Darnella Frazier, the 17-year-old girl who recorded the killing of George Floyd, has spoken out about the incident for the first time.
"I watched this man die. I was the one that was recording the whole thing. I've seen him die," Frazier told NowThis.
"I posted the video last night, and it just went viral. And everybody's asking me how do I feel? I don't know how to feel," she continued. "'Cause it's so sad, bro. This man was literally right here, 8:00 p.m. yesterday."
Because of Frazier's video recording, the four officers involved have all been fired from their jobs.
She described the moments that led up to her recording the incident.
"I'm like, 'what is going on?' I pull my camera out. This man cannot f*cking breathe at all ... and they did not care. They killed this man. And I was right there! I was five feet away. It is so traumatizing," Frazier added.