Bun B’s Wife Angela Walls Confronts White Woman Who Called Her N-word – Houston rap icon Bun B’s wife Angela Walls confronted a white woman who had allegedly called her the N-word during an earlier traffic confrontation in Texas.
Bun B’s Wife Angela Walls Confronts White Woman Who Called Her N-word | Bun B And Wife Angela “Queenie” Walls Get Called N Word:
Bun B and his wife Angela “Queenie” Walls found themselves involved into a verbal altercation with a white woman in the parking lot of a Whataburger.
Houston rap icon Bun B and his wife Angela “Queenie” Walls were standing in line at a Whataburger fast-food restaurant when they were confronted.
An unidentified white woman allegedly called Bun B’s wife Angela “Queenie” Walls a “stupid n***er” and threatened to shoot her over Whataburger’s long drive-thru line.
The rap legend Bun B started filming on Instagram Live Sunday (March 22) in Missouri City, Texas after the insult was flung.
“[The woman] decided to call us a n***a today,” explains Bun B, in the middle of a parking lot stand-off. “She felt like calling me a n***a.”
“She just had to say n***a,” says Bun B. “And that she was going to shoot my beautiful wife. She must not know what happened the last time a n***a threatened to shoot my wife. Guess who got shot. It wasn’t my wife,” Bun finishes up his Livestream as the police checks his ID.
Bun B And Wife Threatened To Be Shot In Whataburger Parking Lot | White Woman Calls Bun B’s Wife Angela Walls The N-word Video:
“So the [drive-thru] line extended out into the street; she pulled up and was blowing [her horn] at us to move,” Bun B told a cop while he was on Live. “We told her to wait, we’re not moving yet. She told my wife she was gonna threaten to shoot my wife, then she got out the car and called my wife ‘a stupid n***er.’ I have everything on video.”
After talking to the police, Bun B and his wife Angela “Queenie” Walls found the verbal assailant in a nearby grocery store. “You don’t remember me? I’m still that n***a?” his wife Angela “Queenie” Walls asked the white woman. “Am I still that n***a? I’m not? You sure? Because we can take it outside right now.”
“Be careful what you say to people and think you just gonna walk away from it,” Bun B ended. “Be very careful.”