Quanell X visits podcast to fight racism

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HOUSTON, Texas - For weeks, community activist Quanell X and former HISD teacher Angela Box have been in a war of words.

Said Quanell, "You have a teacher with such bigotry and such hateful beliefs about certain demographics, races and religions of all that reside right here in America."

But Box didn't like that. "I demand that Quanell X apologize to me for his lies," she said.

It all started in November, when Box made an appearance on 'Tommy's Garage Live,' a local podcast, where she stated her political views. Shockingly, she advocated for the demise of President Obama. "Can't Ebola just take one for the team and take out Obama?" she asked.

It didn't take long for Quanell X to fire back. Box eventually resigned her teaching position with HISD and blamed it on Quanell.

Thursday night Quanell visited 'Tommy's Garage Live' to set the record straight.  "What got Angela fired, in my humble opinion, is that she's not as intelligent as she thinks she is," he said. "If you're asking me to apologize, the answer is hell no."

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