'Eshay' rapper who hurled racist abuse at Asian commuters on a Sydney train reveals he was locked up after what happened OFF camera - and makes a pathetic excuse for his outburst
- Fleks City, real name Torian Agnew, filmed in racist attack on Asian commuters
- Agnew told Asian woman on a Sydney train 'How bout you f**k off to China'
- He later issued a grovelling apology, saying 'I'm not usually racist person bro'
- Agnew said he was 'wasted drunk' and had taken xanax and clonazepam pills
A wannabe rapper who launched into a racist tirade against Asian commuters on a Sydney train has issued a grovelling apology after claiming he was 'wasted drunk' and on a mixture of xanax and clonazepam at the time of the verbal attack.
The 28-year-old rapper, who goes by the name Fleks City, took to social media to tell his thousands of followers he had no recollection of the shocking outburst he filmed and uploaded to his own Snapchat account on Saturday.
'I don't remember anything. I was wasted drunk. Took eight xanax bars, six clonazepam pills and went adventuring on trains. I apologise to anyone I offended,' he posted.
Fleks City, whose real name is Torian Agnew, divulged how he was detained in custody for four days from Saturday after he was arrested following another incident that same day at a liquor store in Sydney's south.
Fleks City, real name Torian Agnew (pictured), issued a grovelling apology after filming the moment he hurled racist abuse at Asian commuters on a Sydney train
Agnew took to social media to tell his thousands of followers he had no recollection of the shocking incident as he 'was wasted drunk'
Agnew posted an apology to his social media accounts saying 'From the bottom of my heart I apologise to everybody I offended with what happened on the train'
'Got locked up for skitzing it at Wolli Creek Dan Murphy's thinking someone stole my phone after I left it on charge at a cafe next door. I'm an idiot,' he said.
'At least I can own up to my f**kups and apologise and to the fact I was that inebriated by xanax and clonazepam and alcohol. Go look these up, it's a deadset blackout. You're not in control of what you're doing and I f**ked up. It is what it is.
'And getting locked up I lost the one girl that meant the most to me. I didn't wanna be king of the ussy no more, I was gonna wife her up. F**k my life.'
Agnew was released from custody on Monday after being granted bail over the alleged liquor store incident. He issued multiple apologies for his racist tirade following his release.
'I'm not usually a racist person bro. I apologise to those people on the train. I apologise to anyone I offended. I f**ked up,' Agnew said.
'I didn't mean to offend anybody and yeah I f**ked up. I spent four days in jail and now going to court to deal with it all. I'm sorry to all involved. If you hate me join the rest. It is what it is, I f**ked up.'
Agnew (pictured right) filmed the moment he launched into a racist attack on Asian commuters on a Sydney train on Saturday (left)
In the footage of Agnew hurling racist abuse at an Asian woman and man on a Sydney train, he could be heard saying 'How bout you f**k off to China, you f**king peasant'.
'You invaded our country,' Agnew said.
He further doubled-down on his racist insults, telling the woman a second time 'At the end of the day you're an Asian peasant. You come to my f**king country. I run amok, aye'.
The woman retorted 'I'm not from China' and told the man 'I come to your country. I contribute to your country.'
Agnew pointed to the man holding the woman back, called him a 'p**y' and said 'he's talking sh*t'. She responded with 'he's not talking anything'.
The woman, who had to be held back by her male friend, was told by Agnew, who was filming the confrontation, 'How bout you f**k off to China'
Agnew also called the man holding the woman back a 'p**y' and said he was 'talking sh*t' to which the woman replied 'he's not talking anything'
'You know who I am, I'm king of the ussy, I'm king of the ussy,' he repeatedly told the pair.
Agnew later pointed at onlookers on the train and said 'you're Aussie, you're Aussie, you shouldn't be condoning this'.
The video cuts out after Agnew, who was holding a can of drink in his hand, moved to another carriage before getting off at Tempe in the city's Inner West.
Daily Mail Australia contacted Agnew for comment.