Blackpink fans want Malaysia’s Namewee to apologise for sexist rap song – Asia – South China Morning Post

Blackpink fans want Malaysia’s Namewee to apologise for sexist rap song – Asia – South China Morning Post
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Malaysia’s bad-boy rapper Namewee has been known to court controversy and come afoul of the law, but for fans of superstar K-pop band Blackpink, he’s gone one step too far with his latest track.

The song You Know Who Is My Father? has been described as sexist and misogynistic for its reference to a person performing a solo sex act while looking at the four-member girl band.

The music video also features Namewee playing a rich man surrounded by women clad in bikinis and short skirts.
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