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Most Badass Asian drops 'Officer' MV to talk about racism

By mkim93   Saturday, May 27, 2017   23,122   1,291   30



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Most Badass Asian dropped their new music video 'Officer' on May 26 in regards to dealing with issues of racism.

Following Don Malik's single 'Yellow' for the 'Campaign Against Racism', Most Badass Asian released Volume 2 to create awareness against racism.

SEE ALSO: Korean rapper Don Malik denied entry into America for SXSW, claims immigration employees called him a Chink

This particular campaign began when Don Malik and several other artists were denied entry when they traveled to Austin, Texas to perform at the famous South by South West (SXSW) festival back on March 17. In which at the time, they claimed that racist slurs and gestures were made against the artists and were even handcuffed for no apparent reason. The music video targets this topic of racism that occurs all across the globe.

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NORM Sunday, May 28, 2017

I've mostly just heard abt Police racism towards like blacks in US, but does anyone know how bad it is towards asians tho? :|

2fat Sunday, May 28, 2017

You don't get to blame korean black face incidents on these guys. They aren't responsible for the entire country. Just like they shouldn't be equating "American racism" with their limited airport experience. Maybe the airport security didn't really know what to do with a group of Asian guys dressed like black gangbangers from the 1990's. lol Asians are "the model minority" in the US so for every little Asian kid that gets teased in school another one is graduating from medical or law school. America has the same problem Korea has when it comes to racism, brown and black people. Asians as a group are doing well in the US. Their biggest problem is who gets to play Major in Ghost In The Shell.

Luxorris Sunday, May 28, 2017

Cosplay went too hard in this one.

displaynameisnot Sunday, May 28, 2017

Yet we have to drag a damn apology out of they asses for black facing. Boy bye.

Bule_Ciel displaynameisnot Sunday, May 28, 2017

what's the frogs name again?

MunchieMinx Sunday, May 28, 2017

OK offensive much? How about how South Korea still treats people who are not ethnically Korean so poorly (or looks down on dark skin color on their own, and  African/African American visiting nationals even). Don't throw stones if your house is still glass too.

mind_blown Saturday, May 27, 2017


cnrrnj Saturday, May 27, 2017

I think, One of the reasons that popular korea wave in Asia...The height is higher and large body~18 years~28 years Man, Average heightS, KOREA - 5 feet 9inch (176cm), CHINA - 5 feet 2 (165cm), JAPAN - 5 feet 4.5inch (165.5cm), Thailand,Vietnam Etc. Southeast Asia - 5 feet 2.5 inch (159.5cm)

Anythingyg Saturday, May 27, 2017

Leave mlk out this bullshit. All the cop cars and pictures of black folks and references the stuff they don't know about is too much. They act like they've been through the struggle of being at Asian-American the only thing that happened to them was they were held at the airport and wrongfully called names. they are doing a bit much you can't speak on racism when you appropriate culture. They think this is gonna gain a bunch of fans but it's filled with exaggeration and ignorance. Making a joke out of real American minority issues. Worry about korea.

monsterlulu Saturday, May 27, 2017

So now you know what racism is huh?

maragana Saturday, May 27, 2017

I'd like these rappers to rap about the racism within their own country. Idk what MBA's song is about (as the translation is not yet available) but Don Malik's "Yellow" dealt with his one experience in an airport in the U.S. Tackling racism is important, but I'm afraid these rappers haven't experienced enough racism as Asian people living in the United States have.

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