'He's got a gun!' Horrifying moment white man 'pulls weapon on black Muslim teens' at McDonald's but staff try to kick THEM out despite fears the gunman was still nearby

This is the terrifying moment a middle-aged man allegedly pulled a gun on a group of Muslim teens inside a McDonald's in southwest Minneapolis.
Lloyd Edward Johnson, 55, was arrested Wednesday for second-degree assault after video of the confrontation was posted on Twitter.
The cellphone footage appears to show Johnson brandishing a weapon during a confrontation with the four teens, three of whom are black. 
Moments later, the store manager yelled at the youngsters to leave before a bystander intervened, saying the gunman had threatened the teens and demanding she called law enforcement. 
The incident began on Monday night when Farida Osman, 16, Jihan Abdullahi, Amal Mohammed, 17, and Zainab Hassan stopped at the fast food restaurant for something to eat when the gun-wielding suspect allegedly initiated trouble by making derogatory comments aimed at a black girl in the group.
She had been having trouble using a new method of payment at the restaurant so stepped out of line when a staff member asked to serve the next customer.
But when the group - some of whom covered their hair with hijabs - stepped back in line to use another person's payment, Johnson made a snide remark assuming she was transferring benefits to the retailer that were given to her by the government.
'Jihan heard the man say, 'You're probably using EBT,' Farida Osman told Muslim Girl. 'And she immediately turned to him and said, 'Just because I'm black, doesn't mean I use EBT.'
Osman – who is of Somali heritage - claims that the Minnesota group confronted him about his view they deemed to be coming from stereotypes after he had been complaining in the lead-up to his racist comment.
Their defense of Abdullahi, who was having Apple Pay issues at the McDonald's branch, only got him riled up as a result.
'They weren't really familiar with it, so it took them a while to work it out, but they still couldn't figure it out, so they gave up,' Osman continued about how Johnson got impatient before he started 'cussing them out'.
Osman recalled that when the stranger advanced toward them with 'balled up' fists Mohammed called her friend Amin over, who was sitting in nearby booth 'because the man was so close she believed he was going to physically hurt her'.
She said he had previously stepped away from them because he saw she was trying to get her phone to record the incident, but advanced again when he saw she was having issues.
'Amin and his friends came over and that's when…the man pulls out the gun,' Osman added about the group of 10 males.
In the clips posted to social media, Osman shared the moment the weapon was revealed to them as her male friend asked the gun-holder why he was getting 'physical'.
One Twitter video shows Johnson dressed in dark gear and covering his face partly with a baseball cap, boastfully shouting 'Yoo hoo hoo!' at the moment it appears the shocked children witnessed the firearm and started to run in the opposite direction.
A member of the group – who had come for a study break from a nearby library – can then be heard yelling in fright: 'He has a gun!'
Worryingly the teenagers were then sent in the direction of Johnson carrying the firearm on display as the manager attempted to kick them out.
One employee walks over raising his voice to say, 'Everybody out!' while another who appears to be a manager angrily yells: 'I want everybody out of my store now!'
When the children alert her to the fact the man was holding a firearm she replies, 'I don't give a f**k, get out of my store now!'
It's only when a bystander who was not involved pleads for her to keep them inside that she seemingly heads toward the kitchen area to call law enforcement.
'Don't send them out there when the dude just pulled a f**king gun on them,' the man says. 'You better call the f**king cops, is what you gotta do.'
In a separate clip posted online Johnson alleges he has been or was in danger of being physically assaulted by at least one person belonging to the group of students.
Despite standing meters away, he points and tells them: 'Don't touch me' to which they tell him 'Nobody touched you'. But he hastily shifts his pointing finger in another direction and shouts: 'Shut up!'
It was addressed in the caption of the first video Osama shared on the microblogging website.
'@McDonalds is this what you stand for? We were just trying to order when this man said racist remarks, claimed to be touched (when really he pushed a kid as seen on video) pulled a gun out on kids and you still kick us out knowing we're in danger?,' she wrote.
Osama's Twitter account then addressed a man working at the restaurant saying he was not blaming them for the altercation but still saying: 'If he pulled out a gun it's for a reason.'
'There should be no reason that a man pulled out a gun on children just trying to order their food,' Osama added. 
Eden Prairie Police Department said Tuesday that it was looking into the situation surrounding the 911 call 'regarding disorderly conduct'.
'Arriving officers located several juveniles inside the restaurant,' Huffington Post the statement read. 'Witnesses reported a verbal altercation between an adult male and a juvenile male, during which the adult male reportedly displayed a gun before leaving the scene.'
Paul Ostergaard, owner of the McDonald's franchise the incident took place at also said they were part of the probe.
'Nothing is more important than the safety and security of our customers and employees,' he told Muslim Girl. 'We take this matter seriously and are working with local law enforcement while we investigate the situation.'
Johnson was arrested Wednesday afternoon second-degree assault and was being held in Hennepin County Jail.
Osama and Mohammed said while it's the first time they had been confronted with a gun, hostile behaviour toward Somalian people in the area is not uncommon.
'I think it's because we were black and Muslim,' Farida told Buzzfeed News. 'They look at our skin color and the hijab and say, 'What does that matter?'
'I'm so thankful that one man was there. If the good guy who helped us wasn't there to help us, we would've been kicked out and we could've been shot.'
'He's got a gun!' Horrifying moment white man 'pulls weapon on black Muslim teens' at McDonald's but staff try to kick THEM out despite fears the gunman was still nearby 'He's got a gun!' Horrifying moment white man 'pulls weapon on black Muslim teens' at McDonald's but staff try to kick THEM out despite fears the gunman was still nearby Reviewed by STATION GOSSIP on 02:12 Rating: 5


  1. And we all know the gumdingies are a peaceful and well behaved race that are never at fault for anything.

  2. As if a troglodyte like you would know the difference. What made-up race are you talking about anyhow?

  3. I saw a group of nigs going to jump him yelling what's up while all advancing on him. Then quickly changed their mind when he was armed.
    should've shot the little shots and saved the country some grief

  4. hey caveman, read the article. he was in line behind THEM but they were taking too long on using some new digital crap to buy a cheeseburger. The overweight croc-wearing drunk lost his cool. Good luck living in a bubble for the rest of your life. Heaven forbid you might have to meet one of the billions of people in the world who don't act and think exactly like you. Please don't ever stray out of your boondock redneck shithole.

  5. hahahahahahaha dumbfuck the guy was a smart-ass with no patience and they thought they were gonna kick his ass for saying something.the video says it better than the article.
    and I live in South Philly bright boy

  6. The video shows exactly what is written in the article. Only an inexperienced Xenophobic noob like you can't tell the difference between street punks and common people, and these were just kids. The proof is the old guy who is there setting the Mcd worker straight. Don't believe for a second you are from Philly, unless you are in a skinhead gang. You wouldn't have lasted this long if you use the N word so casually and can't tell the difference between ordinary people and troublemakers.

  7. Good God you're retarded. Only a character from Aladdin could watch one thing and believe a diametric story. They wrote this was him pulling a gun at the counter while they were being polite and reserved.
    the video starts with him at the door out. yelling don't touch me. And 5 sweet little angels jumping around like monkeys running past the camera going after him yelling what's up.
    just cause one old guy doesn't believe in guns doesn't change what the camera catches.
    funny part without this video they could've kept telling the lie and got him convicted but this will exonerate him if he has a permit.
    I think youre the one that wouldn't make it here when you can't tell the difference between a bunch of nice kids having trouble with technology and a bunch smoking themselves up to jump someone.
    hell you can't even tell counter from a door

  8. I saw the people you referred to as "monkeys". If you thought they were any way dangerous than you are a total pussy. You probably shit yourself every time you see a black person due to your shriveled soul, imagining they want revenge for slavery. South Philadelphia....sure... the most interaction you have had with black people is watching Fresh Prince of Bel Air. Poser!

  9. Hahahaha I'm in the middle of South Philly pussy.
    which your coward ass knows nothing about.
    Philadelphia? Around here we even put Philly on govt forms

  10. Jada explaining video.

  11. I don't think they're dangerous. But they definitely trying to be.


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