‘NYC Subway Karen’ Brianna Pinnix Fired After Viral Video Shows Her Telling German Tourists ‘Get The F*ck Out’ of USA

‘NYC Subway Karen’ Brianna Pinnix Fired After Viral Video Shows Her Telling German Tourists ‘Get The F*ck Out’ of USA

A disturbing incident on a New Jersey Transit train has gone viral, with a woman identified as Brianna Pinnix berating a group of German tourists before yelling, “Get the f*ck out of our country.”

Pinnix was fired from her job at Capital Rx, a pharmacy benefit manager based in the World Trade Center after the video went viral on Reddit.

A visibly inebriated Pinnix confronts the tourists in the video, repeatedly demanding an explanation for their actions.

Despite her boyfriend’s attempts to calm her down, Pinnix continues her tirade, escalating to physical violence as she lightly strikes one of the tourists.

“Brie, Brie, don’t do this, don’t do this, you’ll get arrested,” her boyfriend begged. “I’m fine on my own,” she said. “Brie, please stop this.” “Stop this or I’ll never speak to you again,” he warned. “I love you, but get off my back,” she said.

Pinnix’s boyfriend persuaded her to return to her seat by telling her that he, too, is an immigrant.

“You know I’m an immigrant, you know I’m an immigrant, right?” he said. “Yeah… but I’m responsible for you, so it’s fine,” she explained. Onlookers were shocked and outraged by their interaction, with one passenger overheard saying, “That’s harsh.”

Following a review of the video, Capital Rx terminated Pinnix.

“Our company has a zero-tolerance policy for prejudicial or discriminatory behavior,” a company spokesperson said. We acted quickly after conducting an investigation and terminating the employee in question.”

“The former employee’s actions and words do not reflect on Capital Rx, and we sincerely apologize to those who were harmed,” they added.

The incident has sparked widespread outrage on social media platforms. Many viewers expressed their concern for Pinnix’s boyfriend and urged him to call it quits. The video has sparked debate about the importance of combating xenophobia and encouraging tolerance in society.

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