Moise Morancy, a 20-year-old artist and activist, recorded an exchange between a black girl and a white woman on a New York City bus and the video (below) has since gone viral, BET reported. The unidentified white woman began shouting racist comments and the footage contains explicit language.
"So this morning, I get on a crowded bus on my way to school [and] this white woman is bugging out, yelling and being extremely rude, mainly because people were standing near the back door,” Morancy captioned the photo on Facebook. "So this brilliant black girl kindly says to her 'Ma’am, there’s no room on this bus. There’s a stroller and it’s extremely crowded, where are people supposed to stand?’"
The white woman then allegedly snapped and Morancy intervened after she made racist remarks. "F--- you, ugly black man!” she said. The woman also said that "[Morancy] is inferior because he's black."
The video has been viewed on Facebook 445,000 times and liked more than 9,000 times. When the woman finally got off the bus, Morancy joked with passengers that he would invite her to his graduation party, he called after her, “Bye, white privilege!”
WARNING: Contains strong language.