Thankfully we live in a world where technology is at our fingertips. This allows us to record things that some would otherwise have a hard time believing. And that’s exactly what happened in a gas station in Arizona when Greg Conn recorded a “Karen” going on a racist rant. The full video is at the end.
Greg Conn recorded the video and said the following, ” I was checking out and this [white] lady comes into the store all flustered yelling at the clerk to get another clerk to help because the line was getting long and her pump wasn’t working. Another clerk came out and she said to the young lady in the video, she can go checkout in an authoritative manner. The young lady said ‘thank you but I don’t need your assistance.’ She was clearly annoyed with the lady like everyone else in the store. At this time the lady told the clerk not to serve her, told her she can leave, and go back to her country. That’s when I took out my phone, and the rest is here in the video.”
You can see the two women arguing in the gas station.
As her and the customer started arguing even further, she tells the customer to ‘go back to her country’. She then tells the cashier to not serve her.
After “Karen” starts getting handsy, the other customer slapped the woman across the face.
At this point, “Karen” started to storm out of the gas station.
But not before telling the man to stop filming.
Luckily he didn’t, Check out the entire video below:
Racism is alive and well, this just happened at the shell gas station in Phoenix, Greenway and 7th st. ****please share, let’s make her racism known **** #racism #ignorance #unity #speakout For more information and for what happened BEFORE I recorded follow/like my 2nd page at Greg ConnPosted by Greg Conn on Saturday, June 6, 2020
“The woman shown in the video is NOT and never has been a manager, employee, or owner at Superpumper,” the gas station said in a statement. “She has been banned from all our locations. Superpumper does not condone any type of racist or hate speech in any of our stores or offices. We strive to provide a peaceful, safe, and enjoyable atmosphere for all customers and employees.”
“She was saying that she owned the place, that she was a manager there, but I have spoken with the CEO of Super Pumper — he’s saying that is not the case. She is not affiliated with any of the stores nationwide,” Conn told FOX 10.