Black woman's shocking confrontation while walking her dog goes viral
Rayne Burse was walking her dog in Miami after leaving fiancé's home, when an older woman began following her. Burse posted a video of the confrontation on her blog which soon went viral after it was uploaded to Twitter.
The video shows the woman pursuing Burse. When Burse asks the woman if she is doing anything wrong, the woman replies "you're part of South Miami."
The women get into an argument about Burse allegedly trespassing before the woman attempts to push Burse, but Burse doesn't back down and hits the woman back.
Burse wrote about the confrontation on her blog: "She starts following me and at that point I told my mom I had to call her back so I could record this woman, because she was going bananas."
"She wasn't making any sense. Telling me I'm from south Miami like I even knew what that meant, literally getting in my face, following me as I'm trying to just walk away," she wrote.
The woman is in shock after Burse hits her, but the video ends with the woman in handcuffs in front of a police vehicle.
The video was shared thousands of times on Twitter and Burse's dog Mojito soon became a hash tag -- #MoveMojito.
South Miami police have identified the woman in the video as 63-year-old Maria Dorrbecker.