Roommates, social media is on fire with reports of a violent encounter between a woman that Twitter has dubbed “Jennifer” who apparently started stabbing black people who were involved in the looting at a local Target in Minneapolis.
“Jennifer” was in an at Target electric wheelchair and many assumed she was disabled, however earlier footage from last night shows her walking around freely. In the video that is currently dominating Twitter, she has a knife in her hand and is seen stabbing black people who were leaving Target with merchandise—-while she was blocking the Target entrance and exit. That’s when things got so intense that she was sprayed in the face with a fire extinguisher in an attempt to stop her from continuing with the stabbings.
Jennifer, the white lady in a wheelchair that was stabbing people at Target, can actually walk.
— Santiago Mayer (@santiagomayer_) May 28, 2020
“Jennifer is that enough” 💀💀💀 iconic line pic.twitter.com/7ZfZL1GBZx
— SN⁷TheGenreisBTS⟭⟬ (@bangtanpopgenre) May 28, 2020
Jennifer was all fired up in her wheel chair stabbing black folks til another white person came along and extinguished her ass🧯😂😂😂 pic.twitter.com/EMpg4145Eh
— That_Ambivert_Babe (@Ambivert_Babe) May 28, 2020
Lmaoooooo Jennifer smooth forgot the part where she pulled out a knife and started trying to stab people & she dont even work at Target 🔪😂😂😂😂
— †MΞKA JxCKSON† (@dontfollowmekaa) May 28, 2020
Y’all know Twitter is undefeated, so they have also already uncovered that Target “Jennifer” is not elderly, but apparently 30 years old. The hashtags #Jennifer #Shes30 and #GypsyRose are all trending related to the incident.
As we previously reported, Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey commented on the heartbreaking death of George Floyd by a police officer, which led to the riots all over the city and the looting at Target:
“Four responding MPD officers involved in the death of George Floyd have been terminated. This is the right call. When you hear someone calling for help, you are supposed to help. This officer failed in the most basic human sense. What happened on Chicago and 38th this, last night, is simply awful.. It was traumatic, and it serves as a clear reminder just how far we have to go. To the Black community, to the family, I’m so sorry.”
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