Texas Tempest: A Furious Woman's Wild Ride Through a Local Store

As per usual, we'll be breaking down the video at the bottom of this article without any context whatsoever.

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Get ready for a wild ride as we unravel the tale of this Texas tempest who wreaked havoc like a one-woman hurricane!


Come at Me!

Our scene opens in the midst of a wild altercation.  A furious lady-rascal is absolutely demolishing what looks like a convenience store in Houston, Texas. She's throwing displays on the ground and hurling other items at a man.  We don't know if he works there or not, but there's a good chance he does.  She keeps imploring the man to "Come at me, b*tch!"

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What Happened?

Many of the people in the comments section of the video are asking themselves the same question.  What did he do to set her off?  Not that her actions are justified, but something happened before the camera started rolling.  


 

Seriously, What Happened?

The ruckus continues, as she topples over some more displays.  At this point, she switches from knocking things over to throwing items at the mystery man.  Over and over she claims that he's trying to Taze her, I believe.  It's hard to make out what she's saying.

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Aftermath

Eventually, she appears to run out of steam and turns to the door. The camera stops rolling before we see if she left or not.  Why do the people filming these things always stop before the end?  Keep those cameras rolling folks, I need the material!

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Check out the video for yourself below and keep scrolling for the best comments from Twitter.  

 

 



 

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