WARNING: LANGUAGE

SiriusXM host Anthony Cumia during the broadcast of a special edition of "The Opie & Anthony Show" live from at 115 Bourbon Street Bar on August 10, 2012 in Chicago

SiriusXM host Anthony Cumia during the broadcast of a special edition of “The Opie & Anthony Show” live from at 115 Bourbon Street Bar on August 10, 2012 in Chicago

*As far as racist, violent Twitter rants go – and we’ve all seen our share – it doesn’t get much worse than this.

“Opie and Anthony” host Anthony Cumia got punched in the face repeatedly by a woman in Times Square Tuesday and decided to rant about it all night on Twitter.

According to his feed, he was taking photos of the area and the woman ended up in one of the pictures. When she objected to being in the pic, she allegedly called him a “white mother f**ker” and starting hitting him.

The woman happened to be African-American, and Cumia’s tweets definitely point that out, to say the least. He also suggests that her race had something to do with her “violent” reaction – with such postings as “They aren’t people,” and, “The violence in her was so predictable.”

Yet, he doesn’t understand why he’s being labeled a racist.

When a Twitter follower asked why the woman punched him, he responded, “I was WHITE!!!”

“Savage violent animal f**ks prey on white people,” Cumia continued. “Easy targets. This C**T has no clue how lucky she was. She belted me 10 times. I had a gun.”

He also tweeted, “I hope a homeboy beats her to death.”

Cumia tweeted like this throughout the night until Wednesday morning, posting photos of the woman that he took during the altercation and continuing to refer to her as an “animal,” “c**t” and a “savage.” 

 

Cumia claimed that he wasn’t hurt by the woman’s blows and managed to block most of them. He later wrote that the incident ended with him walking away with “no cop around” to stop the situation.

Cumia later lashed out at media outlets who called his tweets “racist,” saying  that the woman called him a “white motherf—er.” He wrote, in part, “I was assaulted and used ‘mean’ words on twitter and I’M the bad guy in all this?? Lol!” and “The 1st words out of her dumb ass mouth after punching me in the head were ‘white motherf—er’ but I’m the racist here? Bizarro land!”  

He also retweeted mentions of the 50th anniversary of the signing of the Civil Rights Act, mocking its effectiveness in light of his situation.

Opie and Anthony, which began in 1995 and features co-host Gregg “Opie” Hughes, has faced controversy since it’s beginnings and has bounced from carrier to carrier. The showhas been fined by the FCC twice. The first fine for $21,000 covered broadcasts from 2000-2001, which included a segment in which a seventeen year-old girl was instructed to take off her panties and to rub a telephone across her pubic area, as well as a song called “I’m Horny for Little Girls.”

A second 2004 fine saw Viacom — parent company of CBS Radio/Infinity-owned stations — pay $3.5 million to cancel all pending indecency claims against the show. At issue was a “Sex for Sam” contest in which people were encouraged to have sex in a public place.