You mess with the bull and you get the horns.
Some people learn this lesson on the hard way.
It’s all fun and games until the victim shows some teeth and starts fighting back.
And a wannabe gangster just tried to pick a fight with a person that was visibly weaker than him. The victim was a crippled white boy that on first sight did not stand a chance going against the so-called gangster. The crippled victim had a broken right hand, so the petty bully saw the opportunity to attack him because it was an easy prey for him. However, something unexpected happened seconds after the gangster tried to attack the cripple. And I hope the “gangster” learned his lesson not to act tough.
One jaw-dropping incident took place in an American high school and immediately the video went viral. It took social media by storm thanks to a classmate who had the guts to capture it all on camera. Even though the backstory remains unknown, it looks like that the wannabe attacked the white boy for no particular reason at all.
The thug started yelling racial slurs and used profane words to insult the innocent victim. Bystanders that were in fact classmates immediately grabbed their phones and began filming. And in that particular moment, it got real serious. I don’t give a f— what you said if I hear it out your mouth n—- you’re getting popped!” the tug yelled.
Thug Bully Picks On Lone White Boy, Not Laughing When He Sees What’s Just Beside Him pic.twitter.com/2V3Wnr18vD
— bobby (@robertlrich1) November 13, 2017
And out of nowhere the thug hocks a loogie and spits it in the victim’s face to show how “tough” he is. The white crippled boy immediately stands up, but he is incapable of fighting back because he has a broken right arm. Here is where it gets interesting. A kid who was stacking books right next to them jumps out of nowhere and knocks out the thug right there on the floor.
That will teach him a lesson to pick on someone his own size.
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