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Posted by elliefilet AKP STAFF 28 days ago

Rapper San E under fire for spreading clip of recent viral public dispute

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Rapper San E is under fire for spreading a clip of a recent public dispute involving a physical altercation between men and women at a bar. 

On November 15, San E posted a video of the incident on Facebook with the message, "A new video of Lee Soo Yuk's incident." This past November 13 at 4AM, there was a physical dispute with 3 men and 2 women after things got heated during a night of drinking. The women alleged it was violence against women, while the men alleged, "The women hit us first and ripped our shirts."

In the clip San E posted, the women berate the men for supposedly never having relations with women and other sexually harassing comments. It seems to indicate what happened before the viral video already out there of the men in question physically attacking the women.

However, netizens are quite angry with San E for getting involved and releasing video of the incident. They commented, "He's attacking the victims a second time," and "I ask for the punishment of San E, who illegally filmed the victims."

Stay tuned for updates on the situation.

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kmspl 28 days ago 7
28 days ago

Some people are mad because the clip doesn't fit the narrative of the women being totally innocent. I feel bad for them and violence is never the answer, but the video gives context about what happened before the incident.

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Donna_Dash 28 days ago 4
28 days ago

I agree. But it doesn't show who hit whom first, so what is the point other than trying to push a narrative. He wasn't there sooooo how would he know if they are lying or not. It could be that those insults they hurled at the men provoked them and made them get physical. It could also be that the women did in fact start the fight. We don't know and neither does San E, so him posting this was quite pointless.

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kmspl 28 days ago 3
28 days ago

Apparently, the media just released CCTV footage and it turns out the women provoked the fight and hit first. One woman claims they were targeted just for having short hair but that wasn't the case. The tables have turned and San E is being praised now for helping to spread the truth.

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Rock30815 27 days ago 1
27 days ago

Exactly. Right now, in America at least, there's too much demonizing of men. Hashtag BelieveAllWomen and the MeToo Movement have made it so to even ask a question or two is automatically victim shaming. And it's interesting what San E wrote, about how the women were apparently berating the men for not having any relations with women? Why would women make fun of men for that? And of course, I bring this up only because I've seen it in a number of cases, I've read plenty of articles and the comments that follow about this issue. The issue being, that men are increasingly going their own way. They're refraining from interacting with women out of fear of being misinterpreted and accused of sexual misconduct. And anything that goes against the narrative that women are the innocent angels and men are all bad and need to be trained to subdue our violent, aggressive tendencies...it's not surprising that San E is being criticized for this.

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2fat 27 days ago 0
27 days ago

Gee funny how as a result of the #metoo movement, hundreds of women came forward and it was revealed that men in almost every industry had been abusing their power against women for DECADES. Many of them lost their high powered jobs but not before they had destroyed the careers and sometime lives of the women they had abused. If San E. is some kind of men's rights advocate then he's an asshole. Men don't need anyone to "advocate" for them because they still most certainly in charge.

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forgivemenot1 28 days ago 7
28 days ago

How does the release of this video harm the women involved? If their side of the story has merit then the video can only bolster their position, unless it shows the opposite then isn't the truth better?


Netizens are weird.

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jokbal_is_yum 28 days ago 0
28 days ago

Netizens are weird.


Def not gonna argue with you about that one.

>___<


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Donna_Dash 28 days ago 4
28 days ago

Because the video doesn't show who hit who first so it's doesn't really prove anything other than the fact that the women were insulting them.... It could be that they are lying and that they did start it OR that the men decided to get physical because of the insults. His intend is trying to make it seem like this proves who started it, when it doesn't. Besides it's quite messy of him to get involved in something that really isn't any of his business.

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2fat 27 days ago 0
27 days ago

I think it shows that they were arguing with the men prior to the alleged assault and the things they were saying was mean. Boo hoo. Like telling some guy he's got a tiny pee pee is an excuse to hit you.

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dooda 28 days ago 3
28 days ago

Is anyone filming the incident is fine but when a celebrity Films it is illegal? What logic is that

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kmspl 28 days ago 2
28 days ago

San E didn't even film the video himself. He just reposted it.

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dooda 28 days ago 1
28 days ago

Lol then why are they asking to give him a punishment 😂😂😂😂

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Rock30815 27 days ago 0
27 days ago

Because he's someone of influence, providing a different narrative that the mainstream doesn't want to hear. If he posted the video as a way to say, "see, this male violence needs to stop!" They would have applauded him.

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FriedChickenLove 28 days ago 1
28 days ago

Ummmm woooooorrrrld staaaaaar!

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Donna_Dash 28 days ago 0
28 days ago

I wonder if korea has their own version of worldstar?!

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borahae 28 days ago 0
28 days ago

violence is wrong but bullying is also wrong. people want equality while not following their own beliefs and then they get angry. c'mon.

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kazuyakamenashi 28 days ago 0
28 days ago

So all the people judging him are stupid, saying he shouldn't post cause X reasons are dumb. You idiots are saying he can't be human he can't do things you and everyone you know do everyfucking day, he can't share or show things that every human has the right to to do. How many of you have posted something on your social media that could be considered problematic be it political or something personal? How many of you have shared,uploaded or linked videos be it viral or not about shit that has nothing to personally do with you. So why is this man unable to do anything you do? You friends and family do the same do you decry and judge them too?

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AlexisChan 28 days ago 0
28 days ago

so this is the same story from the two women getting beaten up for having short hair? Kind of sad to see this. How the hell did both of the women get beaten up so badly tho? Women or men, It shouldn't have gotten to that point of violence. Honestly it sucks cuz these kinds of things happen all the time when people think. They need to just stop drinking if they get verbal or abusive from both sides.

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hiroonakamura 27 days ago 0
27 days ago

so San E is showing what actually happened, and people are mad because he did it? It's not his fault that the women were sexually harrassing the guys.
Also, it's not his fault that the guys were idiots and began hitting the women.

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pink_oracle 28 days ago 0
28 days ago

I don't understand. He shared the video or leaked a video from the case?

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Mio26 28 days ago 2
28 days ago

People should learn to think.There was a post on panchoa about it.Many people thought that it was some kind of misogynic act and believed every word which this girl wrote although she herself said that she is suspect in this case.

Just think:public bar and police was involved.Do you seriously think that they didn't talk with witnesses.All people in bar were in cahoots?How probable is that?All people drunk alcohol, so aggresive behaviour of both sides is very probable.I saw some public fights and both sides Never were angels.Just think and then write petitions.

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Donna_Dash 28 days ago 1
28 days ago

It seems both the men AND the women lied about what they did to each other.

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Mio26 28 days ago 0
28 days ago

Well that's rxactly what I thought from the start.But I don't think so petition is must in normal criminal cases which happen everyday in Korean bars.

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Anpanman 28 days ago 5
28 days ago

The police refused to share the video, right? So he's at fault for doing it. Especially considering that it paints the men as victims, when in fact the men lied about not pushing the woman.

As for everything else, radical feminists are vile and boderline insane, and the women in question also insulted others for no reason but that still doesn't justify the men hurting them.

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RoAnon9935 28 days ago 4
28 days ago

Part your missing is where everything points to the woman antagonized and hit first. They do have CCTV of this. Also they harassed another couple before the men. San E may have done wrong in reposting it, but by doing it it's buzzing again and more people are catching on that these woman were not pointlessly targeted for their short hair liked they claimed.

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Anpanman 28 days ago 2
28 days ago

But I've said that they insulted others for no reason tho. The women harassed others and became violent first, but that still doesn't make it okay to hurt them to that degree and lie about it (there's a footage of them pushing her despite the men saying otherwise). The women behaved like trash and but so did the men (esp considering there were 4 of them and neither of them is injured so ofc it wasn't self defense). And San E is a public figure so if he wants to highlight social issues and scandals, he should post the both sides of the story. Because sometimes thoughtless actions like that can bring only more harm.

/I still can't believe the women lied, same about the guys lying about not pushing them?? Like..it's 2018 there's bond to be a footage or smth

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2fat 27 days ago 0
27 days ago

Didn't your mother teach you that you can't hit people just because they say things you don't like? I don't care what kind of insults they hurled at the men. The men had no right to touch them.

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krell 28 days ago 13
28 days ago

SAN E should just refrain from these kinds of 'social values' type message postings.

The opportunity for 'misunderstanding' followed by TROLL 'targeting' of it ; is NOT worth it.

https://www.allkpop.com/article/2018/05/photo-studio-looking-to-lawsuit-suzy

What happened to SUZY with her PETITION (Lawsuit ?) should give ALL K-Celebrities a clue on it ... ;)

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2fat 28 days ago 10
28 days ago

I agree because clearly he posted the video to make some kind of statement about an incident unrelated to him.

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krell 28 days ago 0
28 days ago

Yes, SAN E can do as he chooses, of course. But WHY involve YOUR personal K-pop Fans in it?

The expression "More Trouble than It is Worth It" comes to mind for me.

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Donna_Dash 28 days ago 3
28 days ago

Exactly! He wasn't there, didn't see what happened and this clip doesn't really prove who started the fight. This was just messy on his part, whatever happened wasn't his business to begin with so why get involved?

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Rock30815 27 days ago 4
27 days ago

What do you guys think you're doing by posting comments in an article that has nothing to do with you? Are you saying that celebrities have no right to do this? By what law, statute, or moral authority do you and Donna_Dash think you have the temerity to judge San E? lol, seriously.

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Menece 28 days ago 0
28 days ago

San E is the type of Idol that always want to be the cool rapper who is always right.

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krell 28 days ago 0
28 days ago

https://www.allkpop.com/article/2018/08/sulli-gets-attacked-by-japanese-for-official-comfort-women-day

SULLI gets attacked by Japanese netizens for sharing a post on Korea's official (S.K) 'Comfort Women' Day
Go Figure! ... ;)

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2fat 27 days ago 0
27 days ago

So San E. has now put out a new rap about feminism. I can't wait to see the translations. Who wants to take a bet that he's some men's rights piece of shit asshole? I'm sure that'll be a real career boost but not so great for his sex life.

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_Jarhon 27 days ago 0
27 days ago

Talk about fucking FAKE NEWS.


So what happened in Korea was that these deceitful cunts played massive victims online claiming to be victims of assault and whatnot, rapidly gaining a petition of 300 000 people demanding punishment for the men.


Then the CCTV was released and holy shit did the tune change fast.


They didn't expect it to go so viral, when it did, people actually investigated and the CCTV revealed that it was actually the women who initially attacked a couple before attacking these groups of men. They instigated the whole thing. So this thing is 100% the fault of these women.


This brought up a sensitive issue in Korea, where there is no normal feminism there. There's only Megalia and Womad, which are almost militant feminazi extremist groups and go around hating men and attacking them either directly or with misinformation.


This was yet another incident where these piece of shit feminazi cunts almost managed to destroy yet another man's life with their lies and now all of Korea is up in arms that they're sick and tired of these types of women, how this trash is an embarrassment to women and real victims of abuse and how these feminazis should be thrown in jail.


So the reality is completely different than this AKP cunt is writing.


San-E is getting massive support from the public because he's one of the celebrities who revealed the CCTV on his SNS proving these are pathetic feminazis and feminist hate groups like Megalia and Womad are attacking him online with private/hidden accounts.


Anybody can go to Naver and check for themselves.


Allkpop is yet once again proving the be completely out of the loop of what's actually happening in Korea, or perhaps the writer herself is a massive feminazi cunt who purposely spread lies.

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bangeryun94 27 days ago 0
27 days ago

Yeah it's only a "private matter" because he exposed the women who were looking for a payout.


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SpadQuad 27 days ago 1
27 days ago

San E always got something going on every year... this dude bruh

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2fat 27 days ago 0
27 days ago

Yeah that's what I said.

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2fat 28 days ago 5
28 days ago

He really must know at this point that to weigh in on an incident that has nothing to do with him is sticking his neck in a noose on purpose. He gets into trouble a lot for shit like that doesn't he? He must be pretty dumb.

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bangeryun94 27 days ago 2
27 days ago

No, he doesn't. He's being dragged by women, women who make a living doing this.

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2fat 27 days ago 1
27 days ago

I'm not going to support him if he's some fucking MRA. It's just that simple. You know I call them like I see them and if San E. is some kind of men's rights asshole he needs to get dragged.

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bangeryun94 27 days ago 0
27 days ago

I wouldn't support him either if there was a whiff of that. This is a real issue in Korea. Women make a living doing this because of the law. Nobody in this video is blameless but only one side was going to get money if there hadn't been a video. That's also why the mostly male law enforcement are slow to respond to a real victim. There's too many women doing this

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Rock30815 27 days ago 1
27 days ago

Must be pretty dumb, or believes in what he's doing. In a world where so many can get in trouble for having the "wrong opinion," I think it's considerably brave to speak up if you disagree and, in this case, have evidence to support your opinion.

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2fat 27 days ago 0
27 days ago

If he's a men's rights piece of shit then he needs to get dragged. Here's what a decent well raised man should do in the face of radical feminism. KEEP HIS FUCKING MOUTH SHUT. Men do not need advocates in this world. Not from women anyway, but from other men. There is NO society in the world that puts women's rights ahead of men's. Women and children are still the most used, abused and exploited in EVERY COUNTRY. So no. Men don't need to get involved with low class drunken shit that happens outside of their own sphere. And within the scope of your own activities behaving like every human being has value and dignity is how a REAL MAN conducts himself.

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