Chad L. Coleman has apologized for losing his cool and screaming at subway passengers in New York … which was documented in a video that surfaced online on Friday.
In the video, the actor – whose films include The Walking Dead and The Wire – absolutely lets loose on his fellow subway riders, shouting, ‘I wanna know where my humanitarians are. Yes, I’m Chad L. Coleman. I’m on “The Wire” and “The Walking Dead.” I’m not trying to f**king play no games with you! … Yes, I’m an actor … My name is Chad L. Coleman. I’m on ‘The Wire’ and ‘The Walking Dead’ and I’m not taking it.’
Speaking to TMZ, the actor apologized for his rant, saying that he was tensed by what was happening in Baltimore and snapped when someone in the train used the n word in reference to him. According to Coleman, he overheard a guy telling his lady friend ‘No, we don’t know that n*****’ when she said she recognized him.
He says he was not drunk or stoned during the rant, but admitted that he should have done better controlling his emotions.
Check out the rant below.