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Witnesses at the show said that Frasqueri then hit the student three times and ended the show early, reports University newspaper The Cambridge Student.
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According to local media reports, a white male student allegedly verbally harassed Frasqueri during her performance, provoking her to hit the student.
Frasqueri told the organization that she wanted to “let the women of colour [in the audience] know she was sorry.”
“I was standing in the audience and was told by a fellow audience member that the name of the performer was ‘Abigail,'” he said in an interview with the Cambridge Student.
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The audience member in question has since denied claims that he had used sexist language: “I was standing in the audience and was told by a fellow audience member that the name of the performer was ‘Abigail’.
Princess Nokia regretted that the set had ended abruptly, saying she wanted to “let the women of colour know she was sorry”.
The report goes on to claim that witnesses saw Frasqueri hit the audience member three times.
A post, written by Richelle George and Jason Okundaye of Cambridge University’s network and forum for women and non-binary people of colour, Fly – or Freedom.
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She then allegedly returned to the stage then said “that’s what you do when a white boy disrespects you” before leaving.
The student who reportedly harassed her was said to have shouted “dirty obscenities like, ‘show me your tits'”, Fly reported.