Fittingly, Nick Fuentes caught on video engaging in REAL food fight at LA burger joint

Self-avowed “Christian nationalist” Nicholas J. Fuentes, a close associate of rapper Ye, reportedly found himself in a food fight at a Los Angeles In-N-Out Burger this Saturday.

According to various reports, Fuentes was dining with another close associate, former YouTube star Sneako, when a couple recognized him, approached him, and “attacked” him by throwing ketchup.

In response, Fuentes attempted to throw a Sprite at the attackers, but instead he missed and hit a bunch of bystanders.


A second video shows Fuentes and Sneako leaving the In-N-Out Burger, only to be harassed by another diner angry over Fuentes’ presence.

“It is Nick Fuentes. He pretended that it wasn’t him, but it’s really him. What the f*ck. F–k Nick Fuentes!” the unhinged diner shrieks.


Following the altercation, Sneako recorded a video explaining what happened.

“Before this goes viral, I know this is going to look bad on Nick Fuentes. You can see him throwing a Sprite in the In-N-Out. But if you look at the ceiling right here, you can see ketchup all over it. That’s because some lady and her husband came up to us, flipped us off, and then threw the ketchup all over me and Nick — mostly Nick,” he said.

“I just wiped it out of my hoodie. And he retaliated with a Sprite. That’s actually what happened. We were attacked first, and we told them to go away. They went away and threw ketchup at us. He should not have thrown the sprite, but that’s the truth, and it’s all over my favorite hoody, man,” he added.


As for Fuentes, he posted updates to the social media platform Telegram announcing that there’d been a “Food fight at in in out” but stressing that “Nobody was harmed.”

He also posted a screenshot of the moment he’d fired off the Sprite.


(Source: Telegram)

Fuentes became a viral sensation — but not in a good way — after rapper Ye recently brought him along to a dinner with former President Donald Trump.

Critics say Fuentes, 24, is an avid white supremacist/nationalist who wants to transform America into a theocratic dictatorship run ideally by the likes of Trump or perhaps even Ye. FYI, Fuentes for his part claims he’s just a Christian nationalist.

Because of Fuentes’ grossly racist and anti-Semitic views, his presence at the dinner blew up into a big controversy for the former president.

Indeed, many wondered whether Ye and Fuentes had purposefully set up the meeting to make the former president look bad.

Fuentes for his part responded on Telegram by claiming the dinner wasn’t a setup designed to hurt Trump’s image going into the 2024 presidential election.

“My intention was not to hurt Trump by attending the dinner, that is fake news. I love Donald Trump,” Fuentes wrote on Telegram, a social media platform, Tuesday afternoon.

A couple of minutes later, he posted a screenshot of a quote from an NBC News article claiming that his and Ye’s business partner, Milo Yiannopoulos, had, in Yiannopoulos’s words, purposefully arranged the meeting “just to make Trump’s life miserable.”

“This is just not true at all,” Fuentes wrote as a caption.

But former President Trump didn’t appear to believe him.

In an alleged private statement to a confidant, Trump said he was certain that West had purposefully brought Fuentes with him to the dinner to screw him over.

“He tried to f— me. He’s crazy. He can’t beat me,” he allegedly said to the confidant, as reported by NBC News via the unnamed confidant.

“Trump was totally blindsided,” the confidant said in their own words.

It certainly looks like it, though the blame for the blindsiding remains unclear. According to NBC News’ reporting, the mastermind was Yiannopoulos, not West.

“Yiannopoulos [said] that he was ‘the architect’ of the plan to have Fuentes travel with Ye in the hopes of slipping him into the dinner with Trump. The intent, according to Yiannopoulos, was for Fuentes to give Trump an unvarnished view of how a portion of his base views his candidacy,” NBC News reported.

“I wanted to show Trump the kind of talent that he’s missing out on by allowing his terrible handlers to dictate who he can and can’t hang out with,” Yiannopoulos reportedly said, in his own words.

“I also wanted to send a message to Trump that he has systematically repeatedly neglected, ignored, abused the people who love him the most, the people who put him in office, and that kind of behavior comes back to bite you in the end,” he added.

According to NBC News, Yiannopoulos also said that he’d purposefully arranged the dinner “just to make Trump’s life miserable” because he knew the story would leak and that Trump would mishandle the negative PR.

Vivek Saxena


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