A Black restaurant owner is caught on camera cursing out Black women, who were twerking in his restaurant. Was he right "for the culture" or was he wrong to treat his customers that way?

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The owner of TRUE Kitchen + Kocktails in Dallas, Texas, is seen in the video below chastising women, who were apparently twerking in his restaurant.  The video doesn't capture any of the dancing, just him going off.  He says that he has spent a lot of money on the restaurant to create a nice place for Black people.  He also tells the dining room, which is full of women, that he can't ask men to respect themselves if the women aren't respecting their selves.

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According to its website, TRUE Kitchen + Kocktails describes itself as,

"Created to deliver the best in food, drinks and vibes to Dallas, Texas, TRUE Kitchen + Kocktails is here to please. A dynamic comfort food restaurant at its core, TRUE Kitchen + Kocktails will focus on nicely plated comfort foods, including flavored fried chicken and lobster tails, shrimp and grits, creative waffles and other southern classics made with a twist."

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The restaurant has issued a statement on the incident and stands by the owner's actions,

"In response to the numerous comments and postings on social media I will share a bit of detail associated with our guests twerking, being asked to stop, being addressed, and asked to leave TRUE Kitchen + Kocktails. While I would like to apologize to the patrons who I offended by my poor choice of wording, I think this full story and a bit of video may help your understanding of the final straw with guests addressed and asked to leave."

 

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