Nobody is trying to hear that, especially not Princess Nokia.
Frasqueri said that she "kicked him off the train", adding: "I will do anything to defend the honor of my brothers and sisters #blacklivesmatter".
"Putting yourself in potential danger is scary", Princess Nokia tweeted after confirming that she is indeed the soup-thrower in a viral video exposing a man drunkenly shouting the n-word at a group of train auto passengers on a Brooklyn bound L train. It turns out the soup thrower is none other than rising local rapper Princess Nokia!
Frasqueri is only briefly visible in the video, wearing an orange-patterned dress, as she lobs her soup on the man later identified as Paul Lawson. The rapper holds nothing back, and explains that the incident led to a strong showing of solidarity, as numerous passengers ultimately stood by her. She explained over Twitter that she slapped him after he called a group of teen boys n***ers, and reinforced her commitment to hold racists to account.
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"This is why you're dope".
Lawson said: 'For all of you who saw that unfortunate video I'm getting help and really don't know how it came up in the first place; and if it makes you feel any better I had my head broke open the next day, so there's that'. "You are such a hero, it goes beyond your music", another said. He then shouts "First Amendment" and says "n****r" several times. 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. Previously, she reportedly punched a man at Cambridge University for sexually harassing her while she was performing.
"Putting yourself in potential danger is scary ASF, esp as a young women", she tweeted.
While she admitted later on Twitter that the situation was "painful and humiliating", Nokia said she'd "be damned if I let some drunk bigot call a group of young teenage boys racist names and allow him to get away with it".