Master Cuts in Port Chester denies racism

The owners of Master Cuts say someone has

The owners of Master Cuts say someone has been circulating untrue fliers about their business.

PORT CHESTER - The owners of a popular barbershop in Port Chester say they are being victimized by untrue, racist fliers.

Denise and William Delgado, owners of Master Cuts on North Main Street, say fliers have been circulated in the neighborhood and on Facebook claiming their business "will no longer serve the 'N-word' that have alienated the proud Latino community." The flier goes on to say, "Take a stand and unite against these Monkey Cotton Pickers."

The Delgados say they are being targeted and they don't know why.

"Why would we do this to our own business?" asks Denise Delgado. 

The owners have hung up their own fliers asking people not to believe the lies. They've also contacted the Port Chester Police Department to investigate.

 

 

 

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