Princess Nokia Says She Delivered Hot Soup Fade To L Train Racist

Princess Nokia might the heroine America needs right now, this after the Bronx rapper has come forth to say she is the person who threw hot soup to a man hurling racist slurs on an MTA train. Using Twitter to retell her side of things, Princess Nokia also issued a challenge to other racists who might be itching for a fade appointment.

“When I slapped him he called me a n*gger, and when I did all my brothers on the train came to my side and held my hand and comforted me,” Nokia wrote via Twitter regarding the incident that took place last Saturday. She continued with, “[A]lthough painful and humiliating we stood together and kicked this disgusting racist off the train so we could ride in peace away from him.”

Nokia, perhaps realizing the gravity of her actions and what it represented on a larger scale, spoke about how she doesn’t intend to mute her fight against injustice.

“The important matter is: I will do anything to defend the honor of my brothers and sisters,” Nokia, added by using the Black Lives Matter hashtag, then concluded with, “But I be damned if i let some drunk bigot call a group of young teenage boys racist names and allow him to get away with it.”

Right on.

Peep the tweets from Princess Nokia regarding the hot soup L Train fade below and on the flip.

Photo: Instagram/Princess Nokia

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Raiders hype train derailed by Sunday night embarrassment

Prior to Sunday’s game against the Washington Redskins, the Oakland Raiders were being trumpeted as the team du jour, and how could they not be?

Marshawn Lynch getting hyphy on the sideline during a Week 2 victory over the New York Jets made national headlines, with many fans taking solace in his unbridled joy. Derek Carr engineered an offense that averaged 35.5 points per game, while Khalil Mack appeared poised to win his second consecutive Defensive Player of the Year Award.

The Raiders were quickly becoming everyone’s second-favorite team, until Sunday night provided a maxim of pro football to be true: in a finite 16-game schedule, anyone is fallible.

Make no mistake about it, the Raiders, dripping in charisma, were absolutely embarrassed on the national stage during a 27-10 loss to the Redskins, a score that doesn't accurately reflect the gulf in performances. Although the Raiders ought to be considered a bona fide playoff team, it's worth scaling back the hype with a daunting upcoming schedule.

Sunday’s galling showing starts with Carr. The third-year pro was dreadful, going 19-of-31 for 118 yards, a touchdown and two interceptions, both of which were inexcusable mistakes. It’s a one-off, and while the Raiders’ absurd amount of hype was fostered after two games, Carr’s poor performance should be forgotten about. Take it for what it’s worth, but Carr shouldn’t be roasted for the worst performance of his career, nor should he readily be anointed the next great quarterback if he recovers in Week 4.

The Raiders’ running game was stunted by both a lack of execution from Lynch and poorly designed play-calling from offensive coordinator Todd Downing. A lack of innovation hasn’t been true of the Raiders during the past two seasons, but it’s worth keeping an eye on as the team squares off against a star-studded Denver Broncos defense in Week 4, who are also coming off a brutal loss to the lowly Buffalo Bills.

No one can legitimately argue that the Raiders won’t be a Super Bowl contender based off one game; no one should’ve billed the Raiders as a gargantuan, larger-than-life avatar superhero capable of transcending the sporting and political landscape, either. The Raiders are still a young, immensely talented team and their youth was on full display Sunday night. They will get better but perhaps we shouldn’t be so quick to crown them the NFL’s next superteam.

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#BRUHNews: Woman Gets Urinated On While Riding NYC Train

Yes, you read that correctly. A New York City strap hanger’s face was used as a toilet while riding the train recently.

According to the NYPD, a 26-year-old woman was riding a Brooklyn bound J train around 1:50AM. As she sat, with eyes closed, listening to music with her headphones she felt a liquid hitting her face. Unfortunately it wasn’t water dripping from the air conditioning vent.

Upon opening her eyes she found a strange man urinating on her. The creep proceed to flee without saying a word as the locomotive approached the Cypress Hill station.

Police say the man in question was Black, stood about 5’3′ and wore a red shirt and black pants. The perpetrator faces lewdness charges if apprehended.

Word to the wise, stay woke on those New York City trains.


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LL Cool J Responds To Maia Campbell’s Refusal To Get Off The Crack Train

Maia Campbell looks like she needs serious help, but even LL Cool J can’t get through to her. The Hip-Hop icon was rebuffed when he reached out to his old In The House castmate. 

A viral video of Campbell looking cracked out in Stone Mountain is what prompted the rapper and actor to seek out his friend. However, her response was rather dismissive.

“Hey Todd, look bro, I love you,” she said in a cell phone video. “I don’t need help, I just need a benefit concert for mental health. Don’t DM me.”

Armchair doctors and therapists immediately noted that Campbell just isn’t ready to acknowledge her problems. LL recently took to Twitter to respond to her non-response.

“You can’t help someone who doesn’t want your help,” he tweeted.

We sincerely hope Maia Campbell gets the help she needs, sooner than later.


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Bystanders Help Visually Impaired Man After He Fell From The Atlanta Train Platform To The Tracks!

Several people leaped to action and risked their own lives to help a visually impaired man who fell from a downtown Atlanta train platform to the tracks below. A video shot by a bystander shows two people who had jumped down next to the man lifting him by his legs while two others on the platform grab his shoulders. The man was taken to a hospital with an ankle or leg injury. Posted By Persist

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