Two stars that appeared on RuPaul's LOGO show "Drag Race" are getting the last laugh after an attack from a group of homophobes in a kebab shop, LGBTQ Nation reported.
Farrah Moan and Shea Couleé were on tour in Newcastle in the UK when they stopped by the kebab shop for food. An allegedly drunk woman shouted slurs like "slut" and "f*ggott" at them. At that point someone began filming the altercation.
Farrah can be heard saying, "We're touring the world being gay while you're living in Newcastle with your crusty-ass eyelashes."
Another woman accused the two of being "a walking STD" and asked "why are you so gay?"
Farrah later described the incident on Twitter.
"Hahaha I didn't maintain my classiness to well in the video," she wrote on Twitter. "I was drunk as hell and some lil girl came up to Shea and I with her phone calling us faggots, walking stds cuz my hair was pink and I guess she was white girl wasted."
@MannyMua733 Hahaha I didn't maintain my classiness to well in the video... I was drunk as hell and some lil girl c… https://t.co/OYsLE8k6Xn— 👑 Farrah Moan (@👑 Farrah Moan) 1522801385.0
But instead of responding with hostility, residents of the city quickly began apologizing to the two for what happened.
"So I didnt wanna [sic] bring attention to the negativity that happened to me and shea last night in Newcastle at a kebab shop but the vid is spreading," she replied. "No need to apologize on behalf of the city- our show was amazing and theres homophobic twats all over the world. Love you guys!"
Watch the incident below: