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Youtube executive apologises for calling police on black man

Youtube executive apologises for calling police on black man

YouTube executive, Christopher Cukor, who faced a social media backlash after calling the police on a black man outside his California residential building has issued a statement apologizing and trying to explain his actions. A now-viral video shows Cukor calling San Francisco police on a man later identified as Wesly Michel, who was waiting for his friend outside the building on the 4th of July.

aiden Brennan
aiden Brennan
ICblades
ICblades 1 year

yea looked into this the man has every right to act this way after what happened to his father and the other guy was being an asshole and should have waited outside for his friend.

Shane Olson
Shane Olson 1 year

He shouldn’t have to apologize, black dude is just a race baiter. He shouldn’t have acted like a low class asshole. If someone tried to sneak into the area that I lived I would expect him to answer a few basic questions like “who are you here to see?” and “why didn’t you get buzzed in?”. Instead this clown was just acting like a Dindo.

david dindu
david dindu 1 year

needs more diversity training

The Civic Nationalist
The Civic Nationalist 1 year

Leftists projecting their racism onto the right, exposed for hypocrisy? Who'da thunk it?

Beisht Kione
Beisht Kione 1 year

They dont allow tailgating at my work place. I certainly wouldnt allow it in my home.

Egguardo Soufflez
Egguardo Soufflez 1 year

Christopher Cuckmore

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