White Woman Who Refused To Wear Mask Calls NYC Bakery Employee The N-Word


A white woman who refused to put on a mask at a New York City bakery used racial slurs towards a Black employee who wouldn’t serve her without a face covering. 

The incident happened at Davidovich Bakery in the Essex Market on Sunday (March 21) and was caught on video, according to The Huffington Post.

In the clip, the woman tried to order bagels, but the employee refused to serve her without a facial covering. A security guard can be seen warning the woman that she wouldn’t be served and so she needed to leave. 

“Why?” the woman replied. “Because he’s a b*tch a** n***er?” 

People in the bakery expressed their outrage while the security guard repeatedly told her to leave. But, she kept going. 

“That’s what he is,” she said. “I can call him whatever I want." She appears to have several children with her at the time.

In an interview with the New York Daily News, the woman from the bakery identifies herself as Stephanie Denaro of Queens and complained that “they’re forcing people in New York City to wear masks.” 

“It’s political theater,” Denaro said. “I don’t believe in COVID-19. It’s a hoax to convince people to use absentee ballots to steal the election from Donald Trump.” 

When she was asked about using the racial slur against the Black employee, she replied: “All of my children have a Black father. That’s a term I’ve heard them use all my life.” 

The bakery applauded the employee for “his handling of the sad incident,” the store wrote in a Facebook post. “As is true with any family an attack on one member of the family is an attack on all of us.” 

Photo Credit: Getty Images


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