Freddie Gibbs received backlash from Twitter users over a video which featured a Holiday Inn Express employee.

The rapper has come under fire after he shared a clip of a Holiday Inn Express employee who was having a mental breakdown at work.

The video, which Freddie shared on Sunday night (April 25th), received messages full of concerns from a number of social media users and many of the rapper’s followers asked him to take down the clip.

Freddie has since deleted the video and addressed the backlash he received in a series of tweets.

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Freddie Gibbs’ Twitter video explained

The rapper has come under fire after he shared a video – which has since been deleted – of a Holiday Inn employee who was seemingly having a mental breakdown at work.

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The video showed a receptionist dealing with a hotel reservation issue for an upset customer, RT has reported. The customer continued filming when the hotel employee started to hit himself at the computer monitor and left his desk to deal with his breakdown.

The clip was circulated on several social media platforms, while US producer and commentator Tariq Nasheed shared it on Twitter to his followers too.

Freddie addresses backlash over the video

As tweets of ‘cancel Freddie Gibbs’ started making rounds, Freddie took down the video and addressed the backlash he received in a series of tweets.

“I love p*****g fake woke Twitter off y’all never do s**t in real life,” the rapper wrote in one post.

He wrote in another Twitter post: “I posted a group of naked b*****s fighting and ain’t none of y’all check on [their] mental health.”

People react on Twitter

A lot of people shared messages full of concerns after Freddie shared the video of the Holiday Inn employee.

“This ain’t even funny [to be honest], u never know what people are going through,” tweeted one user.

“Never thought I’d see the day twitter would turn against Freddie Gibbs,” said someone else.

“You have a platform,” wrote another person. “Be responsible man. God forbid someone catches you in a crisis, then what?”

“This hurts me so much to watch,” added someone else referring to the person who filmed the video. “Why would you record someone when they’re having a mental breakdown??? It’s so obvious he’s at the end of his rope. Treat these workers with respect and take people’s mental health seriously.”