Social media is buzzing over what a server at Bubba's Bar & Grill in Houston
wrote on a receipt.
Barnard Bradfield, 19, was working Saturday and said he was so busy that he
forgot the names of the ladies he was serving. He wrote "Black Girls" on the
tab, he says, to remember who they were.
"I was trying to remember the ladies' names, but it wasn't right, of course. I
just was trying to remember their names so I didn't give them a wrong order or
anything," Bradfield said.
The women saw the tab and were upset.
General Manager Eliud Zapata told Local 6 sister station KPRC-TV that the
women left the restaurant seemingly OK with how things were handled.
"They didn't make it a big deal. They were upset about it but they felt it
wasn't personal, that we weren't trying to be racist," Zapata says.
Bradfield, who is black, said he never thought someone would post the bill to
social media and trigger such a reaction.
One person wrote: "This is why I will no longer go to any place on Washington
Ave!!! This not the only place out there that does ...