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Starbucks Manager Called Cops Two Minutes After Black Men Arrived

It has been revealed that the Philadelphia Starbucks manager who called cops on two black men who were at the coffee house for a meeting, did so after only two minutes.

When Rashon Nelson and Donte Robinson arrived for a real estate meeting, they asked for directions to the restroom and was denied because they hadn’t purchased anything and was questioned as to why they were there.

Nelson and Robinson said they were meeting local businessman and business partner, Andrew Yaffe, and was approached 10 minutes later by police and arrested for trespassing.

As a result, a viral video of the incident has since gone viral causing public outrage and Starbucks CEO, Kevin Johnson to close 8,000 stores for racial bias training. The Philadelphia Starbucks manager has since parted ways with the company.

Do you think CEO Kevin Johnson is handling the situation properly?