Topgolf in Little Rock, Arkansas accused of racism for kicking out young men who were abusing cough syrup

Video footage shows one of the men involved "pouring up" cough syrup, otherwise known as "purple drank," while standing on the swinging platform.

Katie Daviscourt Seattle WA
Two black men accused Topgolf employees of being racist after they were kicked out of the establishment for openly abusing cough syrup.

The incident occurred in Little Rock, Arkansas and video footage shows one of the men involved "pouring up" cough syrup, otherwise known as "purple drank," while standing on the swinging platform.

"We're droppin' this sh-t in here. That's what we're doin' man," said one of the men who was recording his friend dumping cough syrup into a water bottle.

Other members of the group gathered around the man and acted excited about the "purple drank" they were about to be drinking with beaming smiles on their faces.

"Alright, I see what's going on," said the man recording the video, giving props to his friend abusing the cough syrup.

The video then cuts to a scene where the group starts to berate Topgolf employees who appear to have just kicked them out of the establishment.

"Damn, so we can't play golf," said the man recording the video to one of the employees. "Why can't we play golf."

The employee responded, "Because y'all are making all those drinks."

"You racist?" the man said to the employee in an accusatory manner.

The employee assertively responded, "Nope."

The video of the incident has since gone viral across social media with a majority of individuals denouncing the racism claims and standing up for the Topgolf employees.

"I hate my own race when they throw that black race card around. No, they're not racist. They just want your trash self out of their establishment while pouring your own drink and acting ignorant," one user wrote on X.

"And the black community has came out in full force to say that we do not condone in their actions, nor do we support them. All this is doing is invalidating all the real instances of racism we actually do experience," said another.

"U going around pouring syrup in public..The establishment rightfully threw them out," another user added.

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