A McDonald's employee in Charlotte, N.C., has been fired after video of her popping off and making racist comments towards a hispanic customer went viral.
Wendy Rios, who was on the receiving end of the verbal attack, posted the video on Facebook on Sept. 9.
"Can you spell deportation?" the worker asks Rios.
The McDonald's patron said, in her Facebook post, that the woman in the video went off after she asked if her order was complete. She asked that her followers share the clip.
It's now been viewed almost 500,000 times.
Rios told NBC Charlotte she continued to urge the woman verbally assaulting her to repeat her remarks so she'd "have proof."
"I kept saying, 'do it again, do it again,' because I wanted to have proof what she did to me," she said.
George Forrest, a McDonald's franchisee, released a statement to the outlet about the incident, calling the former employee's actions "inexcusable."
"The actions of this employee are inexcusable and in no way reflect the strong values McDonald's and my organization place on diversity, inclusion and providing a welcoming experience for our customers. This individual is no longer employed at my restaurant and we have expressed our sincerest apologies to the customer for this situation," the statement read.
Rios claimed, however, that she had not been contacted by anyone at McDonald's.
We don't know why this lady's invoking the name of Donald Trump like he's not out here terrorizing Black folks too. Watch the video below.