RTHK, under management review after a number of controversies earlier this year, was handed a warning on Tuesday for airing a rap song that contained profanities. Photo: SCMP RTHK, under management review after a number of controversies earlier this year, was handed a warning on Tuesday for airing a rap song that contained profanities. Photo: SCMP
RTHK, under management review after a number of controversies earlier this year, was handed a warning on Tuesday for airing a rap song that contained profanities. Photo: SCMP

Embattled Hong Kong public broadcaster RTHK falls afoul of foul-language rules after airing rap song ‘Jackie Chan’

  • Radio 3 DJ Simon Willson apologised on air for playing the song, which features verses by Canadian rapper Preme and American Post Malone
  • The broadcaster, which also faced a complaint for allowing a liquor ad to air during family viewing hours, is under management review after a series of controversies

Topic |   Music
RTHK, under management review after a number of controversies earlier this year, was handed a warning on Tuesday for airing a rap song that contained profanities. Photo: SCMP RTHK, under management review after a number of controversies earlier this year, was handed a warning on Tuesday for airing a rap song that contained profanities. Photo: SCMP
RTHK, under management review after a number of controversies earlier this year, was handed a warning on Tuesday for airing a rap song that contained profanities. Photo: SCMP
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