Tornado surviver will not tolerate local reporter rounding up her age, “I ain’t no 80 years old!”

Graham Gremore

After surviving the devastating tornado that ripped through parts of New Orleans earlier this week, Constance Landry spoke to her local news station about the terrifying ordeal.

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Ms. Constance was displaced by the storm and is currently staying at a Red Cross shelter until she can find a more permanent place to live. But that’s not what matters here. What matters is the reporter who mistakenly says she’s 80, when, in fact, she’s only 75.

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Ms. Constance wastes no time correcting the young woman by saying “I ain’t no 80 years old,” then shooting her a dirty look as she waits for an apology.

See the clip below…

Ms. Constance Doesn't Appreciate Rounding Her Age Up

ICYMI: Did you catch this hilarious moment on WDSU this morning?Ms. Constance, who was displaced by the tornado in New Orleans East, added some extra sass to our live newscast when Kellie Brown WDSU said she was "almost 80 years old."Read more about the Red Cross shelter she was staying at here: bit.ly/2k35Rr4

Posted by WDSU News on Wednesday, February 8, 2017

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