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Macy’s DEFENDS the white employee who was severely beaten for allegedly calling a black shopper the n-word while on the phone and said that the attack was ‘provocation’
- The shock of the video was filmed in the macy’s store at the Genesee Valley Center in Flint Township on Monday and has since been circulating around social media
- The short clip shows the black man boxing a white man in the face for calling him a ” n*****’
- The man’s fist has now been identified by police as an employee of the store
- Macy’s said in a statement Friday that the attack was ‘provocation’
- The police are still searching for the man who allegedly carried out the attack and a second man who filmed it
- The social media accounts for local rapper FT Quay, who posted the video, were removed Friday
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A white man shown in a viral video being shot by a black man, who would be calling the n-word in the middle of Michigan, Macy’s has been identified as an employee of the store.
Macy’s has released a statement, Friday, in which the company has claimed that the attack was ” unjustified “, as police hunt for two other men who fled the scene.
The shock of the video emerged Monday showing the macy’s employee to be bludgeoned in the face of the Genesee Valley Center in Flint Township.
Local rapper FT Dock, shared the video on Facebook and said that him and a ” bro ” went to the mall and asked a man on the phone about a shirt size.
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The shock of the video was filmed in the macy’s store at the Genesee Valley Center in Flint Township and has been circulating around social media. The man attacked was an employee of the store
He said the employee responded to and returned to his call, where he would have said to someone on the phone ” person, not just some n****r,’ which has resulted in the black man pouncing on him.
The moment when the person would have used the racist attack is not shown in the short clip.
Macy’s has now said that the attack was “unjustified” and said that they are assisting the authorities in identifying the man shown punching the employee in the video and the man filming.
FT Quay of social media has been taken out of Friday.
“We are deeply saddened about the incident that took place on Monday (June 15) at macy’s Genesee Valley that the security of macy’s customers and colleagues is our first priority,” Andrea Schwartz, senior director of media relations for macy’s, told MLive-The Flint Journal.
“Violence in the workplace of any kind is unacceptable. All the materials from the evening have been reviewed and it is clear that the attack was deliberate.
“We work in close collaboration with the local authorities on this investigation, and refer all the other observations about the case to them by the policy “.
The company has not mentioned that the man who is considered to be punched in the video was an employee, but it was later revealed by the local police.
Police confirmed they were investigating the video, the Friday after it was widely circulated on social media.
p class=”mol-para-with-font”>”We are looking for them, as we say, a canton police Lieutenant Brad Wangler told MLive.
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Local rapper FT Dock, shared the video on Facebook and claimed responsibility for the attack has started after that the employee would have told someone on the phone “person, not just some n****r’ when hey asked him a question. Macy’s said in a statement Friday, however, that the attack had been deliberate