Victoria’s Secret apologizes to women who were kicked out of store because ‘black women steal’


Kimberly Houzah 
By: Feng Qian

(Scroll down for video) Two women of Alabama, were humiliated when they were ordered to leave a Victoria’s Secret.

Kimberly Houzah used Facebook Live to record the incident where she and another black woman, were kicked out of the Victoria's Secret store after another black woman, whom they didn't know, was caught shoplifting.

Houzah, who is a hardworking woman, was furious when the store manager, ordered her to leave “just because the color of her skin was the same as the woman who was busted for stealing.”

Houzah asked her friend and family to boycut the Quintard Mall in Oxford, due to racism. She managed to gather a group of more than 20 women who returned to the store the next day to protest.

Victoria’s Secret has now apologized to Houzah, and they said that the manager who ordered the two women to leave the store was fired.