Chad L. Coleman has now apologized for his rant on the subway about the Baltimore riots.
The Walking Dead actor, who played Tyreese on the AMC series and Cutty on The Wire, blamed his crazy behavior on “frustration” over the death of Freddie Gray.
Chad Coleman noted in his apology for the subway rant that he was not drunk, just pissed off.
Coleman began his subway rant on the N0. 4 train ride after another passenger allegedly used the “N-word.”
The actor apparently heard a man and a woman talking on the subway, trying to figure out just where they knew Coleman from.
The Walking Dead actor claims that the man told the woman, “No, we don’t know that n*****”.
Chad flew into a rage and went off on his loud rant.
He told everyone on the subway, “I wanna know where my humanitarians are. I’m not trying to f–k with you!”.
He yelled, “Yes, I am Chad L. Coleman. I am on ‘The Wire,’ ‘The Walking Dead,’ I’m not trying to f–k with you. I’m telling you the truth. Yes, I’m an actor! You want me on TMZ? Record it!”
Chad L. Coleman subway rant (Warning: office language):
The actor has also ppeared on several It’s Always Sunny in Philaephia television episodes and also on Family Guy, Criminal Minds, and I Hate My Teenage Daughter.
He later explained that he had “built up frustration” because of the Baltimore situation and just lost it when someone on the train used the “n” word in referring to him.
Coleman insists he was not drunk during the rant, but adds he’s not proud he couldn’t control his emotions. He wanted to apologize to cast members of “The Walking Dead” and his family.
Coleman as Tyreese on The Walking Dead (Warning offensive language):
The actor has been married to Sally Stewart since June 7, 1999 and they have two children.
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