In case you haven't seen this: A woman got fired from her job after a video went viral of her trying to stop a man from entering a building they both live in. She's white, and he's black . . . and that's where the controversy lies. The gentleman's name is D'Arreion Toles. He's lives on the fourth floor, but before that night he'd never met his third-floor neighbor.
It starts with her blocking him from entering the lobby. D'Arreion asks her to move, but she demands proof that he lives there. That leads to a standoff that continues up to the fourth floor when he enters his loft and tells her his name is Mr. Toles.
Despite watching him enter his own apartment, she STILL called the cops and they showed up at his door 30 minutes later. After D'Arreion posted the videos to Facebook, her employer was quick to respond by saying, quote: "[We are] a minority-owned company that consists of employees and residents from many racial backgrounds. We are proud of this fact and do not and never will stand for racism or racial profiling at our company."
D'Arreion is still taking the high road though. He's urging people not to respond negatively and adds that he's not mad at her and says he wishes her the best.