WATCH: Comedian Hilariously Trolls Starbucks, Demands 'Reparations' Coffee

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I’m sorry — not really — but some things are just flat out funny. This is one of those things.

Amid all of the racial outrage — perpetrated by the media — over two young black men who were arrested at a Philadelphia Starbucks for loitering in the store without buying anything and refusing to leave, one black comedian decided that he had enough of “liberals using black people.”

Comedian Bryan Sharpe — aka Hotep Jesus — walked into a Starbucks Wednesday and decided to demand a free coffee as payment for Starbucks' racism.

Here’s the video — which is both hilarious and kinda cringe-worthy:

How freakin’ sad was that? The poor girl behind the counter didn’t even hesitate to begin working on a coffee for Sharpe.

As a result of Sharpe’s video making the rounds, he appeared on Fox News Channel’s “The Ingraham Angle” with host Laura Ingraham to discuss Sharpe’s motivation for making the impromptu video.

“I am sick and tired of liberals using black people and making us look like victims, making us look soft, with their liberal dogma,” Sharpe said. “It’s disgusting.”

Here’s Ingraham’s full interview with Sharpe:

The Left is devouring itself by seeing who can out-victim the other. Sit back, grab some popcorn and watch the fun ensue.

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