Vile videos show a white woman in Los Angeles blocking a black man from delivering food to a resident in her apartment building, asking the mask-clad worker, “is this a holdup or something?”
The footage, posted Wednesday on Instagram by Jordan Mykel Gipson, shows a confrontation he had with an unidentified white woman at an apartment building in Los Angeles’ Westwood section.
“So, a Karen stopped me from doing my job,” Gipson wrote in a 4-minute clip showing him holding several containers of food outside the building.
“I don’t want you here,” the woman says. “I don’t want you here at all.”
Gipson, a Postmates deliveryman, then asks the woman to let him do his job as he speaks to the customer via the building’s callbox system. The woman who confronted Gipson also referred to him as a “delivery boy,” the footage shows.
“Can you not film me?” the woman says once she realizes Gipson is recording her blocking him from the building. “Don’t point that f–king thing at me.”
“This is really terrible,” Gipson said at one point, asking the woman to move away from him. “This is horrible.”
Gipson then asks the customer if he could leave the food outside, prompting someone to say they were headed down, video shows.
Gipson told the woman he was “just doing” one of his three jobs, but she was undeterred and apparently bothered by his green mask and black Los Angeles Dodgers hat, a second video posted by Gipson showed.
“Is this a holdup or something?” the woman asks. “Just take it off.”
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