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Princess Nokia Is A New York Hero For Throwing Hot Soup At A Racist Subway Passenger

Princess Nokia Is A New York Hero For Throwing Hot Soup At A Racist Subway Passenger

Princess Nokia Rides High in Swaggering New "G.O.A.T." Video
Source: Youtube

https://twitter.com/balleralert/status/917546665459949568

Princess Nokia speaks on her involvement in a circulated video clip where a racist man on a New York L train was thrown off for screaming racial slurs at passengers.

Taken this past weekend, the video shows Paul Lawson saying the N-word while drinking a lime-a-rita. Ultimately, a group of people swarm him and push him off the train when it makes a stop. When he tries to get back on you can see someone throw a cup of soup at his direction.

Well, that person turned out to be New York’s Destiny Frasqueri, otherwise known as artist Princess Nokia.

“And yes I threw hot soup in this man’s face and kicked him off off the train, and kicked in the face. Any other racists wanna try us again,” the rapper wrote on her Twitter.

https://twitter.com/princessnokia/status/917981220662804481

Prior to that, Nokia recounted how the incident transpired in a string of tweets.

https://twitter.com/princessnokia/status/917980239917191170

https://twitter.com/princessnokia/status/917980441684127744

https://twitter.com/princessnokia/status/917981013501992961

https://twitter.com/princessnokia/status/917981718669389824

https://twitter.com/princessnokia/status/917984626139979776

https://twitter.com/princessnokia/status/917985785034493954

According to a report from the New York Daily News, Lawson, who claimed to have attended NYU Law School during the incident, never attended the school at all. A spokeswoman for the school said they had no record of Lawson ever being a student there.

Source: nydailynews.com

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