“That place will not be open long”: Racist bar owner video leaves the internet stunned


An alcohol storekeeper has ascended to shame after he was recorded shouting bigoted slurs at a client. Doug Marcus, a Towson Wines and Spirits alcohol retailer, is enduring an onslaught for heaving the n-word at Shaka Pitts, an interchanges partner for Baltimore Province. The contention emerged when Pitts addressed Marcus with respect to the treatment of clients.

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The video, initially posted on Facebook by Shaka Pitts on June 16, became a web sensation as it got reposted on numerous virtual entertainment stages, including Twitter, Instagram, and the r/PublicFreakout subreddit. Under the Reddit post, clients thrashed the person for the by and large bigoted way of behaving and expressed that there was no possibility that the proprietor could sell his alcohol in harmony any longer.

In the recording posted on the web, Shaka Pitts should have been visible recording the beyond the store and encouraging individuals to not shop at the “bigot a*s spot”. He focuses the camera at Doug who was working behind the counter through the glass and said:

“This man is a bigot. Try not to shop here. Bigot a*s. Each opportunity I come here he has a demeanor and he’s bigoted”  Pitts continues to open the entryway and record Doug Marcus. Doug checks out at Pitts and says:

“That’s what I got. Much thanks to you, that is the very thing I wanted sir.”Netizens get down on storekeeper’s bigoted way of behaving as Howl audits crash Netizens on different virtual entertainment stages were incensed at the storekeeper’s way of behaving. Towson Wines and Spirits Inc’s. Howl page was trolled hard to the point that Cry needed to close down additional audits because of the gigantic inundation of netizens getting down on the proprietor.

This incited Shaka Pitts to take out his telephone and begin recording. This conflict brought about the occurrence displayed in the video.

Doug Marcus answered Shaka Pitts’ Facebook post on June 16 by expressing that he was grieved. Doug acknowledged that he was off-base and guaranteed that he needed to apologize face to face.