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Jay Park calls out club in Itaewon for disrespect

By beansss   Wednesday, December 28, 2016   140,611   8,190   0



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On December 27, singer/rapper Jay Park took to his Instagram to call out a club in Itaewon after hearing some rumors about him circulating. 

SEE ALSO: Jay Park racks up another million followers on his Instagram

The club in question is a trendy club called Cakeshop, a hot place many celebrities have visited or expressed desires to visit. G-Dragon is known to have visited the spot. 

The singer/rapper sounded notably upset at the "disrespect" he'd been subject to from the club. You can read Jay Park's side below from his Instagram. 

So Some guy ( Im assuming hes the kid who got drunk and threw a drink on me behind my back and from what i told is one of the owners of cakeshop) is saying how I've never played at Cakeshop and Im appropriating and trying ride "Cakeshops Wave." First off I've gone there numerous times to help my homies out cause they asked me for a favor or just wanted me to perform spontaneously ( dumbfoundead, hoody) and even on the broiler room night Jenny from the shop asked Ugly Duck if me and him could perform during her set and Ugly Duck asked me for a favor so I was helping him out. I could care less about Cakeshop lol. Second off if u think im Bad for the culture you need to get your facts straight. Ive put in work for this culture and for ppl in this culture all over the world starting from bboys to djs to rappers and ect. I get saluted by the OGs and The up and coming youth from all over the world you think i give a fuck about Cakeshop? Lol You and the ppl over there are feelin yourselves a lil too much fam lol trust me i dont need cakeshop to solidify me or to make me "look cool" and like u said " im never there " lol your right cause i only go when homies asks for favors. I go to henz club buddy check ur facts before u go bumping your gums. this aint ur territory. Give credit where credit is due and if u too cocky to do that at least respect ppl as human beings #케익샵이모라구 #AOMG #누가이거해석해서제대로된글을올려줬으면해 #핸즈클럽이짱이지 #followthemovement

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midnightbee Thursday, December 29, 2016

I went on to read the whole story somewhere else, why should I read here if I need to go to other website? I don't get myself most of the times.

mindyleelee3 Thursday, December 29, 2016


federick Thursday, December 29, 2016

I'm imagining him rapping this whole story he posted in IG 😉

loh federick Thursday, December 29, 2016


neoncolors_0 Wednesday, December 28, 2016

This article doesn't explain shit lmao. Who's the white guy? What does: "... Jay Park jumped on a Boiler Room over it." even mean? Wtf....

Ryen neoncolors_0 Thursday, December 29, 2016

AKP didn't have all the fact, as usual. That photo is from a video where Samuel Swanson accused Jay Park of "cultural appropriation." If you want more details, google 'Samuel Swanson Cakeshop.' You'll find that video, along with an article from asianjunkie with more details about what really happened.

zhajianmian Wednesday, December 28, 2016

Wow Jay Park should rap that entire would be the best diss rap ever

S1C4L1CK4 Wednesday, December 28, 2016

he probs deserved it....he's an ass

jihoonii S1C4L1CK4 Thursday, December 29, 2016

Man go choke on a dick tbh, jay park is one of the nicest persons you can meet!

S1C4L1CK4 jihoonii Thursday, December 29, 2016


bangeryun94 Wednesday, December 28, 2016

Why didn't you print the entire story?  Why didn't you print what this jerk said about Jay and all the rappers who backed Jay up and called this douche a liar?  Now everybody is going to come for Jay when he held his tongue and let this asshat get 15 minutes using Jay's name.

SahanaE bangeryun94 Wednesday, December 28, 2016

What else did he say?

bangeryun94 SahanaE Wednesday, December 28, 2016

The guys name is Samuel Swanson. He accused Jay of never coming in Cakeshop when there are multiple videos of him there with Ugly Duck, Jenny from the shop, Hoody and others. He got drunk and threw drinks at Jay. He accused Jay of culturally appropriating Korean underground rap music. And Sammy has made enemies of other rappers as well. If you want to understand how this started and how it finished just type in *Samuel Swanson CAKESHOP" in a search engine and everything will pop up.

Ryen SahanaE Thursday, December 29, 2016

This article didn't give out much information, tbh. The photo in Jay's IG is from a video of Samuel Swanson accusing Jay Park of 'cultural appropriation,' or more accurately, 'appropriating' his "underground club." Jay wasn't the only one who spoke out. Hoody, Cha Cha Malone, and Ugly Duck also spoke out against his lies. The article from asianjunkie has more details.

Damuzik Wednesday, December 28, 2016

Jay is imbarassing himself, what an asshole he is!

Damuzik Wednesday, December 28, 2016


ksquared7 Damuzik Wednesday, December 28, 2016

Why would standing up for yourself especially when a person throws a drink at u and disrespects your life work without even knowing how much jay has given to the culture be embrassing?.....

bangeryun94 Damuzik Wednesday, December 28, 2016

Why is Jay embarrassing himself? Are YOU Sammy Swanson? A failed rapper. The owner of CAKESHOP (free publicity) accused Jay Park of cultural appropriation ... of, get this, Korean underground rap and hip hop. He also is a messy drunk who threw drinks at Jay when he was there with rappers he's trying to get known in the underground scene. I think you ARE Sammy.

Kpop4Lyyfe Wednesday, December 28, 2016

"I get saluted by the OG's". As in original gangsters? lol Jay. I enjoy your music and your brand, but you're not hood. Good on him for setting this cake-shop club straight but when he says things like "I get saluted by the OG's.....the up and comers....all around the world..." it's as if he needs to reconfirm his status and it spews insecurity. Jay, rap about it if you're a rapper. Don't rant on Instagram.

bangeryun94 Kpop4Lyyfe Wednesday, December 28, 2016

Actually, those "OGs" in the underground scene have ALL stepped up to defend him.

Kpop4Lyyfe bangeryun94 Wednesday, December 28, 2016

Ok. Good for him? When did I say anything about him not getting respect from Korean rappers? What I pointed out really wasn't a big deal. He has every right to say what he wants but I just found his terminology and choice of words funny. Not only him but a lot of the other K-hip hop artists use terms like "original gangsters" and try to act all hard an tough. If Chief Keef, Rick Ross, Jay Z..etc.. you know, any real gangster rappers heard K-hip-hop, they'd think its cute.

bangeryun94 Kpop4Lyyfe Wednesday, December 28, 2016

You obviously have never heard hardcore underground Korean rap. They are as much OG as those you named although I don't see Rick Ross and certainly not Jay Z as OG anymore. I'm not even talking about rappers who came from the underground like Zico. Don't confuse the hip hop you see here with the rap that happens in the clubs. There is an ocean's worth of difference.

bangeryun94 Kpop4Lyyfe Wednesday, December 28, 2016

Where did I say anything about respect? I said they defended him from this drunk lying ignoramous who has failed at everything he's attempted.

jennifeeerle Kpop4Lyyfe Wednesday, December 28, 2016

Idk where you're from, but besides "Original Gangsters" "OG" in 2016...also stands for just "ORIGINAL". So if you're not from the hood either, don't go telling people what words they can't and can use.

jennifeeerle Kpop4Lyyfe Wednesday, December 28, 2016

Snoop Dogg THE GODFATHER OF RAP came on to SMTM. ALSO. Timbaland came on to SMTM as a judge as well. HIP HOP ISN'T TO PROVE WHETHER OR NOT YOU'RE "HOOD". IT'S MUSIC.

Kpop4Lyyfe bangeryun94 Wednesday, December 28, 2016

Defending, not defending? Still what's your point?Good for Jay that some underground rappers defended him but again, how is that relevant in association to my first post? You keep talking about these underground rappers but fail to actually name any of them. They are as much gangsters as the people I just mentioned? No they aren't. If you didn't know, there is an actual genre of gangster rap. The genre which Dre, Snoop Dogg, Biggie...etc all made popular. Those are actual OG's. What I was saying was even rappers like Rick Ross, Gucci mane, chief keef, the game, jay z...etc were people that actually did grow up being gang affiliated and lived that life at a certain point in time. K-hip hop takes its influence from American rap. Korean underground rappers try to act tough, try to act like gangsters, but they're not.

Kpop4Lyyfe bangeryun94 Wednesday, December 28, 2016

I do however agree that this lying moron should be put in his place and for the rappers that defended jay, good on them.

bangeryun94 Kpop4Lyyfe Wednesday, December 28, 2016

This is Korea. Rap in America certainly may have influenced Korean rap, Korean hip hop and Korean EDM. Don't give yourself too much credit. There were major influences from British hip hop, the Caribbean, Africa, and the rest of Europe. Just because rap started in a neighborhood in New York, not Harlem btw, doesn't mean the original was *gangsta* That came much later when the west coast rappers came into their own. And just because Ugly Duck or Dumbfoundead didn't spend time in prison doesn't make them any less rappers than those who (in America) did. Jay Z has had most of his tats removed, wears 20,000 suits and drinks 23,000 bottles of champagne. He is a millionaire and he could give 2 shits about his rep.

bangeryun94 Wednesday, December 28, 2016


missnumbered Kpop4Lyyfe Wednesday, December 28, 2016

"Those are actual OG's", "Korean underground rappers try to act tough, try to act like gangsters, but they're not." Saying these things honestly just made you sound ignorant. Sorry if that offended you, but I couldn't think of any other word to put it. I hope your not one of those people who think Korean rappers just try to copy Americans and view American rappers as gods. It really annoys me when people say things like that (maybe a little because I am Korean myself) but more so because do you every stop and think that Korea ALSO HAS their own "OG's"? Yes, all the people you named are respected "OG's" but Korea also has figures like them that our parents parents etc have been listening to. Korean culture is a lot more different than you may think. "any real gangster rappers heard K-hip-hop, they'd think its cute" - To this the only thing I can say is your definition of "real" is not everyone's definition of real. Sure there are common viewed respected people in the hip hop scene, but is it really necessary to call Korean rap "cute" compared to American (I'm assuming your talking about) rappers? Both America and Korea have good and bad rappers, just like any other country. Nobody is better than the other. Your comments were very offensive and really one sided, and I hope you can become a little more open minded. Jay was just defending himself through the quickest way possible - social media. Nothing more nothing less. Why make a whole rap about it just because he's a "rapper" or artist? Does that mean all rappers shouldn't complain on social media but rap about it instead? Sure, he could've kept it more professional, but I'm not in the position to ask for such things, and in the end it's his account and his life and his opinions and rights.

princess1997 Kpop4Lyyfe Wednesday, December 28, 2016

Why does it matter? Its just a fucking term. Honestly is doesn't have to represent the wannabe thugs plaguing the nation. Its ridiculous how a term gets people fired up. Koreans try to act tough? Thats everyone who walks and breathes on this planet that. Jay is using this overrated term to describe the seniority of the artist who acknowledge him. Why do people always bring race into the picture? Its annoying and ignorant.

Kpop4Lyyfe jennifeeerle Wednesday, December 28, 2016

Are you an idiot? When did I ever say that he CANT say the term OG? If you look at my comment, I said quite the opposite actually when I said that he has every right to say whatever he wants. I was stating my own opinion and I'm entitled to my own opinion. If you don't agree, that's fair enough, I don't care. You are entitled to your own opinion as well. You also contradict yourself quite hilariously because you argue about how "OG" is just a term and it doesn't matter who says it since it only means "original". To quote, you said, "so if you're not from the hood either, don't go telling people what they can or can't say". So you are pretty much implying that you agree with the point I made. Then you go on to say that if I myself isn't from the hood then I can't say it. Can't you see the irony? Better luck next time.

Kpop4Lyyfe bangeryun94 Wednesday, December 28, 2016

Now you're just bullshitting. I never said they weren't any less rappers. I was just stating the fact that it's funny how a lot of K hip hop artists rap about a life they really aren't about. I respect the classics, like Yoon Mi Rae and Tiger JK, but rappers nowadays like Jessi...Kim Gura's son whatever the fuck his name is. etc. they're trash. That's just an opinion. Like I said, it isn't a big deal. It really shouldn't bother you that much. You can say whatever the fuck you want, but it still won't change the fact that I think a lot of them nowadays are just posers.

NoonaVip Kpop4Lyyfe Thursday, December 29, 2016

You had me a bit up until you mentioned Chief keef and the Game as your choice of OG's. So gang affiliated makes them OG's as the meaning of "original gangstas?" It's clear you are also a mainstream junkie too. See I'm born and raised in LA and The Game isn't even really from the hood he claim, thus he has been good hopping from being a crip to a blood in which most cats in LA know about. He's not even allowed to step foot in his own hood and doesn't even get along with his own brother from "da hood" (cedar block in Compton that is) Now see, I'll only just talk about Game just to elaborate to you that you also don't know what an OG is and he's far from it. However I get your point about pointing out jay parks choice of words. I honestly don't think he'd bust a grape in a fruit fight but you could've called him out on other things. America isn't the only country full of reputable people that can be labeled as OGs.

Mitch1 Wednesday, December 28, 2016

go jay! time for some k-celebs to fight back nowadays and not be too goody2x for the netz

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