and went on with their lives as if he never existed.
In a tearful video - in response to her followers demanding to know where Huxley was - she claimed she wasn't aware of Huxley's autism or a newly diagnosed brain cyst.
The Stauffers' followers accused the couple of using little Huxley to create content for profit, then "rehoming" the boy with another family when they could no longer monetize him.