American beggar to Black Coffee: ‘You shouldn't be here, you’re black’

American beggar to Black Coffee: ‘You shouldn't be here, you’re black’

- DJ Black Coffee has opened up about an incident that took place while he was in the US

- A homeless man got upset when the DJ didn't have a dollar to give him and spat out nasty words

- The man told Black Coffee that he shouldn't be there, he's black

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DJ Black Coffee is an inspiring man, not only to South Africans but to people all over the world.

But that doesn't mean he hasn't been on the receiving side of nasty vibes and insults.

The DJ revealed that during his time in the US, a homeless man told him he shouldn't be there because he's black.

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The Citizen quoted Black Coffee:

"So as I’m walking up here, I see this guy. He’s a bum, really, that’s what I’m gon’ call him. You know, these people who live on the streets. Not everyone who lives on the street is a bum, but this guy, he’s a bum. He asked me for a dollar and I tell him I don’t have it. He says: ‘What the f*ck are you doing here then if you don’t have a dollar?’ I ask him what do you mean. He says: ‘What are you doing up here? You’re not supposed to be up here, you’re black.’ He’s a bum."

While he was in the US, Black Coffee also made an appearance on the talk show of Trevor Noah, the popular SA-born funny man, The Daily Show. reported that his interview with Trevor hit South Africans right in the feels.

Both stars spoke highly of Mzansi and how they are trying to get the world to see just how incredible their homeland is. The people of Mzansi were filled with pride and patriotism after watching the interview.

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