Erika Johnson : “Wing Shop Manager Fired: Viral Racial Slur Video – WPXI”

Man Fired from Job After Using Racial Slur and Opening Fire at shooting Range in Penn Hills

Penn Hills, PA – In a shocking turn of events, a man who was caught on camera using a racial slur before opening fire at a shooting range has been terminated from his job. The incident, which was captured on video and shared over 500 times on social media, took place at Big Shot Bob’s in Penn Hills.

The individual seen in the video has been identified as the manager of the establishment. Erika Johnson, a former customer of the wing shop, expressed her disappointment and stated that she would no longer be patronizing the establishment after witnessing the video.

Johnson described the manager’s behavior as “completely disturbing” and stated that he had always been questionable in his actions. She also mentioned that he carried a gun and exhibited rude behavior, making distinctions between people.

The owner of Big Shot Bob’s in Penn Hills, while declining an interview, released a statement confirming that the manager had been fired. The owner expressed deep sadness and embarrassment regarding the video’s content, emphasizing that the manager’s actions did not reflect the values of the store or any other location within the organization. The owner asserted that Big Shot Bob’s is a diverse organization and such behavior would not be tolerated.

The NAACP and the Alliance for Police Accountability have called for a police investigation into the incident. Daylon Davis, the President of the local NAACP Chapter, condemned the manager’s actions, highlighting the gravity of an individual enjoying shooting at a target representing a specific racial group.

Brandi Fisher, CEO of the Alliance for Police Accountability, stressed the importance of taking incidents like this seriously and not waiting for further consequences to occur.

No charges have been filed thus far, and it is important to note that while there are multiple Big Shot Bob’s House of Wings restaurants in the Pittsburgh area, the Penn Hills location operates independently.

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In conclusion, this incident serves as a reminder of the need for tolerance and respect in our society. It is crucial for individuals and businesses alike to condemn and address any form of discrimination or prejudice to ensure a safe and inclusive community for all.

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