CHINA BANS HIP-HOP ACTORS WITH TATTOOS

The hip-hop culture has become more mainstream in China since the massively popular show “Rap of China,” yet the country has now taken action to stop certain thing shown to the viewers such as tattoos or the use of vulgar language. PG One was recently forced to make a public apology for lewd lyrics in his song “Christmas Eve,” while GAI was dropped from the television program “The Singer” with no reason given, Reuters reports. This comes after,“Rap of China” was viewed more than 2.5 billion times 2017 on China’s largest video streaming website, IQiyi, According to the BBC.

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