KittiB talks about RPS “Korean rappers have kept silence to sex crimes”

[Reporter Han Hyun-jung, Daily Economy Star Today]

Rapper KittiB expressed her heart at the controversy over RPS, which has recently spread to gender issues.

KittiB wrote through her Instagram story on the 13th, “Has the hip-hop community in Korea been sensitive to sex crimes? All rappers have kept silence when I was sexually harassed. I remember clearly.”

RPS is known for being a kind of fan fiction culture in which male idol members appear as homosexual protagonists.

Earlier, rapper Son Simba said about RPS in a strong tone, saying, “There are people who sell novels and pictures that engage in perverted sexual relations with real people, cover up collectively, and even defend themselves.” have. Since then, the Blue House national petition related to RPS has also been posted.

On the other hand, KittiB applied and sued the rapper Blacknut for writing lyrics containing sexual insults towards him, applying violations of the Act on Special Cases concerning sexual assault crimes and charges of insults. Afterwards, Blacknut, who was handed over to trial after an investigation by the prosecution, was convicted only of insults in 2019, but was ordered 6 months in prison, 2 years probation, and 160 hours of social service.

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