Brian J. Kranz is a white man out California, United States. He is one of the Americans who made headlines for racist behavior during the new coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
Kranz was taped throwing racist words to a Sino-American woman named Hanna Li on December 27, 2020 in the parking lot of Marketplace in Tustin, Orange County, California. That day they were among the buyers in the Sephora store in the mall.
When a Sephora employee asked Kranz to wear a mask, he obeyed. However, he didn’t keep social distance from Li, and she asked the staff to intervene.
In front of the store, Kranz was sitting in a jeep when he saw Li and told her to return to China. He asked her, “Why don’t you do this? Why don’t you stay at home “
When Kranz noticed that Li was holding a cell phone, he got out of his vehicle and walked over to them. He asked her: “Do you want to take a picture of me?”
Li hurried to her car. Kranz said to her: “Exactly, get in your car, stupid fellow.”
“Are you really that stupid?” Kranz asked Li after returning to his car. “You know the inclusion does nothing. Stay home and thank you for giving COVID to my country. Have a great day.”
The video of the incident went viral immediately. Here are 10 more things about wreath:
- He was born in 1987.
- He comes from Irvine, Orange County, California. In addition to Irvine, he has lived in other parts of California, including Tustin.
- He previously lived in Libertyville, Illinois, USA.
- He is a National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM) certified personal trainer.
- He specializes in corrective exercises, post-physiotherapy rehabilitation, weight loss and muscle building.
- He owns Red fitness in Orange County, where he works as a personal trainer.
- On March 20, 2017, a customer of Santa Ana, California gave him a positive Yelp rating and named him one of Orange County’s most innovative coaches.
- It was featured in a Voyagela article on October 24, 2018. The article was abolished on December 28, 2020.
- He is out Janelle Hinshaw, a consultant who also lives in Irvine.
- On December 27, 2020, he and Hinshaw were both maskless as they stood in line behind Li at the Sephora store in the market square before staff intervened.
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