Bun B and his wife confront woman who called wife N-word and threatened her
The altercation started as they waited in a drive thru at a local Whataburger.
Although we are going through a global pandemic and should be showing more love and compassion to one another, people are still continuing to show hate towards others.
Bun B and his wife Angela “Queenie” Walls recently experienced racism while grabbing food at a local Whataburger restaurant in Texas. The UGK rapper recounted the whole unfortunate situation on Instagram live.
He said that his wife got into a verbal altercation with a white woman in the restaurant parking lot. During the altercation, the woman called Queenie the n-word and allegedly threatened to shoot her.
“So the [drive-thru] line extended out into the street; she pulled up and was blowing [her horn] at us to move,” Bun B told the officer while in the live video. “We told her to wait, we’re not moving yet. She told my wife she was gonna threaten to shoot my wife, then she got out the car and called my wife ‘a stupid n***er.’ I have everything on video.”
Bun B and his wife spoke to police after the incident. They then saw the woman from the altercation at a nearby Walgreens store and Queenie confronted her about what she said. “You don’t remember me? I’m still that n***a?” Queenie asked the woman. “Am I still that n***a? I’m not? You sure? Because we can take it outside right now.”
The woman walked away from Queenie and Bun to avoid any further confrontation. Bun ended his video giving a warning to fans on how to act in public.
“Be careful what you say to people and think you just gonna walk away from it,” he said. “Be very careful.”
The Underground King does not play about his wife. Just last year, Bun shot a home invader that entered his home after his wife opened the door. The masked criminal ordered Queenie to give up their valuables. Bun was in the home and quickly grabbed his gun. He confronted the home invader in the garage as he was getting into their Audi and fired several shots. After returning fire, the robber fled on foot and later went to an area hospital to have a gunshot wound treated. He left his gun behind at the scene.
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