October 23, 2021

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White few phone calls cops on Black male for stenciling on his own home

White couple calls cops on Black man for stenciling on his own property

Karen strikes once more!

A white pair in San Francisco questioned a gentleman of colour Friday for stenciling “Black Lives Matter” – on his individual home.

Twitter user @Jaimetoons posted a online video of a self-righteous few accosting him for stenciling in chalk Black Lives Matter on the aspect of his individual constructing.

“A white pair simply call the police on me, a man or woman of color, for stencilling a #BLM chalk message on my personal front retaining wall,” @Jaimetoons tweeted. “‘Karen’ lies and suggests she appreciates that I do not dwell in my have dwelling, because she understands the person who life here. #blacklivesmatter”

In the online video, a lady who later identifies herself as Lisa, methods Jaime as her spouse, Robert, videotapes the two from the avenue.

Lisa, smiling strangely asks: “Is this your house? Hello – I’m inquiring you if this is your home.”

“Why are you inquiring?” Jaime asks, to which Robert suggests, “Because it’s personal property!”

Lisa, in a patronizing voice then adds, “Because it’s private home so… Are defacing personal house? You’re totally free to categorical your belief but … just not on people’s homes.”

Lisa then goes on to say “Absolutely. Respectfully. We’re just indicating your indications and anything – which is great. THIS is not the way to do it. It is non-public residence.”

Jaime then states, “If I did are living listed here and it was my assets this would be completely good?” to which Lisa shoots again, “If it WAS your residence.”

Jaime states, “And you never know if I live below or if this is my property…”

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Lisa, grinning, suggests, “We really DO know. That’s why we’re inquiring.”

Jaime shoots back, “Because you live here, right…?” prompting Lisa to answer, “No for the reason that we know the particular person who does, Alright? What I’m asking you is why are you carrying out this?”

Jaime then suggests, “And I’m not answering you.” He then indicates, “you can call the cops if you imagine I’m committing a criminal offense.”

Which the couple does.