Chinese Rapper Banned for Songs Promoting Drugs and Sexism
Thu Jan 18 12:56:00 CST 2018 Published by:Editor

Recently, a number of Internet users reported the song Christmas Eve to the Central Committee of the Communist Young League (the “Committee”), asserting that the song’s lyrics incite young people to use drugs and mistreat women. The Committee then posted a message stating that public figures should set good examples for the public on the Internet and should provide appropriate guidance to the young. The rapper for this song, PGone, is currently the subject of gossips of an extramarital affair. His music has all been removed from various music platforms inChina. Performances, advertisements and online videos featuring this rapper have also been curtailed or cancelled.

(Source: Sohu News)

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