We've all seen the video by now, so let's talk about it," the artist said in a video that has since been removed.

Kehlani gives people a context they've been missing after a video of conservative influencer Christian Walker accosting her in a Starbucks drive-thru went viral.

Kehlani addressed the incident in a since-deleted TikTok video in which she explained what led to Walker storming out of his vehicle and taunting her for calling him an "a-hole."

"I wasn't gonna address it, but I think we should tell the truth," she said in the clip. I'm sure you've all seen the video, let's talk about it.”

He allegedly spoke negatively about the "Up At Night" singer to a barista in an original video posted to Walker's Twitter account. Kehlani then allegedly confronted Walker and berated him.

"Get your drink and leave.". Everybody is entitled to an opinion, why should I be excluded?" he asked in the clip. It's you who's an a–hole. Take your drink and go."

He was recording another video before he started recording these, in which he was "visible losing it" over the Pride flags outside Starbucks, using his phone to record the workers and the flags.

As he gets to the order-box, he clearly harasses the person behind it. "I thought, 'Oh, this man is about to harass these workers.'"

(In his Instagram Stories Wednesday, Walker yelled about "the flag from hell" and how "Pride Month ended 13 days ago." In another clip, he adds, "I'm going to ask if they need an American flag.”)

In the barista line, Kehlani explained to the baristas - mostly people of color and queer - that Walker was behind her and would yell and record them.

As she said, they said, "Yeah, I know him.' And I said, "Yeah, he's an a–hole," since I just watched him be one for 10 minutes."

Afterward, after the video went viral, he said, "Leftists are coming after me because I stand up for myself, unlike most of the people they bully.". Put an end to these miserable blue-haired people.".

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