Florida 'Karen' unleashes racist tirade against black workers after their truck blocks driveway

A shocking video has emerged of a 'Karen' in the United States launching into a racist tirade against two black workers who were parked in her way.

Gina Brashear had tried to leave her Florida home on Saturday when she found the truck of Will Osley and Melvin Finley blocking the road so she couldn't drive past.

Osley and Finley, who work for OF Logistics, had been unloading sheet metal at a nearby customer's house when Brashear began verbally abusing them.

"We're still working. We're still unloading the sheets of metal onto the pallet. We start hearing this commotion on the other side of the truck just getting louder and louder and more intense," Finley told NBC2.

Footage from the altercation, filmed by the men's customer, shows Brashear saying: "If you think I'm going to have a fucking n****r tell me he's not moving off my driveway."

One of the men replied: "I didn't tell you anything".

The customer can be heard defending the men and telling Brashear it's extremely insulting to use the n-word.  However, Brashear goes on to use it at least six times in a single video.

"I can use the word 'n****r' all goddamn, motherf***ing [day]," she said.

The men and customer go on to offer to move the car but Brashear then tells them she: "doesn't need your help".

The video of the incident has since been shared widely on social media where commenters have condemned Brashear.

"What a foul human being," one person wrote.

"This is literally insane. WTF makes her think she can't get away with talking to people like that," another said.

"We need hate speech laws yesterday."

 Finley told NBC2 that he has been insulted before but was taken aback by the extreme racism.

"It's nothing new to me, but this time around it's a little, I don't know, it just feels a little different. I have a 7-year-old son and I dread the day that he would have to go through anything similar to what I have had to go through."

The men said they hope something will change.

"It's 2021 man, I don't, I don't even know," said Osley.

"We have a very long way to go," said Finley. "We have not come as far as we claim. We have a long way to go."

The news outlet also spoke to Brashear over the phone who agreed she was definitely racist.

"It doesn't matter if I said it 100 times in 30 seconds," she said. "There's nothing illegal about saying it."

When asked if she felt it was okay to use the derogatory word, Brashear replied: "Absolutely".

"Do I have reasons to be racist? Absolutely I do."

She was asked whether she cared about people calling her racist online.

"The one you need to get straight coming from me, I don't care who's upset. I don't care that I'm called a racist."