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Yesterday, social media influencer Christian Walker confronted singer Kehlani for calling him an as-hole in a Starbucks drive-thru.

Christian was upset that Kehlani called him an as-hole, but he didn't explain what preceded the outburst.

Then Kehlani posted a video, saying Christian was upset that the Starbucks location displayed Pride flags in the windows, but no American flags.

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"I see behind me, that kid, Christian Walker, visibly losing his sh-t in the car... This Starbucks is covered in gay flags, trans flags, like, American remixed gay flags. I see him losing his sh-t the whole time."

Meanwhile, Christian also posted a video in which he offers to buy an American flag for the Starbucks location. The confrontation with Kehlani occurred after he questioned the Starbucks barista about the an American flag.

She said she got to the window and informed the Starbucks workers that the guy behind her was a "Republican Trump supporter" who "has a habit of harassing" the LGBT+ community.

"They're like, yeah, I know that kid... I'm like, he's a f---ing as-hole."

You know what happened next.

Both Kehlani and Christian are members of the LGBT+ community who have differing opinions.

Watch the videos below.

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Kehlani angered social media influencer Christian Walker by calling him an "a--hole," so he got out of his car and confronted her.

He captioned the TikTok video:

"This LOVING TOLERANT INCLUSIVE woman told the baristas I was 'that a--hole from tiktok.' So yes, I got out the car."

Christian, whose father is NFL great Herschel Walker, said, "Ma'am, ma'am, you don't need to tell baristas that I'm an a--hole because I have an opinion. Get your drink and go away... Well, guess what? You're the a--hole... If you can have an opinion, I can have an opinion, ma'am..."

"I can have an opinion like everybody else," Christian told the singer. "Why are you entitled to an opinion and not me?"

Kehlani can be heard in the video telling baristas that Christian, "Doesn't have to be obnoxious".

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Christian (right) captioned the video on Twitter:

"This mediocre singer that everyone's forgotten about, Kehlani, told my baristas at Starbucks that I was an "a**hole" and to be "safe around me." Well, I set her straight.

I'm tired of these fake woke people being rude to everyone and acting like they’re the good ones."

Black Twitter dragged Christian for simply defending himself.

One person tweeted:

"Hands would have been laid on his bitch a--, he's a whole man acting like a b-tch harassing a woman while she gets coffee @ChristianWalk1r
your a b-tch try that sh-t with a grown man, don't you have 20 brothers and sisters you need to go meet focus on that."

Meanwhile, Starbucks Coffee is closing 16 locations in inner cities due to crime and drug use in the restrooms.

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Starbucks Coffee customers can now use the restrooms without stumbling over drug addicts on their way in.

Starbucks announced it is closing 16 stores in major cities due to dangerous incidents caused by the company's woke "open bathrooms" policy.

Starbucks made headlines in 2018 when the company announced store managers could not block the homeless and other non-customers from using the restrooms.

Incidents include homeless people and drug addicts turning the restrooms into drug and sex dens.

The company even installed hazardous waste boxes for needle disposal in restrooms in various locations to accommodate drug addicts in 2018.

The store closures come after workers reported incidents involving drug use by customers and members of the public in store restrooms.

Workers signed a petition demanding the company do more to protect them.

Starbucks previously prohibited employees from limiting access to the restrooms to customers only.

"We read every incident report you file - it's a lot," wrote Starbucks executives Debbie Stroud and Denise Nelson in internal memos to employees Monday.

"We cannot serve as partners if we don’t first feel safe at work."

Starbucks refers to its employees as "partners" in company communications.

According to The Wall Street Journal, Starbucks gave store managers leeway to ban undesirables from using store bathrooms.

Additionally, stores can change layouts or limit seating in order to reduce dangerous situations.

"We have to harden our stores and provide safety for our people," Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz told the NY Times. "I don't know if we can keep our bathrooms open."

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