‘I’m not a faggot’: Fast food restaurant owner lashes out at customers

The owner of an Austin, Texas fast food restaurant called “Denton” has come under fire for calling customers by their racial and ethnic names, and the restaurant is facing backlash from customers who say they don’t understand why the name is offensive.

On Thursday, the owner of the fast food joint, Sonic Fast Food, posted a message on his Instagram page that he said he was sorry about the name.

He said that he used the name “Dunnies” to refer to customers, but he doesn’t mean to be offensive.

Sonic Fast Food is a fast food eatery owned by former NBA player and current Atlanta Hawks star Paul Pierce.

The restaurant serves a variety of fast food items, including chicken wings, burgers, and fries.

Seth Cobb, owner of Sonic Fast, is the son of the late Paul Pierce and has been working at the restaurant for about five years.

Cobb posted on Instagram Thursday that he “would not like to be disrespectful to my customers, so I would like to say that the name of my restaurant is not offensive.”

Cobb wrote that he is sorry that the restaurant “is being used to call people niggers” and that he doesn.t understand why people are upset about it.

He added that he has been doing this for five years and that “all the niggas know that I don’t know what they’re talking about.”

Cobbs statement sparked outrage from customers and some on social media.

“I’m disgusted with Sonic Fast food and I am disappointed with my local business owners,” wrote one person on social news website WeAreChange.

“Why did he have to post this?

I don:t understand what he’s talking about.

What’s his issue with it?

Do he not have any issues with racial discrimination?

This is racist.”

Another person on WeArechange wrote: “You need to apologize for that disgusting name, you know that you were using it to offend your customers.

You need to learn that.

You should be ashamed.

You are an embarrassment to the community.”

Sonic Fattening’s owner is not the only business owner in the area who has been criticized for the racial and religious epithets that have been used in the past.

In 2014, the Washington Post reported that an American Indian restaurant in South Carolina was criticized for using the word “Indian” in its name.

In the same year, a restaurant in San Diego called Indian Restaurant, which has since been purchased by Indian American restaurant, had to remove its name because of the derogatory language.