Han Jisung of K-pop boy band Stray Kids has apologised for a song he wrote as a teenager that contained racist and insensitive lyrics. Photo: JYP Entertainment Han Jisung of K-pop boy band Stray Kids has apologised for a song he wrote as a teenager that contained racist and insensitive lyrics. Photo: JYP Entertainment
Han Jisung of K-pop boy band Stray Kids has apologised for a song he wrote as a teenager that contained racist and insensitive lyrics. Photo: JYP Entertainment

Stray Kids member Han Jisung apologises for racist and insulting lyrics he wrote before joining the K-pop boy band

  • Clips of a song Han wrote circulating on the internet have lyrics that contain slurs and insensitive language, including the Korean equivalent of the ‘N’ word
  • Han was only 13 years old when he wrote the lyrics and was trying to make it as a rapper during his ‘irresponsible, younger days’

Topic |   K-pop, Mandopop and other Asian pop
Han Jisung of K-pop boy band Stray Kids has apologised for a song he wrote as a teenager that contained racist and insensitive lyrics. Photo: JYP Entertainment Han Jisung of K-pop boy band Stray Kids has apologised for a song he wrote as a teenager that contained racist and insensitive lyrics. Photo: JYP Entertainment
Han Jisung of K-pop boy band Stray Kids has apologised for a song he wrote as a teenager that contained racist and insensitive lyrics. Photo: JYP Entertainment
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