“Hurricane of Anger” For The Young MSNBC Reporter From A Local Passer
Locals make it even harder for this young reporter on the rise, who’s trying to do his job and report in the middle of a hurricane.
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NBC News Correspondent Shaquille Brewster was sent out to Gulfport, Mississippi to report on Hurricane Ida, which has already caused massive flooding throughout the Eastern seaboard. And the MSNBC logo obviously made a local passer pretty pissed, so he acted out, jumping out of his cab…
“The rain has stopped, the wind is still going there, I think we even have a random person going around,” he said. “You know, I’m going to turn this way because, you know, we deal with some people every once in a while.”
After Brewster continued with his report the best he could, he decided it was time to pull the plug on the segment.
“Craig, I’m going to toss it back to you because we have a person who needs some help right now,” Brewster said. The man then got right into his face and grabbed the mic. Of course, that kind of behavior is unwarranted.
“Hey, hey, hey, hey, hey, hey,” Craig said, summing things up perfectly.