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'We Usually Charge N****rs More'
« on: February 25, 2018, 06:26:54 AM »
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A resident of Prince George's County, MD, and other members of the community are pushing for a boycott of a BP gas station after an employee used a racial slur.

Last Thursday, Rachel Sherman was at a BP service station in Largo questioning an employee about the cost of vehicle inspections. Sherman said the employee was trying to overcharge her brother, reported WJLA.

“My brother called me and said well the guy is telling me it’s 100 dollars and it’s cash only I said that didn’t sound right," Sherman told the news station.

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