Rapper and activist China Mac recently met with artist Mistah F.A.B. to promote unity between Asian and Black communities amid the rise of violent attacks toward elderly Asians in San Francisco and Oakland, California.
Just days after dropping his latest music video, rapper and activist China Mac has announced that he’s quitting music.
Mac first made his intentions known last week via a YouTube live stream in which he mentioned that his efforts to create music are not reciprocated enough.
Following the recent success of their crowdfunding campaign to help Chinese businesses in New York City’s Chinatown, rapper China Mac and actor William Lex Ham are coming to Los Angeles for the #TheyCantBurnUsAll rally and march.
Rapper China Mac was joined by 250 demonstrators for a peaceful “march against hate” in New York’s Chinatown on Saturday afternoon.
China Mac has been vocal against the racist violence Asian Americans have been experiencing amid the COVID-19 pandemic — and he wants others to step up too.
The Brooklyn-born rapper, whose real name is Raymond Yu, slammed President Donald Trump in March for using the term “Chinese virus,” saying that it jeopardizes his family’s safety.
Brooklyn-born Chinese American rapper, China Mac, has created a GoFundMe for the elderly man who was attacked while picking up cans in San Francisco.
Rappers China Mac and MC Jin have finally buried the hatchet 19 years after a shooting incident at a New York club that landed the former in jail.
In a recent Instagram post, China Mac, whose real name is Raymond Yu, posted a picture of himself and fellow rapper MC Jin, also known as Jin Au-Yeung, appearing to shake hands.
Certain things shouldn’t have to be explained. When our friends ask us to respect their boundaries, to avoid doing things that play with scars they’ve built over time, we tend to oblige them. But despite members of the Black community in America constantly expressing discomfort and disdain for non-Black people using the controversial word, non-Black people still seem to insist.
Maybe it’s because there are also members of the Black community who seem to take no issue with it. Maybe it’s because these non-Black people don’t seem to know any members of the Black community. Or maybe it’s because people haven’t read works like this Twitter thread:
Brooklyn-born rapper China Mac opened up about his past usage of the N-word in recent interviews, arguing that he should not be chastised for it.
The Chinese-American artist, whose real name is Raymond Yu, shared his views on the use of the term at the Flip Da Script Podcast with comedian QueenzFlip and Dj Gmoney.