"I'd be damned if I let some drunk bigot call a group of young teenage boys racist names and allow him to get away with it".
New York City rapper Princess Nokia.
The undated cell phone clip, obtained by NBC New York, shows 36-year-old Paul Lawson antagonizing another straphanger on a train in Manhattan as he hangs onto an open case of Budweiser.
In fact, he went as far as to say he's "not that sorry", adding: 'I feel bad I used that word but I was making a point, lots of comedians do that; it's the first fucking amendment and look at the liberal mob beating up the peaceful protester now fucking losers'. The incident occurred after the inebriated man got into a spat about personal space with some young black men, resulting in him yelling the n-word at them.
It wasn't the first time Frasqueri stood up for herself or others. "Any other racists wanna try us again?"
"Although painful and humiliating we stood together and kicked this disgusting racist off the train so we could ride in peace away from him", she tweeted.
The out-of-control rider continues, "Dude, call the police on me", before he gets in the man's face and says, "I'm not afraid".
The enraged man appeared drunk as he held a can of what is believed to be a pre-mixed margarita and lime, when he heckled others riding the NY train from Brooklyn. She has since verified that she slapped the man after he called a group of boys on the train the n-word, and that the rest of the train vehicle offered support in standing up to the inebriated racist named Paul Lawson.
In response to Princess Nokia's tweets, several people have also voiced their support for New Yorkers fighting back against white supremacy.