Houston’s hip-hop trailblazer Bun B and his wife’s, Angela “Queenie” Walls, food run to Whataburger escalated into a tense stand-off after an unidentified white woman allegedly called Queenie the n-word and threatened to shoot her. The incident happened in the parking lot of the fast food joint, and the UGK legend live-streamed it all on Instagram. Bun’s livestream opened to the veteran MC and his wife sitting in the car in front of the woman in question as they recounted what transpired to his followers.
“[That woman] decided to call us a n***a today,” Bun began as the woman repeatedly blows her car horn. Bun continued explaining what led to the altercation, saying that the drive-thru line got backed up into the street. “Instead of going around like everybody is going around, she want to pull up and tell Queen she gon’ shoot her, and then get out and called us a stupid n***a.”
The two sat there in a stand-off with neither budging an inch while the woman filmed Bun and his wife as well. “She just had to say ‘n***a,’” Bun stated around the 9:50 mark. “And that she was going to shoot my beautiful wife. She must not know what happened the last time a n***a threatened to shoot my wife. Guess who got shot? It wasn't my wife.”
Eventually, a police officer pulled up to the scene, and Bun explained the ordeal to him. “We told her to wait, we’re not moving yet. She told my wife she was gonna threaten to shoot my wife, then she got out the car and called my wife ‘a stupid n***a,’”Bun recollected.
Later in the video, Bun B and Queenie made a stop at a Walgreens nearby where they discovered that the same woman happened to be at the store as well. Bun filmed Queenie confronting the woman for using the racial slur toward her. “You remember me? I'm still that n***a? Am I still that n***a?” she challenged the woman, who meekly responded, “No.”
With that said and done, Bun had one final message to impart as he was closing out the livestream.
“Be careful what you say to people and think you just gon’ to walk away from it,” he advised. “Be very careful.”