Man furiously strips while screaming racist and homophobic abuse at Beyoncé choreographer
A man angrily stripped his clothes off while screaming racist, homophobic abuse at acclaimed choreographer Jonte’ Moaning.
Moaning, who has worked with Beyoncé and Janet Jackson, posted the bizarre video on TikTok, which shows an unnamed white man wearing a vest shouting abusive messages at the choreographer and his friends.
The man can be heard calling Moaning and his friends “faggots” and “b*****s” as well as the N-word, before he furiously takes his vest off and throws it on the ground.
The video ends with Moaning and his friends walking away, leaving the now shirtless man screaming abuse.
Moaning originally shared the video on TikTok, however it was removed by the platform shortly afterwards.
Twitter questioned why the man stripped his clothes off if he truly hates gay men
The clip has since gained widespread attention after it was shared on Twitter, with many social media users speculating that the man’s behaviour echoes that of a drug user.
Others questioned why somebody would furiously shout homophobic slurs while stripping their clothes off in front of a group of gay men.
Why would you take your shirt off while simultaneously saying hate-filled homophobic words?
— fomalicious (@fomalicious) May 25, 2021
Meth is a hell of a drug…
— SlayerOfUnicorns (@napalmgod) May 25, 2021
— Timbo (@close2reality) May 25, 2021
Looks high as a kite. 🥴
— Gemini_man (@Geminim21786694) May 25, 2021
The best way to prove you're not gay, when confronted by a group of men is to remove your clothing and let the gay men see you naked.
— Crakeur (@Crakeur) May 25, 2021
He just wanted to get that shirt off so bad…..🤫 https://t.co/eFfKWc8Dxl
— Bob's your Uncle (@larklittlefoot) May 25, 2021
Jonte’ Moaning has since reposted the video on TikTok after it was removed from the platform – and it has gotten an enormous response.
“The tweak is strong in this one,” one person commented, referring to the compulsive and unusual behaviour of a person who uses meth.
“So many emotions about this,” another wrote. “Sorry you had to go through any of this.”
Others praised Moaning and his friends for walking away, calling them “classy” for not rising to the man’s hatred.
Meanwhile, others felt they wouldn’t have been quite so empathetic.
“Would have came up behind him and shove my boot right up his a*s,” one TikTok user commented. “Would stop in his tracks real quick.”
Another wrote: “I’m glad y’all took the high road.. but I hope one day he get his teeth knocked out for using those words.”