A riff between a College level professor and a business major student in California went viral recently after the latter referred to the police as ‘heroes’.
According to local media outlets, the college student was identified as 19-year-old Braden Ellis who is a renowned major in Business Studies at Cypress College, which is situated in California.
The college student from California alongside his communications professor got into a sticky situation when the professor couldn’t digest the fact relating to how the student called the cops ‘heroes’. The incident reportedly took place during an online class virtual class, held this week.
Moreover, local media outlets spoke about how the student had innocently delivered one of his presentations that was indirectly aimed at the ‘cancel culture’ while defending the police officers as true heroes for their countless services.
But the educator didn’t like this bit of news at all.She started to flip out at the thought of that very notion, boldly explaining to him how the cops were solely created by the American South to hunt down all runaway slaves, while also suggesting how the concept of policing is a true form of systemic racism that has been inherited over the years.
While the student boldly denied revealing the identity of his teacher on Friday, he did speak about how he wished the matter would be dealt with privately, despite the video going viral in an instant.
In the shocking video, viewers get a glimpse of the professor who continuously tries to interrupt by talking over the student, while he attempts to defend his stance, post the presentation.
While the presentation itself wasn’t viewed in the viral video, the student says he tried his level best to stand against the ideology of cancel culture, claiming how many controversies arise due to police and television shows over time.