A white woman was caught on video yelling the N-word near the site of a Richmond, Virginia, hologram honoring George Floyd.
In the shocking clip posted by Storyful News on Wednesday, a white woman gets into a disagreement with several passersby near the statue of Confederate General Robert E. Lee — which was symbolically masked by Floyd’s hologram.
TMZ reports the incident happened Tuesday night.
“This is public property! This is my city!” the woman yells, expressing her disapproval for Floyd’s memorial.
A man off-camera then says, “You’re a racist. Leave! You’re a racist. Leave!” which appears to be in reference to her earlier actions which were not caught on camera.
The woman then yells, “Look at that ------ ----!” while appearing to point at Floyd’s hologram.
The off-camera man then exclaims, “Get the ---- out of here!” adding, “You’re not going to call me a ------!”
On Tuesday night, Floyd’s family attended the first public unveiling of the hologram, which is part of a tour organized by Change.org and The George Floyd Foundation.
“We’re here to share this special moment for my brother,” Rodney Floyd said at the event. “Right now, right here, this is a beautiful scene.”
Per a press release, “A Monumental Change: The George Floyd Hologram Memorial Project” aims to “transform spaces that were formerly occupied by racist symbols of America’s dark Confederate past into a message of hope, solidarity and forward-thinking change.”
TMZ reports that on Monday night, Floyd’s image was transposed at the location where a statue of Confederacy President Jefferson Davis used to stand.
The hologram will be making stops at five other sites across the South — mirroring a similar route as the 1961 Freedom Rides during the Civil Rights era.
Floyd passed away May 25 in Minneapolis after his neck was pinned to the ground by white police officer Derek Chauvin’s knee.
While Chauvin has been charged with second-degree murder, third-degree murder, and second-degree manslaughter, the three other police officers involved — J. Alexander Kueng, Thomas Lane, and Tou Thao — have been charged with aiding and abetting second-degree murder and aiding and abetting second-degree manslaughter.