Princess Nokia Splashes Hot Soup on Racist in NYC Subway Train

12 October, 2017, 19:19 | Author: Leticia Walters
  • Lawson deleted his Facebook comments after trying to explain himself

"It takes a lot of risk, trying to stand up to racists and bigots".

Princess Nokia performs onstage during day 2 of FYF Fest 2017 at Exposition Park on July 22, 2017 in Los Angeles.

After swaying through the train and jumping up and down, the man tells annoyed commuters "Who cares?" and shouts incoherently about the First Amendment.

This video emerged several days ago (the man also apparently proceeded to terrorize the L after similarly seeking attention on the G) but only now has the soup-thrower revealed herself to be Nokia. "Any other racists wanna try us again?" the 25-year-old Harlem artist tweeted.

And that wasn't the first time she stood up for what was right.

The enraged man appeared drunk as he held a can of what is believed to be a pre-mixed margarita and lime, when he heckled others riding the NY train from Brooklyn.

A drunk man got hot soup thrown at his face after he said the N-word on a train.

In the video, you see soup tossed at the guy as he's lying on the ground in an attempt to get up and get his cell phone.

"This bigot called a group of teenage boys 'n--' on the train so I stood up and slapped him and everybody on the train backed me up", she said online.

The important matter is: I will do anything to defend the honor of my brothers and sisters #blacklivesmatter.

In a slew of tweets, Princess Nokia, born Destiny Frasqueri, recounted the incident.

Gothamist points to some now-deleted Facebook posts from the Lime-A-Rita drinker (whose name is Paul Lawson), responding to the incident. He later said he is seeking help after that "unfortunate video". According to the Gothamist, "he added that he was "not that sorry" about his behavior, because he 'enjoys getting a rise out of people'". In May, he reportedly taunted a black man on a train for 20 minutes.

Nokia described how people came together to confront the man.



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