An emerging half-Chinese, half-Ghanaian artist in Singapore has shed light on her own experiences of racial discrimination in the country — including from her own relatives.
Keyana, 17, first appeared in the public eye as a model three years ago. In May, she released her debut song “Save It”.
A Taipei nightclub that went viral for imitating a Ghanaian pallbearers meme took down all videos and pictures of its dance troupe, Luxy Boyz, and discontinued performances after being accused of using blackface.
In a statement to Taiwan News on May 4, OMNI Nightclub, located on Zhongxiao East Road, Section 4 in Da’an District, said they were not aware that “blackface” was a form of racial discrimination.
A Taiwanese club is delighting its customers with servers who have taken a cue from the viral dancing pallbearers in Ghana.
Earlier this year, several memes and videos of the dancing Ghanaian group of pallbearers went viral. The performance is part of a funeral service, which is carried out on the request of the bereaved family.
To say South Korean actor Lee Min-ho is a huge superstar would be a total understatement. The 30-year-old “The Heirs” and “Boys Over Flowers” actor is considered as one of the many high-ranking celebrities who is not only popular in South Korea, but in other parts of the world as well.
It turns out that Miss Ghana also adores Lee Min-ho, casually expressing her infatuation towards the actor and singer when she bonded with Miss Korea during the recent Miss Universe 2017 in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Japanese-Korean singer Yasuo Namekawa, better known by his stage name in South Korea as Kangnam, is now under fire for his highly insensitive comments about the Republic of Ghana.
In an episode of “My Ugly Duckling” which aired on Oct. 22 at SBS (Seoul Broadcasting System), singer Tony An and Kangnam visited Ghanaian TV personality Sam Okyere’s house, according to AllKpop.