Solihull YouTube star Lord Aleem racially abused in car showroom

A millionaire from Solihull has revealed how he was racially abused in his car showroom.

Lord Aleem, a YouTube star with 70,000 social media followers, even says he caught the alleged attack on camera.

As the Birmingham Mail reports, the 21-year-old tweeted on Monday: “I just got called a “Muslim c**t”.

“I’ve got CCTV from my showroom which I’ll download soon to show you what happened next.”

The footage has not been made public yet but the entrepreneur bounced back from the incident by posting footage of his trip to Edgbaston Cricket ground to watch the India v Pakistan match.

The self-styled Lord has since posted a video on Twitter, captioned: “So here’s the CCTV footage of the coward.”

It was not clear at this stage exactly what the video shows.

He does not reveal which showroom the alleged incident took place in, but his family run luxury car hire firm Platinum Executive Travel on Coventry Road in Yardley.

Lord Aleem, who hails from Solihull but now lives in London, expressed his sympathy for the victims of the London Bridge attacks by tweeting a heart shaped emoji on Sunday.

This is not the first time Lord Aleem has been the victim of racial abuse .

Last July, the vlogger told his Twitter followers that he was called a ‘P***’ by a racist thug as he drove a Rolls Royce to Friday prayers.

He tweeted: “Just had a little rat shout ‘Oi f*** off out the country P***’ whilst I was driving.

“Brexit has given some people boost. Someone’s going to get hurt. Not the only bit of racism I’ve experienced since being back HOME.”

Lord Aleem , whose real name is Aleem Iqbal, posted a picture of one of his many expensive cars, saying: “Maybe it’s because I’m driving a Rolls Royce… Awwww.”

Yet the flamboyant businessman was determined no to let the vile abuse affect him and later tweeted: “It’s called Great Britain for a reason… let’s live up to the name,.”

He finished with the message: “I am a Muslim and I am proud. I am British and I am proud.”

There have been worries of a backlash against the Muslim community in the wake of the London and Manchester attacks.

Racist vandals sprayed ‘Terrorise your own country’ on the side of an Islamic Centre in south London on Sunday.