Andre Abram — the Black man who was told “This is a no n***er zone” by a man named Paul Ng — says he’s dealing with difficult mental aftershock from the incident going viral … but he’s not holding any grudges.
Abram tells TMZ … last week’s confrontation with Ng in Scottsdale was extremely upsetting for him, and he’s having a tough time reliving it over and over as the media replays it.
Abram says he’s using breathing and relaxation techniques to stay calm, but admits it’s been emotionally taxing. He says he has a strong support system of friends and family … and he won’t hesitate to seek more help if needed.
As for Ng … Andre says he forgives the guy for his actions, but stresses that he needs to understand what he did was wrong and unacceptable.
As we first reported … Ng was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct for his interaction with Abram. He allegedly told cops he was looking out for his community and suspected Abram and his friend of casing the area. In actuality, they were recording an episode of Abram’s podcast.
Ng also got fired from his job, and Abram tells us he believes the guy’s been punished enough. He also says he’d be willing to meet 1-on-1 with Ng to discuss the incident as part of the healing process … if Ng is interested.
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