White Woman Calls Cops On Black Woman Waiting For Her Uber and Minding Her Business

"Oh, OK" was Darsell Obregon's response. We're tired.

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| July 31 2018,

11:16 pm

Another day, another white person calling the police on a black person.

On Monday, July 30, Twitter user @StanceGrounded posted video footage of Arabella Juniper Torres -- a white woman -- calling the authorities on a black woman.

"Darsell Obregon was walking to the train station when it suddenly started pouring rain,” he wrote. “She hid in the doorway outside of a random apartment to shield herself from the rain so she could call an Uber. This woman called the cops on her."


The white woman, on the phone with the 911 operator, told Darsell, "You're standing on public property, ma'am, you know that right?! This is not public property!"

Let's run that back.

She said, "You're standing on public property, ma'am, you know that right?! This is not public property!"



What is the truth, Arabel?

In the video, the Uber Darsell was in slowly moved forward, attempting to drive away from the screaming white woman. Then she yelled, "If you go anywhere, you'll be committing a crime, as well, you know that right?"

"Oh, OK," Darsell responded nonchalantly.

Mood.

The video ended with the white woman, who seemed desperate to see a black person get arrested and possibly killed, providing the operator with the Uber's license plate number.

We say this all the time, but it's appropriate. Black folks can't do NOTHING!

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