Caitlyn Jenner was confronted by angry protestors outside a Hilton hotel in Chicago after wrapping up a speaking engagement.
Cait was there to speak at an event for Chicago House, a nonprofit established in the 1980s that aims to provide housing and case management to people with HIV or AIDS. Chicago House recently expanded in 2013 with the TransLife Center, a program offering supportive housing and social services to transgender people, regardless of HIV status.
The protestors set up a Facebook event page for the planned demonstration under the hashtag #IAintCait in which group described Caitlyn as “a clueless rich white woman who thinks disenfranchised trans women of color should just pluck themselves up off the street and stop being so lazy.”
The group also shared a clip from Caitlyn’s E! series in which she speaks about those who benefit from social service programs, saying: “You don’t want people to get totally dependent on it. That’s when they get into trouble. ‘Why should I work? You know, I’ve got a few bucks, I’ve got my room paid for.’”
During their confrontation on Thursday, protesters called Caitlyn “an insult to trans people” and “an insult to women.”
Watch the intense moment below.