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Target Employee Accused Of Racism After Stopping “Flash Mob” Music Video

A Target employee has been accused of racism against music artist “Baby Storme” after he interrupted their video shoot in the store. Apparently, Baby Storme and her group of background dancers did not have permission to shoot the video in the “flash mob” style that they did. At least 20 or so people danced through the undisclosed Target location mimicking some moves from the Michael Jackson “thriller” video.

A man in plain clothes, presumably Target security, got in front of the people recording the group. Another person, in a Target shirt, joined in to help the security guard. The first employee threatened to call the police after first telling them to leave. Baby Storme uploaded the video to various social media platforms and it has since gone somewhat viral, but maybe not in the way that the recording artist wanted.

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