Two black men Thursday went to a business meeting in a Starbuck store in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, but were arrested because they did not order a drink. A white man in the video is heard saying he was meeting with the men and calls the arrest "ridiculous".
Video of Thursday's incident showed other patrons telling officers the pair were doing nothing wrong and appeared to have been targeted merely due to their race.
"If there's one thing that America has shown us, there's only two ways that you can get their attention- the loss of life and the loss of finances", T.I. continued.
Protestors reconvened outside the Philadelphia Starbucks around 7 a.m.in the pouring rain.
The city's mayor said an apology was insufficient and said he would refer the issue to Philadelphia's Commission on Human Relations to examine Starbucks' policies and employee training.
Police said they were called after the men refused to leave.
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At least six Philadelphia police officers arrived, asked the men to leave, and later arrested them.
Kenney said a review promised by police of policies in similar situations "is fully warranted given the unfortunate outcome of this event, particularly at a time when our criminal justice reform efforts are focused on avoiding needless incarcerations". "We will learn from this and be better".
Johnson also said he has spoken to the representatives of the two men, and hopes to meet with them face-to-face to personally apologize for the incident and begin a dialogue to start a constructive way to solve this issue.
Ward asks the man if he had purchased anything, to which the man said he had not. Although the men agreed to meet with the CEO, who apologized for what transpired, the Social Justice Warrior crowd is still serving its cup of tea.
"I've been very focused on understanding what guidelines and what training ever let this happen", Johnson said.