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Another 'School Rapper' contestant Young B accused of underage drinking, smoking, and school violence

By jennywill   Saturday, February 18, 2017   97,249   3,653   1



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Another 'School Rapper' contestant is under fire for his behavior.

Yang Hong Won (who goes by Young B) is being accused of underage drinking, smoking, as well as school violence. Alleged peers from his school accused him of bullying, calling him a severe thug, and that he was reported for bullying multiple times. He was apparently confronted regularly by the teachers, and was the student that the teachers always had to keep an eye on. There are accusations that he stole other students' things, and that he would hit them if they refused.

A photo of him at a noraebang with beer and cigarettes have also surfaced (which is problematic because he is underage), and more and more peers are bringing up proof such as initials of the names of actual students that are in his bullying group of friends.

So far, he has turned his Instagram to private following accusations and angry comments on his SNS.

What do you think of yet another 'School Rapper' contestant being problematic?

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inkcotnexo Tuesday, March 14, 2017

his instagra @youngboppang

Sharkry Wednesday, February 22, 2017

That's not his insta duh, It ain't even on private

KimAC Wednesday, February 22, 2017

I don't want to even respond to you but are you actually saying Rappers have a right to do illegal things because of their profession. How old do you think I am? I am very curious to hear the age you think I am. I will give you one small hint, I have already had one kid. Trust me, its a very small hint.

musicsakura Tuesday, February 21, 2017

That's not even his instagram mate LOL

bulgogitittiess Monday, February 20, 2017

can these people stop pretending like theyre some kind of fucking special snowflake and stop digging into peoples lives

kaicutie Monday, February 20, 2017

OMG IM UNDERAGE I DRINK TOO CHILL PPL pretty normal thing lolol

kaicutie Monday, February 20, 2017

admit it everyone drank with their parents atleast...... even a sip... THATS STILL FUCKING UNDERAGE DRINKING LMAO

j1msm Sunday, February 19, 2017

I dislike how everyone in the comment section is defending him saying everyone drinks and do drugs... That's not even the point here... The kid was a big bully to other kids and we all know how severe bullying is in Korean schools compared to the U.S... They even have periods for studying in the classroom with no supervision .-.

mind_blown Sunday, February 19, 2017

Damn! How many of these kids fucked up in the past on this show?? Everyday there's some new shit!

2fat Sunday, February 19, 2017

Is this a competition for choir boys or rappers?

Rock30815 Sunday, February 19, 2017

I get that we all make mistakes when we're young. I don't think we should be rewarded for our mistakes. So when I read comments about how and why their errors and flaws perhaps makes them a good rapper, I think this is a silly argument to make and actually slights the art of rap and hip hop. It's a valid argument, but an immature one. Even boxers like Bernard Hopkins paid for the errors of his youth before going on to succeed. I honestly like the fact that people make a big deal out of their bad behavior. If you went to school with a bully, and then see that bully go onto a show and shine through rapping. You might feel some type of way about it. Moreover, what message does that send to the rest of the youths? Here in America, celebrities have done their utmost to say they aren't responsible for the influence they have on the youth. In Korea, I respect that people put forth an effort to say, whether you think you're responsible or not, collectively, we think you are. And we're going to hold you accountable.

Toss Rock30815 Sunday, February 19, 2017

I don't think it's an immature argument. I think people have influence over others, but at the end of the day, the individual is responsible for their own actions. I have a serious problem with how Koreans hold celebrities on an unachievable pedestal of perfection. I don't disagree with the hate he's getting, and I think he should publicly apologize to everyone's he's hurt (if it's true). However, I don't think he should be kicked off the show. If he shows no signs of learning from his past action, only then should he have more severe repercussions. Also, remember these are only accusations, we can't be sure if they are founded or to what degree they are true. He's obviously been drinking and smoking, but those are the lesser crimes in my opinion. I'm more concerned about who let him smoke and drink. How did he get access to that environment?

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