Huge brawl at Beachwood Mall because some girl stepped on another girl’s pair of Jordans

Video via @IsThatEarl

What? What’s going on here? Why did I not hear “WORLDSTAR” being shouted by everyone in the audience? If a fight breaks out and no one yells “Worldstar,” did that fight even happen?

I was just at Beachwood Mall on Christmas Eve doing some last minute gift shopping and let me tell you, I sympathize with these brawlers 100%. Tensions run high, you can’t walk without bumping in to everyone, people walk slow, your personal space is non existent. I would welcome a night at Guantanamo Bay rather than having to shop at a mall on Christmas Eve. Christmas shopping sucks.

YouTube– The fight at Beachwood mall that everybody wanted to see… Over a girl stepped/Scuff on another girl new Jordans

Oh, what’s that you say? They weren’t all grumpy because they were Christmas shopping? According to the description of the video on YouTube the fight was started after one girl stepped on another girl’s Jordans. I take back everything I said about sympathizing. That’s actually incredible.

My favorite part is at :40 when the girl gets in one last kick for good measure.

And WTF Beachwood. You’re Beachwood. This isn’t Parma or Eastlake (sorry, went to Willoughby South, it’s ingrained in me). Clean it the fuck up.

I mean, I can see if this fight was over some Bottlegate t-shirts, or the results of our “Cleveland’s Hottest Professional Athlete” poll, but c’mon now.

The pics from Twitter are FANTASTIC

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SOMEONE NEEDS TO FIND THIS GUY IN THE RED SHIRT IMMEDIATELY!

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Pics via @Tgoody

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And there’s a Vine!

Via @kattgogin

UPDATE: Just got this text from my friend who was in the mall when it happened. All she wanted was a fucking NYE dress.

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60 thoughts on “Huge brawl at Beachwood Mall because some girl stepped on another girl’s pair of Jordans”

      1. When it is a predominantly white area and the only people are fighting are black people, it’s not racist. Yes I’m black
        And I hate to see my race support all the stereotypes that have been branded against us.

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  1. I believe the parents of these children should be on trial for their upbringing! Perhaps we would start seeing kids raised properly!

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    1. Lots of parents allow their kids who are as young as 5 years old watch and enjoy this kind of barbaric behavior on reality tv. Therefore, kids think it’s cool to act disrespectful and ghetto in a classy, high-end mall like Beachwood Place. The least the teens could have done is take their drama to a ghost town like Randall Park Mall. Show some respect for those who like cleanliness, decency, class and style for goodness sakes. Why hurt the image of other decent-acting black kids and teens who like to shop at a nice mall like Beachwood Place? It’s not fair. This society is self-centered and narcissistic and these self-focused hoodlums fail to realize they’ve intensified the problems between police and blacks in this country. This video is being seen across the world. I hope no one forgets there are plenty of parents who do not allow their children to be exposed barbaric ghetto-ness on reality tv nor condone it. Decent black folks with proper home training do exist.

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  2. These rachet bi*ches are not welcome in my community! They don’t shop, just steal and cause problems. Beachwood police need to step up before OUR mall goes to sh*t!

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  3. Tis the season to be brawling over a pair of shoes…….are you kidding me???? Thank God no weapons were involved. These people that were involved should be BANNED from every mall in the Cleveland area….and thrown in the slammer.

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  4. Get it straight, these hood rats need to go back to Richmond mall or Randall park mall (oh wait, they already ruined that one). Eastlake has nothing to do with hood rat bitches like these.

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  5. Okay you can’t even say Parma is that bad. Beachwood is the nicest but most ghetto mall around. Yeah parmatown sucked but ratchets weren’t walking around like they do at beachwood. Stay classy 👌

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  6. Why are people praised for videotaping this when in reality they should have tried to stop the fight? Stop glorifying this behavior! It’s disgusting.

    Another thing: Let’s not forget that this was supposedly started because someone stepped on another’s shoes. Last time I stepped on someone’s shoes I sincerely apologized. No punches thrown, no cussing out necessary. People understand that accidents happen. This, to me, does not look like an accident. This looks intentional because nobody in their right mind would start a fight over stepping on someone’s feet.

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  7. This whole artical was kind of easiest in the light of stereotypes and saying locations bad things happen everywhere even in good areas

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    1. I’m not exactly sure what you said (artical? kind of easiest?) but please feel free to post links where you find this kind of behavior in ‘good’ areas that is not perpetrated by the demographic you are trying to protect/defend here. There is civilized behavior and then there is behavior that is far out of line like this, with a total disrespect for anything or anyone other than themselves. Someone stepped on my shoes – so let’s brawl in the food court? In what world would that be an appropriate and civilized response, in your opinion? Don’t try to deflect and claim racism, just please answer the question. This event, the one in 2010, the one at the Pittsburgh mall (and countless other public places) all have a common theme. Please tell me why that behavior is acceptable, or should be considered acceptable, in a civilized society?

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  8. All the comments on this artical are extremely racist calling human being animals or hoodrats is completely the opposite of classy. I was there and personally I walked away all the “classy” peroole watched. Real class is not giving these situations the time of day instead or racial profiling, calling them animal, and hoodrats. Because the color of my skin I get profiled as a “hoodrats” all the time even though i was raised in highland heights and attended Hathaway Brown since kindergarten where I graduated, and am currently in grad school at Case Western it really is a shame that its going to be even more difficult going to Beachwood now

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    1. Why don’t you get angry at the people that act in such a fashion that serve to reinforce the stereotype? Do I think it’s a majority of blacks? No. However, if you don’t like the consequences that result from people acting out of control then why don’t you take a stand and become part of the solution? No white person can assume that role as they’d be considered racist (an easy term to throw around these days). However, when black people do (Dr. Ben Carson, Allen West, etc.) they are chastised by the same community they would like nothing more than to uplift. Why? I’d love to see more video of other blacks condemning this behavior and calling for greater personal accountability and respect for others. Call out these people that do not act in a civilized manner or always choose to solve disputes in a violent manner. Be a part of the solution….we have enough people taking the victim role already.

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    2. That does suck if you truly aren’t a hood rat and got into Hathaway Brown and Case because of true merit and not because of the color of your skin to satisfy some “diversity and inclusion” bullshit.

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  9. Your post and comments are pretty melodramatic. It’s slightly disgraceful to say you’d rather spend a night in that detainment camp.

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  10. I worked at beachwood mall about 3yrs ago and it was getting ghetto then. Chicks like this only come there to steal and cause trouble. Southpark is the only nice mall around now. Probably because its too far from Cleveland for these ratchets to catch the rta there.

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      1. Jack can you produce proof that this happened last week? It is my understanding the video of an old event was just published last week. It’s old news.

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    1. The new Jordans tell you it happened this year. They weren’t out in 2010. You need to look at the video again. Clearly the new blue and white.

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  11. This is old news. The media should be ashamed of portraying this scene as something current. It’s been handled. It’s over. Is it really fair for young black teens to be stereotyped in 2014 for something that happened four years ago. This video has opened a new can of worms for the racial tension that’s already in existence.

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    1. @Movingon first let me say I respect your opinion, but c’mon now let’s get real here racial tension has always been at an all time high this new age of social media/networking and camera phones has just made it easier to bring to light; these computers have also made it easier for the less than intellectual of the latter to sling derogatory, racial slurs from a key board as easily as a monkey slinging its own excrement. The smart ones know that not all young black teens behave in this manner but there is enough of them that glorify this type of behavior and they show little concern, if any at all, for who is watching/judging them they practically exploit themselves (refer to worldstarhiphop.com that site is guaranteed to make you sick to your stomach it should be shut down). I have younger siblings and cousins that I have had to defend because people have prejudged them based on videos like these and the fact that they are “young black teens”. The saying that it takes a village to raise a child couldn’t be more true as there obviously wasn’t a positive enough mentor present in the lives of these children to raise them to know better and if they don’t know by now they usually learn too late.

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  12. This is very shameful it’s crazy because when you’re in a crowded area (i.e. a mall leading up to or following the days after a national holiday) you have to expect that the chances of your shoes being stepped on are going to be very high. You have the self proclaimed “sneaker heads” out here but my thing is this if you can stand in line and purchase shoes that cost $150.00 + you better be able to afford the upkeep. When the opportunity to be the bigger person presents itself, it should always be taken. I hate to admit it but when people act like this they welcome the stereotypes, the slurs, the disrespect with open arms; No I’m not saying it’s right but we as a people have to do better. Everyone standing there watching and recording are just as bad as the ones fighting why even encourage that mess or be entertained by it? At what point will you young ones realize that a shoe is not worth fighting/killing for???

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    1. The mainstream media report that I read glossed over the fact that the brawlers were all black. Mainstream media always attempts to cover up the reality of black criminality. Non Blacks and Blacks profile blacks because a rational person understands the reality that blacks are far more likely to be disruptive or criminal than non blacks. Sorry, but it is an irrefutable statement of fact. Many blacks are high quality people but they are being pulled into the stereotype because of the overall high level of black criminality. Many pit bulls are good dogs but I generally fear them because of their overall propensity to be vicious.

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  13. How many white people did you see in the video? hmmm only the security guards. Also, when was the last time white people got into a fight over Jordans? yeah, thats what I thought.

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  14. Beachwood Place used to be a nice place. This kind of ignorance should not be tolerated. Where are the parents? Why do these girls think this kind of behavior is acceptable? I can’t get mad when people call them hoodrats or animals because that is what they are acting like. Are all African-American hoodrats? Of course not! However I am not going to get upset when someone calls a hoodrat a hoodrat. It is what it is.

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  15. This is embarrassing. These women are worried about some shoes they paid too much for anyway. Because if they had money they would just clean the shoes or buy a new pair. This jordan shoe epidemic is out of control. You are going out of your way to buy a pair of shoes when your rent cant be paid. Nevermind the fact that they only last you 6months. Its disgusting, we do shit like this as black women and tgen wonder why they hate us. When big groups of black people embarrass some of us who actually are trying to change others perception a of us. We make it so hard on ourselves to be anything better than the niggas they treat us like. If I step on your shoes in going to apologize and keep it moving. If you catch an attitude im going to apologize and keep it moving. Whats the point of us fighting. We are going to get arrested lose all dignity and self respect over some man’s shoes who doesnt give two fucks about you. They are just shoes some people dont even have that. This behavior is disgusting we have got to be better.

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  16. This is too funny. The same people are the reason randall park and richmond mall went to shit and soon beachwood will follow. Take the blinders off because it’s not racism when facts like this prove everyone’s points. Do you see any nice places anymore on the east side? No and that is because the same kinds of people keep ruining it for the good people who want to go there and they simply find somewhere else instead. I wish it was not this way but it is and the truth is everytime we see an incident like this and call it for what it is people immediately scream “racism”. Suck it up and realize who the problem is and then fix it!

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  17. Wow people still fight over that. And for you people that I think white people aren’t the same you’re wrong try working in Parma. them little brat ass kids think they can do whatever they want

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  18. I am so tired of all of the hateful comments. Why is everyone so judgemental? The only ones at fault are the ones involved in the ruckus,not a whole race of people. Or all, which, I am assuming, young people. I wasn’t there and I refuse to be held accoutable for the actions of others because we happen to be the same color. There is too much hate in this country and for the sake of all, it needs to stop!

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  19. WHAT A DAM SHAME ALL OVER A LOUSY PAIR OF SHOES AT LEAST AT SOUTHPARK MALL THERE WAS A GREAT GROUP OF HUMAN BEINGS DOING A FLASH MOB AND DANCING NOT ACTING LIKE A BUNCH OF ANIMALS.

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  20. Irritating…. This how rolling acres became. Now look at it. Beechwood mall is or was an upscale place… Look what these heathens are making it.

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  21. This is really pathetic!! These youngsters don’t realize how much damage they may actually have done to the shopping comfort level at the Beachwood Place Mall. I hope it doesn’t end up like Randall Mall. That would really be ashamed. When I used to work out there years ago Beachwood was too classy of a place for this kind of behavior, but not anymore it seems. I’m not being racist, I’m Black and don’t condone this kind of behavior from anyone!! Damn shame what they are on the verge of losing.

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