Earlier this year, it was reported that rapper Black Nut lost both the civil and criminal trial and was ordered to pay 25 million KRW (~$22,138) in compensation to KittiB.
Black Nut caused controversy back in 2017 with the lyrics that were interpreted as sexual insults towards KittiB in the song "Too Real." In response, KittiB filed a legal complaint against the rapper for violating the Special Act on Sexual Violence that following year.
Recently, KittiB revealed the reason she had continued the legal battle against Black Nut. She began by saying, "There were those who said, 'why would a rapper take legal action just because of a diss?' when I first filed the legal complaint. I did not understand why people would look at it that way when I was sexually harassed."
She further explained, "There are people who mock me for having been sexually assaulted several times and think light of sexual harassment. I continued to take legal action to give these types of people a sense of how serious the sex crimes I suffered." She added, "I think my image would not have deteriorated if I just kept smiling and let things go even though I was sexually harassed. I also blamed myself and regretted it a lot thinking that if I wasn't reacting too sensitively, the situation would not have become this bad."
According to KittiB, Black Nut did not apologize even after the final ruling. The female rapper stated, "I heard that he posted on his Instagram after the final ruling saying that 'I don't have money.' Now that the trial is over, I don't want to become involved with him anymore. I wish all the keywords related to him disappears."
Meanwhile, Black Nut caused controversy back in 2017 with the lyrics that were interpreted as sexual insults towards KittiB in the song "Too Real." In response, KittiB filed a legal complaint against the rapper for violating the Special Act on Sexual Violence that following year.
In the first trial in 2019, Black Nut was sentenced to six months in prison with two years of probation and 160 hours of community service. However, the rapper appealed to the sentencing but received the same sentencing in the second trial. The Supreme Court also finalized the sentencing by ruling in the same way.