Kehlani Slams Transit Officials For Being Able To Catch Fare Jumpers But Not A ‘Murderous White Supremacist’ In Wake Of Nia Wilson’s Death
The stabber is still walking the streets of Oakland.
July 23, 2018 at 6:35 pm
Kehlani does not think the Bay Area Rapid Transit system is working hard enough to catch the white man who brutally stabbed two sisters, leaving one dead.
The “Again” singer called out BART for dedicating more time to prosecuting petty crime than the July 22 stabbing.
#BART manages to catch riders who haven’t paid ticket fair, young graffiti artists, you can catch a murderer. give her family some peace and get a murderous white supremecist off of oakland streets.— Kehlani (@Kehlani) July 23, 2018
rest in peace Nia Wilson. praying for your sister to pull through and heal, and for her heart when she does. God bless your family. BART, you have cameras & thousands of passengers daily, you’re being held accountable!!! this shit is wild. so young, super heartbreaking...💔— Kehlani (@Kehlani) July 23, 2018
Nia Wilson, the 18-year-old girl Kehlani named, and her sister, Latifa, were being good Samaritans when they were attacked, according to their sister, Nishiya. Latifa remains in the hospital in critical condition.
“They were helping a lady with a stroller get off BART. Nia said, 'Somebody hit me!' Latifa looked at her and said, 'Your neck!' And then Latifa said she got hit but realized she got stabbed. And then he stabbed Nia again in the stomach,” Nishiya told CBS SF.
Nia Wilson was murdered last night at MacArthur @SFBART station in Oakland, CA by a white male still st large. Where is the security footage? Where are his photos & why aren’t they being plastered everywhere? What is BART going to do? #sayhername #niawilson #justiceforniawilson pic.twitter.com/gk1UXQX8Gv— vegan ice water (@veganwaterpls) July 23, 2018
A witness told The San Francisco Chronicle there was no warning before the stabbing. He said he had his back turned until he heard chaos and turned around to see one of the women bleeding from her neck and the unidentified man “poking” the other one.
The assailant is still at large. He is described as a white man in his 20s or 30s with short hair and a heavy build.
Investigators claim the attack was random.
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