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PA Restaurant Owner Kicks Out Costumers Because “Now That Trump Is President I Don’t Need Ni**ers Money”

Ever since Donald Trump won the election, a Pennsylvania restaurant owner claims that he has the right to turn away black customers, and even used the n-word to emphasis his point.

According to Penn Live, Rickey Lee Bugg Jr., a basketball player for Lebanon Valley College, visited the Just Wing It restaurant in Annville Sunday morning when the owner approached him.

Bugg claims that he was with several friends at the restaurant at 1:30 a.m., and were quietly watching television when the owner told him to leave.

“I own three restaurants and I don’t need you n*****s’ money,” the owner said, according to Bugg.

Bugg asked the waitress for a refund and began walking out when the owner confronted him and his friends again.

Although he admits to knocking over some chairs in anger, he told the owner, “That’s not the way to treat people.”

“Trump’s president now so I can say what I want,” the owner said, according to Bugg. “You n*****s need to get out.”

After gathering some friends for support, the students headed back to the restaurant and found that the police had already been called.

Bugg claims that a police officer said that owner was “known for doing stuff like this.”