Porsha Williams Posts & Deletes Tweet about 'Completely Racist' LAX Restaurant

Manuela Cardiga
Jun 15, 2019
06:29 A.M.
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'RHOA' star Porsha Williams posts a complaint about racism in an LAX restaurant.

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Reality star Porsha Williams has joined the ranks of African American celebrities that have had to deal with racism in retail, or in restaurants.

The celebrity posted - and then deleted - the photo of a restaurant in which she was allegedly discriminated against on Twitter.

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“This restaurant in the LAX airport is completely racist! The manager just threatens to call police on me for no reason.” Porsha Williams

PORSHA WILLIAMS DISCRIMINATED AGAINST IN LAX

Porsha, who promised to share the whole story at a later date, posted a photo of the restaurant's storefront on Instagram.

According to Porsha, Sammy’s Woodfired Pizza & Grill's manager threatened to call the Police "for no reason." The star did not elaborate on the incident.

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Tiffany Haddish has revealed that racial discrimination is alive and well, and living in Hollywood.

BLACK STARS COMPLAIN OF DISCRIMINATION

The number of African American stars who have had unpleasant experiences with discrimination, just like Porsha, is on the rise, and the list includes Meek Mill, SZA and Sherri Shepherd.

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SHERRY SHEPHERD DISCRIMINATED AT STAPLES

One case in point is Shepherd's who went shopping at Staples with a friend in 2018.

The actress approached a cashier and asked to use the restroom but was told it was out of order.

They approached a different employee, who told them that the Staples bathrooms weren’t broken, and were open for use.

The cashier Janice Reyes was fired by staples and is suing Shepherd for slander.

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TIFFANY HADDISH REVEALS DISCRIMINATION IN AUDITIONS

Tiffany Haddish has revealed that racial discrimination is alive and well, and living in Hollywood.

The actress confessed that she became aware of racial discrimination and sexist prejudice in the industry when she left her purse behind after auditions with her phone on voice memo.

"'She is not as urban as I thought she'd be"'

"She is so ghetto." 

"Her boobs aren't big enough." 

"I really think we should just go with a white girl."

As hurt or angered as Haddish sometimes gets over racist feedback, she refuses to allow it to undermine her confidence, or affect her relationships with people of different races.

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