Tiger JK has apologized for his "racist" outburst at a recent event for 'The Creators Project'.
He tweeted earlier today:
But I need to let the whole truths out. Now you can judge me. Once again my sincere apology goes out to all them good peoples Peace
— Tiger JK(@DrunkenTigerJK) September 25, 2012
According to Tiger JK, hecklers in the audience insisted that he perform the "horse dance" from the choreography of Psy's "Gangnam Style", and he was unable to hold back his frustration. He tweeted, "Creators project event other night. I went crazy on all them white folks in the crowd, Cussing them out. During my set, these dudes kept telling me to horse dance , F rapping just dance. I had to cut all my song short. Without self control. My F*** you turned into F** everybody To F*** all the white people to F*** CNN To F *** Hollywood. To Fu** all yall who think Asians are here to make you laugh by dancing my asses off. F** Hollywood thinkin Asians are just a comic relief."
It was the third time that the rapper featured as the representative artist from South Korea. 'The Creators Project', sponsored by Intel and Vice magazine, is a global campaign that supports new and rising artists who use technology to go past the boundaries of creative expression. Tiger JK is also currently propelling 'The Wanderers' project with Yoon Mi Rae and visual artist Lumpens to prevent school violence.
Read the rest of his tweets on the matter below.