Chad Coleman’s Uncalled-for Public Outburst
In an angry outburst that had the passengers aboard a New York City subway train withdrawing from their seats, it was the Hollywood actor Chad L. Coleman who lost his cool over some comments he overheard from a fellow passenger.
In a video posted by TMZ on Friday, Coleman was seen shouting, “I wanna know where my humanitarians are! Yes, I am Chad L. Coleman. I am on ‘The Wire,’ ‘The Walking Dead,’ I’m not trying to f–k with you. I’m telling you the truth”.
The actor, best known as Tyreese from ‘The Walking Dead’ and Cutty from ‘The Wire’, was videotaped ranting and walking up and down the subway car, screaming at passengers about humanity and repeatedly announcing his name and famous roles.
This moment of frenzy lasted for over three minutes and was caught entirely on film. Coleman even asked the passengers that if they wanted, they could record his video for TMZ. His ludicrous flare-up came in wake of people in the train being unable to recognize him. It has been reported that he heard a guy tell a girl that he didn’t know who Coleman was, which infuriated him and led to the tirade.
However, later when contacted by TMZ, Coleman denied creating any nuisance and said he was sober on the train. He said his calls for humanitarians were in response to the present state of affairs in Baltimore. Coleman’s show ‘The Wire’ famously took place in Baltimore and focused on tensions between gang members and the police.
Such careless acts of libel are not expected of people who are public figures. Such untoward behavior by a celeb sends a strong message across the audience. What is required of them is to conduct themselves in a way that is socially acceptable.
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