The confrontation started in the drive-thru of a Whataburger located in Missouri City, Texas, and ended at a Walgreens.
Bun said the line for the drive-thru spilled into the street, and their car was blocking the woman’s, who then got upset. Walls said the woman called her the N-word and also threatened to shoot her.
“Im’a be your n—a but you ain’t gon’ make me move,” Walls can be heard saying in the video. “I bet you won’t get out that truck and tell me I’m a n—-r.”
Later in the clip, a police officer came to Bun’s window and Bun explained what just happened.
“The line extended out into the street,” he explained. “She pulled up and was blowing at us to move. We told her to wait, we’re not moving yet. She told my wife she was gonna threaten to shoot my wife. Then she got out the car and called my wife ‘a stupid n—-r.’ I have everything on video.”
Then another officer came over to Bun’s window and said, “Did she say, ‘I’m going to shoot you.’”
Bun said yes and told the officer the woman got out of her car at one point and used the racial epithet. Bun also explained that he began filming after the racial slur and threat were hurled.
Soon afterward, the woman denied using the N-word, which seemed to shock the married couple.
“That’s a lie,” Bun yelled out. “That’s a god—n lie and you know it.”
Then, toward the end of the video, Bun and Walls walked into a Walgreens.
“So we just happen to get our food, come to our friendly neighborhood Walgreens and guess who we found at Walgreens?” said Bun.
Seconds later, Walls found the woman in the store and dared her to call her the N-word again.
“Surprise. You remember me,” she asked the woman. “I’m still that n—–?”
“No,” the woman answered.
She then tried to avoid Walls, who followed her for a few seconds and told her not to run.
The woman then walked out of the camera’s view, and things ended after that.
“Queenie walked in that Walgreens looking like scorpion, ready for action lol,” someone wrote on YouTube after seeing the clip.
“Uh huh, she wasn’t ready for that smoke! What happened to all that N-word talk? It got real, fast,” wrote someone else.
But others said that Bun and Walls might’ve taken things too far by approaching the lady in the store.
“She not worth it just keep it moving,” someone wrote.