Woman from Wild Wings Contacts Radio Facts , States Black Patrons Asked to Leave for Several Reasons

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This story was orginally posted on August 26, 2013. The irony is that the company has had repeated claims of racial discrimination since. They are involed in one as you read this.A woman contacted Radio Facts who works at the Wild Wings restaurant that asked the black patrons to leave. and asked that we allow her to be anonymous.

She states there are several reasons the group was asked to leave (below)  Radiofacts.com

You’re only getting one side of story here. I work at the restaurant and your representation of the events is way off base.

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The group was being loud and obnoxious to both customers and staffers. They kept complaining about their long wait and were talking about how “whitey” was able to get seated, but they were not.

The problem was that they had a large group and insisted on sitting next to each other. We only had one area that could accommodate their large group and the patrons in that area were not done. So yes, some “whities” were able to be seated before them, but only because they were going to a different area. We also seated non-whites in other areas too…

They made this a racial issue before anything. One of the guests also insulted a deaf white girl because she didn’t respond to one of them telling her to move (she was deaf and didn’t hear them)

They were also all standing in the middle of the walkway, making it difficult for customers to leave. We asked them if they could move over, but they said they can stand wherever they want, and if we wanted them out of the way then we should seat them. The customer that was offended was offended by a particular individual’s constant use of the word “n*gger” When asked to stop, he threw out a long string of racial epithets against one of my co-workers. See the original story here

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    • Actually from the respective of a black man, this sounds like a more likely story, I’m not saying that they should of been refused service but a group of anyone that large can at some point degrade into a mob mentality

    • Is everyone here a freaking idiot?…ok heres what we have..a setting in south carolina…known to have a racist flavor to it. A large group of blacks. Could be thugs but probably not. Theres an anonymous customer described as white who was way over the line in her comment..but probably not.. Then you have a business who refused to seat them due to skin color…but probably not.
      Way too many uncheckable details for an acvurate conclusion.
      What follows are scores of comments which really only show one thing..that we all have racial issues going on regardless of our personal skin color. Maybe we ALL need to just admit this…try not to be critical of others as well as ourselves and realize at least for now that we all have to be a little suspicious of any stranger.
      We all front as if we dont see color but we have eyes so we do. A solution cannot be found if the basis of the subject is based on lies

  1. How do we know that this woman is telling the truth? Why didn’t the restaurant state that the group was unruly if this is true?

    • how do we know the others were telling the truth? Number one, this story makes more sense…there were other blacks in the restaurant, if it was racial why did they allow them to stay?….maybe because they weren’t showing their ass.

  2. LOL I am afro american and somehow I believe the white version of the story. Nope I am not a sell out I just think we as blacks feel entitled and blame lot of stuff on others. Me personally I am not waiting to hours to have dinner with Obama. Let alone a Wing spot. 🙂

  3. KJ I am also Afro-American and I totally totally 100% agree with you man!!!! I have seen this too many times for myself and I have asked staff not to seat those people near me! Its not the color that I don’t want next to me its the ignorance!

    • You people who are claiming to be black are so fake. No black person calls themselves Afro-American. Get out of here with your bs. Your white claiming to be black. That is some thing that was used in the 70s and 80s fake ass people smh.

      • How tube are you to callyour own people out because they believe the story given from am employed that was there. She had no reason to lie or nothing to gain but the truth. Not days people of color where there heart on the sleeves in the way of watching how others treat them. Not considering its a two way street an using the n word shows ignorance. I as a white person chooses not to sit or associate with any person an of any color. I don’t understand the double standard the media an of the black community seating there own to disrespect others with that vulgarity. I would consider them uneducated as well as rude. I do not allow my children to say it. When they listen to songs that have vilgore words in them or Violence in them ,they are not allowed to listen to it around me or in my home or car. My son was never allowed to where his pants lose an down below his butt. My daughter was not allowed to wear close that enticed men They are both wonderful responsible adults an I am proud of who they are