The New York City rapper has revealed herself to be the fearless straphanger who lobbed her cup of soup at a belligerent man aboard an L train and slapped him as he went on a racist tirade. In the video passengers, in true NY fashion, don't put up with the antagonizing asshole and force him off the train at the Bedford Ave station. Lawson can be seen and heard on camera claiming his rationale for unleashing a stream of slurs at black passengers on the train is that he is an New York University Law graduate with rights to the First Amendment.
Princess Nokia is exiling racists from her kingdom, one hot cup of soup at a time.
Princess Nokia is a soup-er star.
"The man apparently first got into an argument with teenagers regarding personal space, and then yelled the N-word as they left the train", Joshua Pyne, who took the video and posted it to Facebook page, told the New York Daily News, Tuesday.
"Although painful and humiliating we stood together and kicked this disgusting racist off the train so we could ride in peace away from him", she wrote. When he tries to board the train again to get his belongings, the Afro-Puerto Rican rapper throws soup on him and she and another passenger try to kick him off.
"I will do anything to defend the honor of my brothers and sisters #blacklivesmatter", Frasqueri, who grew up between Spanish Harlem and the Lower East Side tweeted.
Since talking about the incident online, Frasqueri has received support from long-time fans and others who applauded her action against bigotry. He went on to display his racism once again saying he was "not that sorry", as he was "making a point" by using the racial slurs and that he was a "race-baiter ... not a racist". She has since verified that she slapped the man after he called a group of boys on the train the n-word, and that the rest of the train auto offered support in standing up to the inebriated racist named Paul Lawson. He also said that he's "getting help". In May, he reportedly taunted a black man on a train for 20 minutes.