White Woman Introduces Parents to Her Asian Fiancé — They Completely Disapprove

White Woman Introduces Parents to Her Asian Fiancé — They Completely Disapprove

August 29, 2016
In a new episode of “What Would You Do,” they decided to explore how people would react when they see racism before their eyes.
Four actors are hired, one duo plays conservative white parents while the other play their daughter who is about to introduce them to her fiancé for the first time.
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The parents are clearly happy for their “daughter” — until the fiancé finally arrives.
The fiancé turns out to be an Asian man, who the parents were not expecting. They immediately express their disapproval.
Shortly after, the parents storm out midway into the conversation.
Watch the video below to see how the people around them react.
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