China gathers young rappers to send a message to South Korea about their opposition on THAAD
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China gathers young rappers to send a message to South Korea about their opposition on THAAD

China is expressing their strong opposition on THAAD, this time, with a group of young rappers.

Rappers sanctioned by the Chinese government recently released a music video regarding the issue on the deployment of THAAD or Terminal High Altitude Area Defense.

CD REV, one of the rappers of the group, revealed that they received help from government officials to complete and promote the video on foreign websites.

In the MV, the Chinese rappers speak up on behalf of their nation, and tell South Korea that ”Your big brother is annoyed”, ”You’re going too far”. The group also chants, ”We say no, no, no”, to emphasize China’s displeasure on South Korea’s actions.

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The MV is not the only way China has non-diplomatically expressed their opposition on THAAD. China has also been ”banning” Korean entertainment and boycotting Lotte, which provided the land for THAAD deployment.

The tension between the two nations is expected to continuously have an effect, not only on politics but also on entertainment and business.

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