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"You're in the wrong place" See Black Woman Who Did Not Believe This Black Man Bought First Class Ticket

A black music executive has apologised to a white woman he called out for questioning whether he should be in a First Class priority boarding queue.

Emmit Walker posted a script of the conversation he had with the woman following their encounter from Ronald Reagan airport in Washington DC to the Dominican Republic.

The woman behind him in the queue spoke to him to tell him he was in wrong place adding that ‘they will call y’all after we board’.

He called her out on Facebook, but later regretted it saying that he didn’t expect such a widespread reaction to his post.

The initial exchange

Her: excuse me i believe you may be in the wrong place you need to let us thru. This line is for priority boarding

Me: priority meaning first class correct?

Her: Yes…now excuse me they will call y’all after we board

Me: *shove first class priority boarding pass in her face* you can relax ma’am I’m in the right spot, been here longer, so you can board after me

Her: *still won’t let It go* he must be military or something, but we paid for our seats so he still should have to wait

Me: nope to big to ever be in anybodies military. I’m just a nigga with money 💰

Everybody waiting in line: starts to clap lmao 😂

The post in which he detailed what happened during his exchange

Here’s what he said after the post went viral: ‘When I posted that post on Facebook i didn’t expect all that to come from it.

‘I can honestly name the four or five people i thought would comment with something funny, and that will be it.

‘This racist stuff is definitely a issue but this is not the solution to that issue.’

‘It brings me no joy waking up in paradise to for my 37 bday and knowing that woman might be going threw hell. The story was definitely real, just like this issue is definitely real, but I now know that I myself should of handled it another way, or left it how it was, and not shared it publicly.

He was on his way to the Dominican Republic to celebrate his 37th birthday (Picture: Facebook)

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