A white female racist who went viral on Twitter after she allegedly told a black couple at a Brooklyn park to go “back to their hood,” has been fired.
Emma Sarley, was filmed on camera getting into a confrontation with Frederick Joseph at a dog park in the Williamsburg neighborhood of Brooklyn, with his fiancee, Porsche Landon.
Sarley told the couple to “stay in your hood” after complaining about their dog whom she had mistaken for another dog that was allegedly barking loudly at the park.
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Dogpark Karen worked for Bevy, and they are not here for her racist behavior.
“@BevyHQ has zero tolerance for discriminatory behavior of any kind. Yesterday an employee engaged in behavior contrary to our values and has been terminated. We apologize deeply to all involved,” CEO Derek Andersen said on Twitter.
Joseph spoke to CBS New York, about the incident and how it all unfolded.
“She’s like, ‘You’re not from around here. Go back to your hood. Stay in your hood. Stay in your hood,’” he added. “So I’m like, ‘Stay in my hood?’ Right, like? ‘You’re being racist right now,’ and she’s like, ‘I’m not being racist.’
“I tried to explain, like, ‘I think you have the wrong dog,’ and then she just starts, like, going completely out of left field,” he said.
“At that point, I’m like, look, what you’re doing is deeply, deeply offensive, deeply racist, and I want to get this on camera because I don’t want there to be any misconceptions about what took place here.”
At the dog park in Brooklyn with my fiancé and this white woman was threatening to call police and told us to “stay in our hood” because she had our dog confused with another dog who had been barking loudly.
So, I started recording and she tried to slap the phone out my hand.
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At the dog park in Brooklyn with my fiancé and this white woman was threatening to call police and told us to “stay in our hood” because she had our dog confused with another dog who had been barking loudly. So, I started recording and she tried to slap the phone out my hand. pic.twitter.com/9MXwMiU3Qb
— Frederick Joseph (@FredTJoseph) September 26, 2021