Wypipo remain undefeated in perfecting the art of “being on that bullsh**.”

Y’all remember #BBQBecky? Well, ladies and gentlemen, meet her sister, #PermitPatty aka #H2OHeather.

Just when you thought BBQ Becky was the worst you could get as far as wypipo calling 911 for no damn reason on black people, someone else comes along and says “hold my beer.” But the difference is this time, instead of calling the police on an adult, this white lady called the police on a little 8-year-old girl.

Sometime his weekend, a white woman in San Francisco was captured on video calling 911 on an 8-year-old black girl for what she called “illegally selling water without a permit.” The child’s mother was the one who recorded the incident and posted it to social media Saturday, and the video instantly went viral for obvious reasons.

“Make this bitch go viral like #bbqbecky she’s #permitpatty,” the mother (@ladyesowavy) wrote in the caption of the video on Instagram. “[W]ould you rather my daughter be out here getting into shit Fr cuz an 8-year-old selling water in front of her apartment building where she’s lived her whole life is NOT a reason to call the Police.”


“This woman don’t want to let a little girl to sell some water, she’s calling the police on an 8-year-old girl,” the girl’s mother says as the white woman, later identified as Alison Ettel, tries to hide from the camera behind a wall while she calls the cops. “You can hide all you want, the whole world gonna see you boo.” That’s when Ettel stands up from her hiding spot and accuses the child of “illegally selling water without a permit.”

“On my property,” the mother states, to which Ettel replies, “It’s not your property.”

Ettel has since deleted her personal Instagram and Twitter accounts, however, the social media pages for her cannabis company Treat Well are still active, and, as you might expect, the company’s Twitter mentions are in shambles.

And that’s just the tip of the iceberg. #PermitPatty quickly became a trop trending topic on Twitter and folks are going all the way in:

Using #PermitPatty’s logic, selling lemonade without a permit must be illegal too. Now I have no choice but to patrol the neighborhoods and report little white children for illegally operating a lemonade without the proper permits, just like this hero and crime crusader:

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