A Black YouTuber's video of a racist confrontation led to an Arizona man's arrest and firing

Andre Abram과 그의 룸메이트는 지난주 Scottsdale에서 YouTube 채널의 동영상을 촬영할 준비를하고있었습니다., 애리조나, when they were confronted by a man who used racial slurs after asking them what they were doing.

He told CNN the man, who has been identified as Paul Ng, was taking their pictures on Friday morning before he approached them and said that they were ina no n***er zoneduring a conversation.
We were on a public road. We weren’t being loud. We weren’t being belligerent. We weren’t being disorderly,” Abram, 누가 흑인인가, 화요일 CNN에.
Abram and his roommate each took video of the incident, which have gone viral on social medialeading to Ng being arrested and fired from his real estate job.
    In a text message, Ng told CNN thatalthough provoked, I should not have responded in that manner.He said he’s not a racist but reacted poorly.
    Abram posted video of the incident on Instagram, where it has been viewed almost 388,000 타임스. He also shared it on his YouTube channel, 더 많은 95,000 subscribers.
    비디오에서, Abram can be heard asking Ng, “Why are you coming over here?”
    I just wanted to see what you guys were taking pictures of,” Ng said, to which Abram replied, “Why is that your business?”
    Ng said the building behind him was his home and asked Abram about their car’s Michigan license plate. (Abram told CNN that he and his roommate moved to Scottsdale from Detroit five months ago.)
    비디오에서, Ng said that they have had a lot of problems in the neighborhood recently.
    “상관 없어,” Abram says. “You don’t know me. Why are you taking pictures of me? And I don’t know you. Do you know a lot of white men are doing racist things in this world, 경?”
    Ng then said, “I am a racistand told Abramthis is a no n****r zone.
    Ng told officers that he felt provoked by Abram’s comment about racists, according to a police incident report.
    Abram told Ng that they were going to shoot their video and that there was nothing he could do about it. He asked Ng to back away and said that if he touched either of them he wouldlay your b*tch a** down.
    Ng moves away from them and saysyou ain’t man enough.
    When he said those foul words I was in so just disbelief. I was just shocked that I would be going through that,” Abram told CNN about the confrontation.
    Abram was angry but said he knew he had to be smart.
    Just because he called me that racial slur does not mean that I can go be physical, because being physical is illegal while him using his First Amendment to say whatever he wants to say is not,” Abram said.
    The incident occurred in front of a business and at one point in the video Ng pointed to the building and can be heard repeating that it wasa no n***er zone.
    Police said the owner of the business contacted them after getting multiple negative and threatening comments.
    River Trading Post owner Kathi Ouellet told CNN affiliate KPNX that Ng is not connected to the store but lives in a condo upstairs. She said she was shocked by what he said.
    As far as I’m concerned, it was off the charts wrong,” she told KPNX. “Frankly, I found this really shocking. I didn’t expect this from him.
    Ng, 74, told police that he walks around the area every morning and keeps an eye out for anysuspicious individuals,” 보고서는 말했다.
    He made comments to an officer about Black Lives Matter and Antifaand implied that black individuals in the area that do not belong in the area, belong to these groups,” 보고서는 말했다. Ng mentioned a business losing tens in thousands of merchandise in a break-in during protests months before.
    Police arrested Ng on Saturday on a disorderly conduct charge for allegedlyusing derogatory and racist terminology which later had the propensity to cause escalating violence,” 보고서에 따르면. He was booked and released.
    Russ Lyon Sotheby’s International Realty said that Ng had been an independent sales professional with the company, but was inactive and had not sold a house with them in two years.
      Upon learning of this video we took immediate action in severing his license, terminating his involvement with us effective immediately and condemning his disgusting behavior,” 회사는 성명에서 말했다. “Russ Lyon Sotheby’s International Realty does not, and will not tolerate racism or discrimination of any kind. 기간. Never has. Never will.
      The company said it would contact the Arizona Department of Real Estate and recommend his license be revoked.

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