Frasqueri said that the situation was "painful and humiliating", but that her and her fellow riders stood together "and kicked this disgusting racist off the train so we could ride in peace away from him".
"First amendment, first amendment, n****r, n****r, n****r, n****r, n****r, n****r, n****r, n****r" he shouted at one point in a sing-songy voice while jumping up and down. A woman who can only be heard in the footage dares Lawson to "say it again" before shouting, "This man is a racist!"
The man, who seemed to be intoxicated and spewing racist insults, kept trying to get his word in and defend his statement- but no one even let it get that far. "This man is on the L-train on the way to Brooklyn saying the N-word". In the end it's just good to see New Yorkers coming together and soup going to such great use out there.
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In the video, you see soup tossed at the guy as he's lying on the ground in an attempt to get up and get his cell phone. Read her full response below. 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 auto offered support in standing up to the inebriated racist named Paul Lawson.
He's since addressed the video in a series of Facebook posts. According to the Gothamist, "he added that he was "not that sorry" about his behavior, because he 'enjoys getting a rise out of people'".
"The black guy is like, 'You're yelling racist and hateful things at people, we don't do that in NY, that's just not what's going to happen, '" Fuller told Gothamist. The reason why this woman can easily put this on the news is due to her title as New York City based rapper, Princess Nokia.