‘I have never met anyone more racist than her!’ Musician reveals he went on a ‘Tinder date from hell’ with race faker Jessica Krug who spewed her hatred for white people and attacked him for being ‘passive’ in the ‘war’ on gentrification
- Musician Ken Pazn, 30, matched with race faker Jessica Krug on Tinder and met for a date in Manhattan in February 2018
- Krug began boasting of her hatred of white people and attacked him for being too ‘passive’ in the ‘war’ on gentrification
- ‘I have never met anyone more racist than her,’ Pazn, who is Afro-Latino, told DailyMail.com in an exclusive interview
- Pazn said, ‘It was all F whites, F the police, F capitalism, all of that stuff. You could not believe the look on her face when I revealed I had friends of all races’
- He said he was so despondent after he got home from the disastrous date that he decided against further Tinder dates
- Last week Krug, a white Jewish woman, revealed that she had been pretending to be black and said her life was ‘rooted in the napalm toxic soil of lies’
- She resigned from her post as a professor of African American and Latin studies at George Washington University
Ben Ashford – Daily Mail Sept 10, 2020
A Tinder user has revealed how bogus black professor Jessica Krug spewed anti-white hate and lectured him for hours about systemic racism on a ‘date from hell’.
Musician Ken Pazn, 30, was expecting an afternoon of flirty fun after he swiped right on Krug’s profile and suggested a romantic stroll in Manhattan.
But he was soon regretting the February 2018 hook-up after Krug began boasting of her hatred of white people and attacked him for being too ‘passive’ in the ‘war’ on gentrification.
‘I have never met anyone more racist than her,’ Pazn, who is Afro-Latino, told DailyMail.com in an exclusive interview.
‘It was all F whites, F the police, F capitalism, all of that stuff. You could not believe the look on her face when I revealed I had friends of all races.
‘I feared she was ready to fistfight me if challenged any of her views. I would have liked some physical action – but not that kind.’
Pazn votes Democrat and says he’s a believer in the principles behind Black Lives Matter but not the violence and angry rhetoric adopted by some protestors.
He wondered if 38-year-old Krug was a little too political for his tastes when he came across her profile in which she begins by describing herself as a dancer and historian living in ‘El Barrio’.
‘Please be about something larger than yourself. I am all about surviving pending revolution,’ Krug goes on.
‘Your passion for moving our people forward together will hook me; paving your way to other countries will not. Upwardly-mobile bougie types, swipe left.’
Pazn changed his tune, however, when he randomly passed by Krug in the street and noted how attractive she was.
‘She had said some pretty wild things when we began talking so I backed off a little bit,’ said Pazn, who performs under the moniker King Pazn.
‘I think it’s a little hypocritical when people resent individuals for being a different ethnicity. They throw around terms like white privilege but I myself feel very privileged to be Afro-Latino.
‘To be honest her opinions are pretty standard in the New York arts and music scene. I don’t agree with them but these are the sorts of people Tinder routinely matches me up with.
‘When I passed by her in person, I thought wait a minute, she is very fit, she has a great figure. I thought why not her send her a message and see how things go.’
Pazn said settling on a venue was far from straightforward as Krug refused to go to ‘gentrifier spots’, warning him in a message that she wouldn’t deal with ‘stupid nasal voices talking about how edgy our hoods are.’