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Posted by GD_Amber 4,599 pts 21 days ago

G-Dragon Opens Up About The Asian Hate Crimes

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With the rise in Asian Hate Crimes worldwide, many Asian and AAPI communities are banding together to raise their voice against racism and these hate crimes. 

Many K-Pop artists have also joined in and shared their message in hopes of dissipating hate directed at Asians. On Dazed Interview, G-Dragon talked about it.

"There's also a message about Asian hate these days also have a lot of thoughts I was born and raised from Korea. None of my west friends had anything like this. I don't know why it turned out this way but I feel too bad. It's a pity that you hate someone"

G-Dragon isn't new to social issues, as he talked about them, wrote about them and tried to help people for years. So no surprise seeing him talking about it.

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jana-la
jana-la111 pts 21 days ago 7
21 days ago

if we want racism to be over we have to practice it in our own community, and we all know the treatment east asians reserve to dark skinned people in general (even to south asians), we can see it in dramas that mock dark skin characters or even idols despising people skin color...they say it's a local "preference" but it is something that need to be discussed and changed

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cici99
cici991,552 pts 21 days ago 1
21 days ago

G-dragon talks about social issues:gets hate for talking about it

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g-dragon doesn't talk about social issues:gets hate for being silent.

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yall sick really. He was asked a question and answered it sincerely.

"It's a pity that you hate someone" he really said that about you.

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