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White Couple Goes Home Shirtless After They Tried To Come For Latinos By Calling Them ‘Beaners’ During Road Rage Incident

We’ve all experienced road rage at least once in our lifetime. If you commute every day, then it’s probably more of a daily occurrence. The way you choose to deal with the road rage could result in damage to your mental state, to your car, or the other driver. We’ve seen countless of stories in which a simple case of road rage can turn deadly, or plain ugly.

A white couple pulled over to confront a Latino couple in a terrible case of road rage where things escalated quickly.

We’re not sure what transpired before the passengers in the video began recording. What is clear is that the white couple pulled ahead of them (on the freeway), stopped the car and began to come at the Latino family aggressively.

You can hear the passengers calling the police way before the white couple even steps out of the car.

The white woman approached the Latino family and it seemed things only got worse after the white lady referred to them as “beaners.”

That is when all hell broke loose. It’s as if the white couple had no idea that this Latino couple would retaliate against them, and did they ever.

The white couple backed off only after the Latino couple went after them physically after calling them beaners.

This is a new fighting tactic we have never seen, at least when it comes to road rage. The Latino couple was not going to let the other family get away without a proper fight.

Here’s how people on social media reacted to the instance of racism that led to this point.

So it’s officially true: women have the first and last word, always.

The white couple sure had a loud bark but not much of a bite.

The fear was clear once they got close enough to see who was in the car. Before that, it was clear that the first couple to get out of the car was ready to throw down.

Whoever was recording could be the next Martin Scorsese.

The 911 operator was trying his best to find out what was going on but it is hard to understand the person giving directions.

When you get pushed to the edge so often, you will break at some point.

At least they have a recording that proves the other couple started it.

In the end, people on social media are siding with the Latino family caught up in the road rage incident.

Violence is never the answer but it is important to be ready to defend yourself. Honestly. this father was ready to defend his family.

A lot of people saw the whole situation as a no-win situation given the current state of our government and distrust in police.

That is why we have to keep recording at all times.

Here’s the entire video below.

What would you have done in this situation?

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8 Photos Of Past And Present Puerto Rican Day Parades That Prove This Parade Has The Most Beautiful Energy Of Them All

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8 Photos Of Past And Present Puerto Rican Day Parades That Prove This Parade Has The Most Beautiful Energy Of Them All

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New York City streets were a river of Puerto Rican pride over the weekend as thousands of Boricuas gathered together to honor the island for National Puerto Rico Day Parade. In celebration of the nearly four million people living on the island, those who make up the U.S. diaspora, the parade drew marching bands, politicians, and some of the biggest celebrity names in the game today.

Including New York City Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Ricky Martin.

The first Puerto Rican Day Parade was held in April 13, 1958 in NYC.

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The event replaced the former Hispanic Day Parade. Today, the parade hosts over seven major events throughout the city including a street fair which has previously attracted New York politicians from various backgrounds including Mayor Michael Bloomberg and former mayor Rudy Giuliani.

This year, AOC walked the path so many prominent figures have made in honor of the parade as well.

Ricky Martin was also livin’ la vida loca at the parade.

Latin pop star Ricky Martin, who was born in San Juan, led the colorful Manhattan parade as the grand marshall. The Grammy-winner wasn’t the only musician to turn out for the event. Singers La India and José Feliciano also made appearances and at one point they reportedly sang “The Star-Spangled Banner” for the crowd of paraders.

Professional boxer Amanda Serrano also appeared at the event.

The Puerto Rican professional boxer and mixed martial artist holds a Guinness World Record for being the first woman to win titles in seven different weight classes.

Jennifer Lopez and her former husband Marc Anthony famously attended the parade in 2007 and 2010.

Marc Anthony and Jennifer Lopez took toFifth Avenue during the Puerto Rican Day Parade in June 13, 2010 in New York and made waves with their presence.

The event was also attended by Boricuas with style.

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Literally so many summer lewks to discover and copy paste from this weekend.

This guy wearing a flag as a cape is my summer style super hero.

And this chica looking like a Boricua queen is providing the summer glow I want to embody.

Maybe she’s born with it. Maybe its because she’s Puerto Rican.

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