Chris Giardina Bushwick hipster racist rant leads to real estate agent fired. Brooklyn based realtor, MySpace NYC agent sacked after caught House of Yes video released.
Caught spewing vitriol on video was 29 year old Boston area native, Chris Giardina after the realtor took exception outside a Bushwick bar early Friday morning.
The nypost reported the tirade occurring early Friday morning at hipster venue, the House of Yes, at the intersection of Wycoff Avenue and Jefferson Street with Giardina rallying off a string of expletives, including the n-word at a bouncer and another man.
‘Touch me again you f—ing n–r,’ Giardina can be heard shouting at the stoic bouncer, according to cell phone video.
Video captures Giardina, a realtor for MySpace NYC, turning towards the man shooting the unfolding scene befor shouting a slur against Latinos, ‘Yeah I said it, ‘cause he’s punching me you f––ing s–c.’
Giardina appears to be on the phone trying to get police to arrest the doorman, who he claims hit him after exiting the wrong door at the nightlife venue.
‘Get a cop here now or I’m going to end up burying this black guy,’ Giardina can be hears saying.
‘I will bury you,’ Giardina repeatedly shouts at the bouncer. ‘You hit me in the face like a dirty, f–g black person. You’ll lose your job and you’ll lose your house. Trust me.’
Adding, ‘What is this, Harlem?’
Chris Giardina Brooklyn MySpace NYC real estate agent unrepentant:
Come Sunday, Giardina claimed not being racist, because someone else used the n-word first.
Told Giardina via the nypost, ‘The word that I used, that I’m embarrassed by using, was being thrown around the entire time. It was already in the air,’
Adding, ‘It doesn’t make me a racist; it makes me an idiot.’
The realtor conceded not recalling anyone else using the slur against Latinos, however.
Giardina admitted he was drunk at the time, while insisting video was ‘manipulated’ to make him look bad and that the crowd outside the bar was ‘actually on my side’ until he started dropping racial epithets.
The incident didn’t go down too well with Giardina’s employer, with MySpace NYC principal broker Shawn Mullahy saying Giardina since being let go.
‘I was very disappointed in the video to say the least,’ Mullahy told tabloid. ‘I was embarrassed and saddened by it. It’s not in line with the company culture or values.’
The House of Yes could not immediately be reached.
A racist real estate agent by the name of Chris Giardina went on a racist rant and threatened a bouncer at a Brooklyn nightclub. Since then, he has lost his job at MySpace.pic.twitter.com/pvLLJLbgiE
— Ricky Davila (@TheRickyDavila) June 6, 2018