Megan Thee Stallion Partners With May Lee and Fashion Nova to Donate $50,000 to Fighting Anti-Asian Hate
Grammy Award-winning rapper Megan Thee Stallion has partnered with Fashion Nova and journalist/activist May Lee to donate $50,000 to a nonprofit advancing the rights of Asian Americans in Georgia and the Southeast.
Korean rapper Owen Ovadoz is under fire again from an Instagram live where he complained about why he should care about the BLM movement.
Editor’s Note: This post is not an excuse to further perpetuate racism towards any other group.
Rapper 50 Cent recently took to Instagram to share his feelings about the deadly novel coronavirus which has now made global headlines.
Since the outbreak, social media has been rife with disinformation and panic pertaining to the newly discovered disease. Some ignorant posts have even gone as low as to throw racism toward Chinese people.
Rapper Azealia Banks went after Democratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang in her Instagram Stories and accused him of being a Chinese spy.
In the now-deleted post, the 28-year-old artist from Harlem, New York said she is “strongly against Andrew Yang.”
Democratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang was greeted with thunderous applause when he made a surprise appearance at a concert for rapper Rich Brian in New York.
The show, held at New York’s Terminal 5 on October 7, was the first stop for the Indonesia-born rapper’s “The Sailor Tour.”
Rappers in China are reposting a meme that has been circulating on Chinese social media to show support for the Hong Kong police as violent protests continue.
The patriotic fury was ignited after a Chinese journalist was tied and assaulted by Hong Kong protesters who thought he was undercover police despite wearing a yellow high-visibility vest typically worn by journalists covering the protest on Tuesday night, according to Inkstone News.
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.
The track was a riff on a previous impromptu rap he performed for noodle shop patrons as part of a variety show episode that aired in 2017. According to Sixth Tone, Wu was widely mocked by netizens for the original lyrics that go: “Look at the noodle, it’s long and thick — just like the bowl, which is big and round.”
“Gucci Gang” rapper Lil Pump offered an apology for doing the slanted-eye gesture and using a racial slur in a preview of his new song “Butterfly Doors.”
Lil Pump, whose real name is Gazzy Garcia, apologized through an Instagram video post on December 25, according to Hop Clear.