Amber Ruffin and sister Lacey Lamar recall racist incident at car dealership


“Late Night” writer Amber Ruffin and her sister Lacey Lamar returned to Seth Meyers’ NBC show this week to talk about racism.

Lamar recalled the time a car dealer denied her a cash discount only for a white male family friend who visited minutes later and got $4,000 off the exact same vehicle.

When confronted, the dealer offered Lamar some cash off – but only $1,000.

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Needless to say, she ended up not buying the car.

“I still live there and so these things happen to me all the time,” Lamar told Meyers.

“Part of the reason we wrote the first book is because of the magnitude of these things,” Ruffin said. “It’s the life of a little lady full of trash and it’s so funny because she’s not special in any way… she’s not angry or mean or evil in any way, she’s just a cute little happy man and that comes across her all.”

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