San E Reignites “Feminist” Controversy At Brand New Music Concert

Recently, San E has been swept up in a controversy from his last track, “Feminist.” Through his track, “Feminist,” San E claimed he was definitely a feminist and that the song had nothing to do hating women. However, San E’s usage of phrases such as “snake” and “corset-free” made many believe that he was the opposite of a feminist. The controversy spread as rapper Jerry.K and actor Son Soo Hyun refuted “Feminist.”

When the controversy did not die down, San E posted an explanation on “Feminist.” He stated, “I am not the narrator in the song. The song is criticizing people who appear to be feminists on the outside by talking about gender equality, but are hypocritical and act contradictory to their words on the inside.” On the reason for his late explanation, San E revealed, “After I saw a long-time friend and fan having written, ‘I regret the time I spent as a fan. I feel betrayed,’ I stopped caring about how I looked to the public.”

On December 2, San E performed at the “Brand New Year 2018” concert. When San E came on stage near the end of the concert, the audience started to boo. San E asked the crowd, “Everyone, do you all hate me?” and the audience replied, “Yes,” very loudly. A pig doll with words criticizing San E was also thrown onto the stage.

San E then went on to say, “All the Womad and Megal who came, there’s something I’ve been meaning to say. I don’t give a f***. Womad is poison. Feminist no. You all are mentally sick. Jerry.K, you’re Womad’s dickboy. 6.9 cm that’s your dick though b****es.” (Womad and Megal, short for Megalia, refer to controversial, radical feminist online communities in South Korea.)

Then he said, “I don’t think there’s a need for me to respect you if you’re not going to respect me.” Later he continued, “Everyone paid to be here, but you don’t enter a restaurant to cause a riot. I wish you all can create a fan culture where you don’t abuse your power. I don’t care how much you all attack me. I support sane women. Womad and Megal are evils of society.”

However, due to San E’s outburst, the concert was halted and the concert mood became cold. Brand New Music’s CEO Rhymer came out and apologized in San E’s stead. Rhymer said, “I’d like to take the time to apologize if there were people who felt upset during the concert.” He emphasized, “All Brand New Music artists think different. Everyone can have their own thoughts, beliefs, and conscience. We will continue to protect their thoughts. Our music and thoughts may be different, but we are one.”

Now the public is curious as to what new lyrics San E will produce in his new song, “Oong Ang Oong,” (literally means “Whining”) which he posted is coming soon. His post also shows clips from the concert and can be viewed below:

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