Herschel Walker's Son, Christian, Confronts Singer Kehlani at Starbucks

A video of conservative influencer Christian Walker confronting singer Kehlani in a Starbucks drive-thru has gone viral.

In Instagram stories that have since been reposted to Twitter and TikTok, Walker, a conservative social media influencer and the son of Georgia's Republican Senate nominee Herschel Walker, was upset that a Starbucks had several pride flags hanging in the window but no American flag.

Walker, who is openly attracted to men but does not identify as gay, shouted in the video, "These flags from hell should have been removed 13 days ago. Pride month is over, where's my American flag? You're intolerant of how I identify!"

After going through the Starbucks drive-thru to ask the barista if they have an American flag up in the store, he told the barista that he would bring them one before going on another rant on camera.

The video then changes to show Walker getting out of his car and calling out to the woman in the car in front of him. The text on the video reads, "This LOVING TOLERANT INCLUSIVE woman told the baristas that I was 'that a-hole from TikTok.' So yes, I got out of the car."

The woman in the car happened to be singer/songwriter Kehlani.

Christian Walker Kehlani Starbucks incident
A video of conservative influencer Christian Walker confronting singer Kehlani in a Starbucks drive-thru has gone viral. Above, Kehlani performs onstage at IN BLOOM, imagined by Kehlani and presented by Grey Goose Essences, at Pier 17 on July 10 in New York City. Bryan Bedder/Getty Images for Grey Goose Essences/Getty Images

The same video was reposted on Twitter, where Walker wrote, "This mediocre singer that everyone's forgotten about, Kehlani, told my baristas at Starbucks that I was an 'a**hole' and to be 'safe around me.' Well, I set her straight."

"I'm tired of these fake woke people being rude to everyone and acting like they're the good ones," he tweeted.

In the video, Walker walks directly up to Kehlani's car, saying, "Ma'am, you don't need to tell baristas that I'm an a**hole because I have an opinion. Get your drink and go away."

Kehlani appears to laugh and shake her head in the video, attempting to ignore him as she speaks with someone else. Walker continues, saying, "I can have an opinion like everybody else. Why are you entitled to an opinion and not me? You want to tell baristas I'm an a**hole? Well, guess what, you're the a**hole. You are an a**hole. Get your drink and go."

Kehlani chuckles as he continues, "If you can have an opinion, I can have an opinion, ma'am. If you can have an opinion, get your drink and go," before he turns and walks back to his car.

Following the incident, Walker posted a longer video on his Instagram, writing in the caption, "Kehlani is a prime example of a typical leftist: Has opportunity, lives in a great country, (kehlani specifically is also talented), and instead of basking in those blessings... she'd rather meltdown over someone in the drive thru behind her. Sis, get a frappuccino and chill out."

Newsweek reached out to a representative for Kehlani for additional comment.