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Racist Confederate Flag Waving White Man Spotted Wearing Fubu Sneakers

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A Confederate flag waving racist White men is defending his right to wear Fubu after being called out by a Black city council member in Stone Mountain, Georgia. George Chidi confronted the sneaker wearer at a Confederate flag rally.

FUBU is a clothing company founded by Black men, it’s acronym meaning, “For Us, By Us.”

“It doesn’t matter what I wear,” the racist fired back when questioned about his choice of apparel. “I don’t care what it’s by. I bought them … them shoes that you wore were probably designed by a white man in the 1920s. But does that make you stop wearing them? That a White man designed your shoes? I don’t care if a Black man designed my shoes.”

“You know I don’t hate you,” the man continued. “I tried to say that a while ago. I don’t hate not you, but I hate what your people are doing to this country.” In this instance, your people means Black people.

Watch the hilarious and equally sad episode unfold below.

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  1. Jakob Andersen

    August 3, 2015 at 1:08 PM

    I’m a racist white man, and I need FABU shoes. What craftmanship, what style, what a great design. Need shoes made by black people, need them now!!!

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