K-pop group Purple Kiss’ label issued an apology after group member Goeun (right) was spotted wearing what looked like Nazi insignia in a recent image, which was edited to remove the offending symbols and re-released. Photo: RBW
K-pop group Purple Kiss’ label issued an apology after group member Goeun (right) was spotted wearing what looked like Nazi insignia in a recent image, which was edited to remove the offending symbols and re-released. Photo: RBW
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K-pop group Purple Kiss’ label says sorry for Nazi symbol one member wore in a promotional photo

  • Purple Kiss, who debuted last year, are the latest K-pop group to use insensitive or inappropriate imagery that prompted an apology
  • Fans alerted group member Goeun, who was wearing a patch that looked similar to the Nazi eagle, swastika and all, and their label took responsibility

K-pop group Purple Kiss’ label issued an apology after group member Goeun (right) was spotted wearing what looked like Nazi insignia in a recent image, which was edited to remove the offending symbols and re-released. Photo: RBW
K-pop group Purple Kiss’ label issued an apology after group member Goeun (right) was spotted wearing what looked like Nazi insignia in a recent image, which was edited to remove the offending symbols and re-released. Photo: RBW
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