Rapper Noel, the son of Rep. Jang Je-won's People's Power, was once again embroiled in controversy with absurd lyrics that mentioned the 'Chun Doo-hwan era'.
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This is a self-composed song titled 'Gangganggang?' released on the 13th by rapper Noel.
Let's listen for a moment first.
[If it was the Chun Doo-hwan era, I would go to the basement if you touched me.]
It is said that it is a song in response to other rappers who pointed out his drunk driving record.
However, criticism continues that the lyrics show off the power of his father, who is considered a powerful figure in the ruling party, and mock the people as well as the victims of the military dictatorship during the Fifth Republic.
Not long ago, Noel wrote 'one day, two days, three days, three days' in his new song's lyrics, causing controversy over his literacy.
Noel, the son of Congressman Jang Je-won, the power of the people, was previously sentenced to one year in prison for causing a drunken traffic accident in 2021, refusing to take a breathalyzer test, and assaulting a police officer.
Netizens responded critically, saying, "Even if it's a hip-hop lyrics that allows artistic expression, it's gone too far" and "It's a phrase that double kills the victims of the military era and the people who are now awake."
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