The last we saw him, he was threatening a GameStop employee with physical violence for being called the wrong pronoun. Now, he has a video in which he raps about it on YouTube.
Last December, Tiffany Moore, a man who identifies as a woman, went viral on social media when video showed him cussing out an Albuquerque GameStop employee who called him “Sir.” Throughout the minute and a half rant, Moore not only yelled obscenities at the man but also kicked over a stack of video game consoles while asking if the employee would like to take the conflict “outside.” . . .
Now that nearly two months have passed since the incident, Tiffany Moore has returned under the rap alias “Sara Tonin” with the release of his new rap single: “The Super Ma’am.” The video features Moore (Sara Tonin) waxing poetic about the transgender experience with clips of the GameStop incident interspersed throughout. “Y’all bigots and critics, I gotta thing or two to say to you,” he begins. . .
Following the incident at GameStop, Moore told reporters that he did not regret a single thing and would do it “100,000 times again” if the opportunity presented itself.
“Yeah, I could have reacted a whole lot better,” Tiffany Moore said. “But you know what, I look back at it and if I could, I wouldn’t change a single thing. I would do it 100,000 times again. I would kick over that display 100,000 times again. Because my actions were justified. I mean, it was blatant and malicious hate. It was blatant and malicious misgendering.” (Read more from “WATCH: Remember That Trans Woman Who Flipped out at GameStop? He Has a Rap Video Now.” HERE)