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White Man Knocked Out Cold Mid-Racist Rant on London Train (Watch)

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Racist man knocked out cold on London’s Underground

*A white man’s racist rant on a London train stopped suddenly when an exiting Black man knocked him out cold with one punch.

The white man was going on and on about London being “my home,” and arguing with Black men off-screen who asked his name and where he was exiting. Suddenly, he says to one of the men with derision, “You’re black.”

Another passenger asks what that has to do with anything. The video then cuts to the three Black men getting off at their stop. As they pass the white man — who’s staring them down with his fists balled by he side — he calls one of them “boy.” Not even a full second later, one of the brothers drops him with a swift punch to the jaw.

Immediately, bystanders start saying to the Black man, “Well done!” and “He deserved it.”

Eventually, some other folks come along to try and revive the victim. According to TMZ, police say they’re aware of the incident and are investigating.

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All the Ways NY Attorney General Letitia James Will Prosecute Trump Once He’s Out of Office (Watch)

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*Although it’s been a longstanding Justice Department policy not to indict a sitting president, Donald Trump will be out of the White House come January 20th, and New York Attorney General Letitia James has her ears pinned back ready to pounce.

Trump could attempt to pardon himself, or he could step down prior to January 20 and allow Vice President Mike Pence to pardon him. But a pardon only pertains to federal crimes, and won’t protect Trump from AG James and Manhattan District Attorney Cy Vance.

Vance has been seeking Trump’s tax returns in connection to a criminal case that is widely believed to involve tax fraud. Trump fought the effort all the way to the Supreme Court, where he lost. Now, the Supreme Court is set to rule on Trump’s last attempt at an appeal. A win for Vance would accelerate any potential prosecution.

James, meanwhile, is investigating the Trump Organization’s financial dealings, including the inflation of assets. Just last month, her office deposed Eric Trump.

So how likely will James or Vance be able to successfully “lock him up?”

James spoke about her game plan, as well as the nearly 70 lawsuits she’s already filed against the Trump administration, on last week’s “Full Frontal with Samantha Bee.”

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WE REMEMBER: David Dinkins, NYC’s First Black Mayor, Dies at 93

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*Unfortunately we have to report the death of David Dinkins, who was elected New York City’s first black mayor in 1989. His passing came Monday night at his home, reports The NY Post.

Dinkins was 93 years old.

Dinkins took office in 1989 after defeating three-term incumbent Ed Koch in the Democratic primary as well as Republican Rudy Giuliani to become the city’s 106th mayor.

He would serve one-term until 1993, when he narrowly lost his re-election bid in a re-match against Giuliani.

His turbulent time in office was marked by rampant crime and racial unrest. But despite the turmoil, he led the city with a grace and dignity that was respected even by his political foes and left him an admired figure when his tenure was long over.

“David was a historic mayor. He showed that a black candidate can win biracial support in a city-wide race,” said former Gov. David Paterson, who became the first African-American governor.

Get more of this story at NY Post.

 

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Brother of Rapper 21 Savage Fatally Stabbed During Argument with Old Friend

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*The brother of rapper 21 Savage was fatally stabbed in South London on Sunday night.

Terrell Davis, 27, was killed in Brixton during an argument with an old friend, Daily Mail reports. 

According to a source, Davis had gone shopping for his grandmother and was on his way to her home with the items when he encountered the friend. Some things popped of and Davis, a drill rapper known as TM1way, was stabbed. 

No arrests have been made, according to the report. 

READ MORE: Megan Thee Stallion’s Ex-Bestie Kelsey Nicole Responds to Diss on New Album

 

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21 Savage is based in Atlanta and he shared a childhood photo of him and Terrell on Instagram, along with the caption: “Can’t believe somebody took you baby bro I know I took my anger out on you I wish I could take that s**t back.”

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21 Savage was born in East London before he moved to the US as a child.

Kyra Davis, the sister of Terrell and 21 Savage, also shared a heartbreaking tribute on Instagram,: “I don’t even know what to say. My heart is in pieces. I love you more than words can say. Rest in perfect peace Terrell,” she wrote. 

The death of Davis comes days after 21 Savage took to Twitter to set things straight about the new car that he purchased for King Von’s sister. 

“I never speak on stuff like this because I don’t do it for the internet but y’all being disrespectful,” he wrote. “I knew Kayla before I knew Von because she talks to my little brother. Von was already planning on purchasing the gift for her birthday and due to his untimely passing he wasn’t able to finish so all I did was finish what he started because I told Kayla when he passed I had her 4L and I meant it.”

Rapper King Von was fatally shot outisde a Hookah bar in Atlanta earlier this month. 

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