A video of a white woman spraying down a child’s sidewalk chalk art because she doesn’t want to “look down at this mess” has gone viral, earning her the moniker of “Sidewalk Susan.”
From the creators of barbecue Becky and parking lot Patty, we bring you Sidewalk Susan https://t.co/brJrJczxE3
— #StayHomeBitch (@vintageversace_) May 2, 2020
Twitter user, @hibzsta___, who uploaded the video said they don’t understand why someone would get upset over a child drawing on the driveway with chalk. “White women dead ass love bothering people out of boredom,” they wrote.
white women dead ass love bothering ppl out of boredom like how the hell does a child drawing chalk on the driveway gets you upset lmfaooooo pic.twitter.com/rOEX4MBejo
— (@hibzsta___) May 1, 2020
In the video, the woman uses what appears to be a pressure washer and says, “We don’t want to have to look down at this mess.”
A woman, who is believed to be the child’s mom, is heard defending her crying daughter and telling the woman that if she doesn’t want to see the “mess” she can just look away.
“We live here,” Sidewalk Susan says back while continuing to erase the artwork.
The Twitter-verse is standing strongly against the latest Susan.
But yeah, Sidewalk Chalk Susan would’ve been at the very least cursed out & sprayed down with that same water hose she was using had this been my child https://t.co/G0IfoisIPA
— 1-800-CrucioThatHo (@NaelyKnows) May 2, 2020
Sidewalk Susan! This level of mean and petty is unmatched!! Like who just does this to an innocent child?!? https://t.co/QhJQEcGVxC
— Rona’s Revenge (@CandaceA) May 2, 2020
babygirl’s crying broke my heart i honestly can’t with these people she was just drawing with chalk. I wouldn’t have recorded i would’ve ran up on Sidewalk Susan, you’re not fucking with my child. I would’ve had my babygirl draw two murals and the whole floor for that shit https://t.co/rL406rlFMD
— 𝔰𝔥𝔢𝔯𝔩𝔶 (@gothicvixen88) May 2, 2020
— SAMiAMiz (@SAMiAMiz) May 2, 2020
Sidewalk susan was mad cause little girl didnt have her permit to draw. Said so in article 3, Section 12 of the white person handbook clearly states No Permit For Chalk Drawing No Fun https://t.co/y9lZzScVAD
— BIG HUNCHO (@ShadyG97) May 2, 2020
Ironically, some real-life Susans have been showing off the street art in their neighborhoods in appreciation.
Interactive sidewalk chalk art in Inglewood. pic.twitter.com/YLlUIKgLCH
— Susan Holdsworth (@citylifesue) April 30, 2020
Someone in my neighborhood is gettin' creative with the sidewalk chalk. Or bored. Perhaps both? Yesterday the #Instagram icon was by itself. #quarantinelife #neighbors #creativethinking pic.twitter.com/Rit6EsjPbd
— Susan Haught, Author (@SusanHaughtBKS) May 1, 2020
Oh I so love this use of the sidewalk! Fun and educational. https://t.co/PbU5U9YUNq
— Susan Padget (@s_padget) May 1, 2020
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