Some Most Serious RACIST Allegations Of Kpop Idols

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Maybe you are no longer unfamiliar with racist accusations targeting Kpop idols, because it literally happens on a daily basis. But do you wonder why despite their fame and great influence, some Kpop idols are still ignorant about this sensitive topic, thus end up getting heavy criticism from everyone?
These are some typical cases of Kpop idols being under fire for their allegedly racist action, let’s find out who they are and how serious the allegations are.

Some Most Serious RACIST Allegations Of Kpop Idols

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  1. Lemme b messy 4 a sec

    If I'm 13 and I kill sum1 will I be forgiving???
    I lemme explain I see no diff I'm 13 I understand right and wrong!

    When I was 13 I was in the 8th grade !

    In korea if ur in 8th grade they teach moral education which is helping children and young people to acquire a set of beliefs and values regarding what is right and wrong.

    accurately U.S. history is part of Korean history. In the most direct terms, Korea signed its first-ever foreign treaty with the U.S. so they had to be taught American revolution or American something cus even North Korea knows American "stuffs" but yet still see us as enemy 😭.

    But then again this is about black ppl ….quoted from a friend "We are aware about that fact but dont know about much about the details. Korean students learn history focus on Korea just like how other countries do. There is subject call World history but it’s optional and idk how it deals with that slavery issue". So still from a kid who'd know from right and wrong I'd atleast be curious and search it up for more explanation

    But I'm 13 so nvm.

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  2. First thing first,the channel itself is toxic,create cancel culture everywhere and deserve a report
    Second thing second,all of the idols here deserve criticism,but we are supposed to hold them accountable and learn their mistake NOT cancel attack or homophobic criticism,if they apologize and actually don't repeat the same mistake then we all can be happy to support
    Third thing third, covering some of the well-known song originally contain inappropriate words is not a crime but dodgeable,ppl mishearing naega to n-word or mistranslation were extreme and hateful,I feel like fans just make their own drama(same as this channel)
    Last thing last,as being said, SKZ Han and AOA Jimin is OK,the rest is not
    Once again,f the channel

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  3. Don’t be woke it is stupid who cares these Koop people are are ok . Of people are that offended grow up and shut up

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  4. About Wendy's cultural appropriation issue, why is it only she who gets so criticized. I not saying she is right. But a lot of American stand up comedians also mimic Asian cultures copying their accents or language. Take Jo Koy for example. It doesn't matter if he is half Asian. He is making fun of other cultures too. Wendy used it as a joke and so do a lot of comedians. Why don't the "comedians" go under fire? I swear, a lot of people are just taking opportunities to target other people. Again not saying she is right.

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  5. I mean, at this point in time the N word is more of a homie term than something oppressive. As Eazy E been said, its perfectly fine as long as u dont mean something bad as u said it. Honestly, Its common knowledge that other races can casually call us the N word coz they bros. In my two decades, the N word is mostly used as another term for bros, nothing more. My white friends be more concerned bout it tho lol, as for me i dont really care as long as I know they don't mean something bad as they says it. I know i did not spell it out to not trigger anyone. Although as I said, it dont really matter to me unless u looking 4 shit.

    4 d case of Wendy tho, I mean its kinda funny for some? I think? lol. Anyway, those gesture tho, u be lyin if u said u didnt thought of d same ting. LOL. I believe that wendy is a good person and is just too pure for the issue. I do believe she definitely did it for humor reasons and is on a verry thin line. Although, its not my type of humor, standups do it all the fucking time and as I said earlier it rlly depends on what they mean by it.

    Overall, entertainment, humor r something that should never be taken seriously especially in these kind of things. I mean we all know that they dont mean bad aye? Although I admit that their perspective is sometimes on the wrong side of things, it is never too hard to just talk it out nicely and peacefully,

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  6. When she said that black men resemble gangsters
    I’m like 😧🫢
    When did that happened?
    I’m not their culture but I know that they aren’t gangsters!
    No hate to anybody

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  7. Idk why tf some of Korean hate black/brown people and idk why they love white skin so much. Idk what people think about my comment but Idc cause that's the truth

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  8. In the part when you said that Han from Stray Kids said the n-word, well 니가 (niga in Roman letters) is ised is used as a slang for saying "You're" in songs (I am studying Korean for almost 2 years) so please before you accuse someone for saying the n-word, maybe you should inform yourself :))

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  9. IMO(just my plain opinion): Wendy,XUM and JIMIN is quite offensive and MAMAMOO? Idk.. i know they try to miclmic bruno mars but i think it is quite a bit too far for a joke,idk i have no opinion but in Han's case.. I think i understand quite a bit. Not being a black citizen.. It really don't matter what i think but i am just thinking "He is only 13 yrs old and probably doesn't know much about the rasicsm going on around the world(if you are asian it is quite easy to be blind in this kind of knowledge) and he probably just copy from what he sees on internet or smth(he's 13 inspired to be rapper and grow up watching rap music so dont xpect him to do research at thhat age 'no one is that mature at 13🤣; n y'll know hiphop is owned by black people) like if he listen to popular rappers like wiz khalifa and snopp dogg and others.. He prolly gonna copy them. Including all the slang.. It be the n-word or other word. And he already apologize sincerely(hoping he is truly sincere) i think he deserve another chance. Let the childhood mistake not ruin the adult's life. U agree?

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  10. Why only a few cases included in this videos whereas bigger racism done by huge popular group been left out. If you want to list out,make sure dont choose group you hate

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  11. Maybe instead of hating them, we should teach them. Hating them won't help or do anything it's just a waste of time

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  12. In korean, the word 'niga' means 'you are'. I'm korean and not defending them. I just let you know that the words you listen very often in kpop lyrics are not n words.

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  13. Wow the K-pop group that was making fun of people Ghana…. yikes hope y’all don’t defend this I’m Ghanaian American and that really hurt me never even heard someone do something like that

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  14. Ever since I became a Wendy Stan the Scandals are kind of dumb? From a black person, there are people who have done alot worse than Wendy, but still, she gets the most hate out of all people on this list. And I question it, because she imitated BOTH black and white races accurately enough. AND They do that stuff in Hollywood movies, but your not dishing out tomatoes? How she did something SO minor and gets the most hate for it. Like y'all find every reason to hate on Wendy, even going as far to call her talentless? Check your definitions before u start talking.

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  15. So the koreans hold oli London accountable for offending and discriminating thier culture and black people cant do the same to kpop idols this thing is fuxked up

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  16. I really think that as black person it's never to late to apologize but for those who chose ignorant they really need to be calling out

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  17. As a multi racial girl these kpop idols are racist and they absolutely degrade other cultures and nations I don't find this funny at all I'm sorry but I'm a black girl mixed with filipino and Vietnamese And dominican and Mexican and %10 Korean this is disrespectful and absolutely messed up kpop idols who do this are immature and childish they still need to be held accountable for their actions I don't like when people use the N word I'm not happy when kpop idols do this for fun but this is wrong

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  18. I knew all of them were racists especially Han but except Jimin she did not do it intentionally it was unintentional not everything is racist she did wrong but calling her ugly when she is 100% more beautiful than u , can't rap when she comes in best rapper list . U should also add Gissele aespa,Nmixx ( mocked my culture I want them to disband) ,Gidle( mocked black people music calling them just drums when they don't make music about sex like gicle)

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  19. I get what Han said and how bad it is but we have to remember he was 13 when he wrote this although age doesn't excuse what he wrote we can't hold this forever we all make mistake and that's how we learn he sincerely wrote an apology even if it isnt much we have to learn to forgive no we shouldn't excuse what he did it isnt ok we but shouldn't keep this forever

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  20. For yall who keep saying Han didn't say the N word he literally did. People weren't refering (naega=you) part they were talking about how he said the Korean n word which is kamdoongi the narrator underlined the wrong shit there are other videos that explained more of Han's situation than this one and explained it much better and clearer.

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  21. I'm listening to this and can't believe how sensitive the audience got … No self distance i see this times 😂😂

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  22. They take a lot of stylistics and parts of the black culture and music to create successful songs. But in exchange, they lack to have respect for african people?

    Shame!

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  23. SM makes their idols apologize for everything—even things they didn’t do (read: Lucas). That Wendy never apologized for her overt racist actions make it so I’ll never be a reveluv. Screw her. I guess ugly people have to put others down to feel better about themselves.

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