ONN – Zennie Meets Racist Atlanta Fake Jesus Freak At Super Bowl City
Last week, this vlogger encountered a racist so-called “Jesus freak” while walking to the Georgia World Congress Center to pick up the Super Bowl Media Pass. The man was part of a group that was standing at the intersection just across the street from the CNN Building, which became part of the giant layout the NFL calls “Super Bowl City.”
The “Racist Atlanta Fake Jesus Freak”, as he will be referred to, obviously had a good meal because he was energetically pointing specifically to African Americans and saying “You need to find Jesus.”
As one who believes in the lord Jesus Christ, I was personally insulted. So, rather than ignore him, I decided to call him out, using a video trick I learned from “The Kids in The Hall”.
The Kids in The Hall was a Canadian comedy group that was active between 1988 and 1995. One of their most popular segments was something called “I’m crushing your head”, and where actor David Foley would speak in a nasal voice while pointing to people in the distance (thus with “smaller” heads) and then putting his thumb and finger together, saying, ‘I’m crushing your head!’ That was what I was doing to that Racist Atlanta Fake Jesus Freak.
So vloggers, whenever you encounter people like the Racist Atlanta Fake Jesus Freak, just remember this vlog and The Kids In The Hall’s ‘I’m crushing your head!’
A perfect and humorous antidote to racism in public.
Oakland News Now Note: this post demonstrates the full and live operation of the latest version of an experimental Zennie62Media mobile media video-blogging system network – part of a new approach to the production of media. The uploaded video is from a vlogger with the Zennie62 on YouTube Partner Channel, then uploaded to and formatted automatically at the Oakland News Now site and social media pages. The objective is real-time on the scene reporting of news, interviews, observations, and happenings anywhere in the World and within seconds and not hours. We are constantly working to improve the system network coding and also seek interested content and media technology partners.
Zennie Abraham is the CEO of Zennie62Media