Saw this VERY real story on the Mingya Valley Facebook group this morning…..
Actually, you CAN make this up, and you just did. Not sure what my favorite part was about the lie, the part with the DEA agent, or the part where his imaginary criminal justice degree would somehow win him the battle. Chalky Charlie wants us to believe that this is the face of a person who was assaulted by a racist white old man, called a “spic,” and forced to leave a restaurant due to his immigration status:
Bruh, you white.
Nevertheless there was no shortage of morons who lined up to blindly believe him and pick up their pitch forks to burn down the reputation of a legitimate business at Hampton Beach.
Then the truth came out:
Translation – he started a fight after hitting on some other guy’s girlfriend. Then the “DEA agent” attempted to break it up and they all got kicked out. Turns out that’s exactly what happened.
It never ceases to amaze me how easy it is to get people to fall for some bullshit. The lied doesn’t even have to be remotely believable. You just have to say it happened and it did. People will boycott your business because this WHITE BOY said that he was racially profiled for being a person of color.
Nah son, you white. You so white you bend the brim of your hat.
He didn’t like it when Clarence called him out on it.
Someone’s gotta call out the bullshit though, and that person is Turtleboy.
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