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#BoycottFedEx Trends As Two Black Workers Get Fired For Posting Altercation With Customer





Two African American FedEx workers in Leesburg, Georgia were fired for posting a video of a customer verbally attacking them with racist threats. One of the workers, Antonio Braswell, revealed on Twitter that FedEx terminated them both. 

Braswell states, “As soon [as] we were leaving he ran out his house cursing and threatening us and we just apologized. But he kept escalating the situation then kept saying he would whoop out black a**es.”

However, a FedEx statement release stated that the men were no fired and that they were employed by an independent service provider. 

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“We are aware of the incident in GA that led to the release of two drivers employed by a service provider. We’re offering employment while investigating to ensure an appropriate outcome.We take seriously allegations of discrimination, retaliation, or improper employment actions”, the statement read. 

After the incident a Go Fund Me Account were set up for the men that has a total of $51,000. The hashtag #BoycottFedEx has been trending on social media. 

Amani is the Editor-In-Chief of Aman Magazine. Aside from managing the day to day operations of the magazine she is also a radio personality for Hits 92.3.

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