Viral Video Shows Louisville, KY Couple Racially Profiling In Black Man’s Apartment, Black Americans Are Not Safe Due To White Privilege

It was an air b n b. To our Black readers, please be mindful when traveling within the United States, your skin color makes people react violently and aggressively towards you. They will take your money and your life. Be careful. This article may be deemed triggering to some readers.

The exchange starts off with the woman asking, “Do you live here?”  “What do you mean do I live here?” he responded. The pair walked in through the home’s unlocked front door.

“So you just walked into the house because you saw Black people?” he asked. “You profiled us.” 

The woman tries to explain that she knows the owner of the home, who is reportedly trying to sell the house. 

He then asks the couple how they would feel if a Black man was to walk into their house. “I’d feel scared,” the woman responds. 

The couple tries to apologize, but it was the Airbnb guest who said the experience was “real scary.” 

The man explains to the couple that the home was listed on Airbnb and that he’d rented the property. The white man in the video, who appears to be the woman’s husband, said the owners had not told them that the house was listed on the home renting site. If you saw somebody walk into a house that was empty, you would do the same thing, but you want to pull the race card with us,” the husband said, before telling the man to “Stop it with the ‘Black man’ stuff.” 

Do you know what white privilege is?

Here’s a white person’s definition:

It affects all aspects of Black American life….

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