Nick Fuentes was filmed launching his drink at customers in an In-N-Out Burger in Los Angeles.
According to witnesses, Fuentes retaliated after a couple confronted him in the fast food restaurant.
Fuentes, a white nationalist, says he is working on Kanye West's 2024 presidential campaign.
White supremacist Nick Fuentes, an associate of Ye, formerly known as Kanye West, was filmed launching his drink at customers of a Los Angeles In-N-Out Burger, a video shows.
Fuentes, who controversially attended a dinner meeting with Ye and former President Donald Trump last month, reportedly got into an argument with a couple who approached him and YouTuber SNEAKO, according to a witness, per TMZ.
According to witnesses who spoke to the media outlet, the couple then threw ketchup at Fuentes.
SNEAKO confirmed this account in a video shared on Twitter. He pointed out that there are visible ketchup stains on the wall in the food fight footage.
Witnesses told TMZ that Fuentes responded by throwing his cup of soda at the couple. SNEAKO confirmed in his video that Fuentes "retaliated" by catapulting a Sprite.
On his Telegram channel, Fuentes told his followers that there was a "food fight at in n out" and that "nobody was harmed."
He shared a screenshot of a Reddit post that said that people started "cussing them out" before throwing ketchup. The post said Fuentes threw his drink when the couple was running away, but it hit "a bunch of randoms."
Another video captured the moment Fuentes left the restaurant. In the clip, somebody can be heard calling Fuentes a "racist."
Fuentes, a white nationalist organizer with a history of making virulently antisemitic and racist comments, says he is working on Ye's 2024 presidential campaign. Ye has also made a series of antisemitic comments, recently praising Adolf Hitler and the Nazis in an appearance on Alex Jones' "Infowars."
Fuentes has made headlines in recent weeks thanks to a dinner with Trump and Ye at Mar-a-Lago in November, which, according to the former president, Fuentes turned up to uninvited.
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