A black female student in San Francisco assaulted a white male student for “appropriating” dreadlocks Monday before attacking a cameraman as well. The video begins mid-conversation as two black students confront the white student over his alleged theft of their culture.
“You’re saying I can’t have a hair style because of your culture?” the white student can be heard saying. “Why?”
“Because it’s my culture,” the black student responds.
The white student attempts to defend his hairstyle by pointing out its prevalence in Egyptian society, asking the black student if she is Egyptian.
“Do you know that it was in Egyptian culture? Are you Egyptian? Naw, bra, you’re not,” the white student adds.
The young male, trying to end the conversation, asserts his right to choose his own hairstyle one last time before attempting to walk away.
“You know what girl, you have no right to tell me what I cannot wear,” he says as the female student begins to grab him and block his path.
“Yo, girl, stop touching me right now,” the student says while being mocked by the female.
After breaking free, the white student is grabbed again while walking up a set of stairs.
“You put your hands on me,” the black student falsely claims. “Do not put your hands on me.”
“You’re going to start some shit because of what hair I have?” the male student says after finally being able to leave. “That’s no reason, yo. I don’t need your disrespect.”
Unsatisfied with her inability to shame a student over his hair, the black female immediately sets her sights on the nearby cameraman, assaulting him for daring to film her behavior. The video perfectly exemplifies the mentality of far left college students who harass and assault others over alleged “microagressions” while playing the role of victim.