Councilman Russ Pulley asked inappropriate question during Oversight interview, nominee says [VIDEO]

Arnold Hayes says Metro Council member Russ Pulley ask inappropriate question(s) during his Oversight Interview. Metro Council members were caught in a hot-mic moment with the Vice Mayor discussing damage control of the incident. Here’s the letter that Hayes wrote to Metro Council, in response to the incident, where Pulley discounted that racism exists in the criminal justice system, and suggested Hayes never experienced any racial profiling in his past.

After 6 Years On The Force, MNPD Found a Racist, Drug Using Officer in their Ranks.. By Accident

Due to a tip about an MNPD officer using ‘magic mushrooms’ to avoid failing drug tests, MNPD found a string of offenses, including videos of him growing & using the mushrooms, and his history of extreme racists texts send during his patrol shifts. The officer was allowed to resign without any criminal charges being pressed.

Nashville Chili’s server posts receipt with racial slur “I Don’t Tip Ni…..” from customer.

Jamese Adams is a server at Chili’s inside Opry Mills Mall in Nashville. On Friday evening, Adams posted an image of a credit card receipt that she says a customer signed and left for her, containing a racial slur, as seen below: Adams posted the image of the full receipt to social media, which contained the phrase “I don’t tip niggers!” written at the top of the receipt, in the same color ink as the signature line of the signed credit card receipt. This happened on the day before her…

Nashville Company Hangs Black Baby Doll from Work Van Ladder

We received a tip of this on Thursday morning, a white work-van with commercial tags, had a black baby doll, hanging from a ladder atop the work vehicle, with the rope around it’s neck, driving around Nashville. We have not yet determined who the owner of the vehicle is. This was located near Antioch Pk.

Ciera Washington: Pens Letter to City over East Nashville Confederate Flag; Doesn’t Feel Safe in HER neighborhood.

Ciera Washington, an East Nashville resident and avid twitterer, has a lot to learn about living on this side of the river. Maybe she should reach out to Jennifer Ives, who also was upset by a flag in her neighborhood last year. East Nashville has always been a place of diversity, a place where people from all walks of life live together, with general respect for each other, even if they disagree. We’re proud to have neighbors from all backgrounds, from all socioeconomic statuses, whether they be gay, straight, bisexual,…

Nashville Uber/Lyft Driver Marc Bills Says Protesters from Black College Should be Pepper Sprayed & Chained To a Tailgate

On Wednesday, around a hundred students from historically black Fisk University protested the election of Donald Trump as President Elect, and shut down traffic on several streets near the capitol. Nashville Uber & Lyft drivers were among the first to be impacted by the delays, and make their disappointment known via social media. Most were understanding, some agreed, some disagreed, but some were outright belligerent about their disgust of the protestors, and other drivers agreeing with them. Driver Marc Bills surprised many when he came out with his thoughts on…

East Nashville Mini Market: “Black people are what’s wrong with America”

Hello, East Nashville! Did we just go back a few decades? We heard from UPS Driver Ingland Tran, who stopped by the ‘Mini Market‘ convenience store at 726 McFerrin Ave, here in East Nashville yesterday – and certainly got more than he paid for. According to Ingland: Today while delivering to 726 McFerrin Ave (gas station on the corner of West Eastland), I was in line to get some items. A gentlemen in front of me was telling me about working for UPS. The owner of the store gets mad…