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Duke Vice President of Student Affairs Larry Moneta was making his routine stop at the campus coffee shop last Friday when he noticed they were playing a questionable rap song. Moneta spoke with a worker, dick slapped a free vegan muffin into oblivion, made a few calls, and BAM two baristas were fired. Read our full cover of this story here.
Fast forward to yesterday and GOOD LORDY WE HAVE A PROTEST (and an extremely cringeworthy one at that)!
Guys, I’m past the point of dying of laughter right now. I’m deceased. My funeral has already been held. I’ve gone to purgatory, went to heaven (God’s super chill, btw), been reincarnated, and now I’m back.
It’s not the politics behind the protest that are getting me; it’s the sheer awkwardness of it all. Look at the protestors as they meet Moneta face-to-face in the hallway. It’s like they didn’t expect to get that far.
“Alright guys, we found him. Now what? What’s next? Line? LINE?!”
Meanwhile, Moneta is just straight-faced. That man has seen some shit and is in no mood for your music-playing protest.
Please please please please please let this continue to snowball. I want more protests in the name of Young Dolph. I want more awkward run-ins. I want more of my people gettin’ paid! Chalk some sidewalks, invest in megaphones, flip some cars and — most importantly — get paid..
Image via Twitter/@mzfayya