The ‘racist’ posts that were allegedly written by the ‘Big Energy’ raptress resurfaced before BTS member Jungkook released their collaborative single, ‘Seven’.
AceShowbiz -Latto (Mulatto) has landed in hot water over her past tweets. Many people slammed the “Big Energy” raptress after one user unleashed screenshots of her old posts that showcased derogatory and stereotypical comments aimed at Asian people.
The alleged racist posts, which didn’t appear on the femcee’s page, showed that they were written between 2015 and 2016. One of the tweets read, “You be cooking cats and dogs?” followed by what appears to be Chinese gibberish, an emoji of a Chinese man and a bowl of soup.
Another, meanwhile, displayed Latto replying to an Asian fan, “Are you asking me if I care ling ling?” When someone tweeted, “I corrected my self fat f**k,” she replied, “Just cause I don’t eat cats and dogs like you doesn’t make me fat.”
The user who shared the screenshots wrote, “Latto hates Asian people and has never hidden it, she hates Asian people and I’m sad that she is to be featured by a very respected Asian artist.” The individual added, “Army, choose your fighter wisely.”
This arrived before Jungkook unleashed his debut solo single, “Seven”, which featured Latto. The BTS (Bangtan Boys) member unleashed the tune on Friday, July 14 alongside its official music video starring South Korean actress Han So-hee.
The clip itself kicks off with a scene where Jungkook and his on-screen girlfriend are seated at a table in a restaurant. So-hee gets angry at him, but the singer loves her so much that he tries to make her understand his love for her.
“Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday/ Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, seven days a week,” Jungkook sings in the chorus. “Every hour, every minute, every second/ You know night after night/ I’ll be lovin’ you right seven days a week.”
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