posted on Oct, 17 2018 @ 03:06 PM
Personally, I think this is more about elitism than racism. There's really no obvious information that she's assuming he doesn't live there based
solely on race.
Why she takes on the role (and risk) of security is anyone's guess, though I suspect it is coming more from a sense of entitlement than racism here.
Regardless, it's still a disgusting display. If she was genuinely concerned, she could have mentioned it to security, and they could have approached
him discretely and you know, done their JOB. (or they could have watched to be sure he did have a key, etc.).
I think she's just an entitled little b*tch personally, not a racist one....at least from the video. Granted, SOME of that entitlement may include
some racism, but it's obvious she feels superior and is trying to make him feel inferior, regardless of her motivating factors.