Mo Twister lays the smackdown on immature K-POP fans!
HOLY! I never thought the issue would be so big that Mo would actually be making a record breaking blog*** about it!
It all started with a little tweet:
I quote a few statements of DJ Mo Twister from his recent blog regarding this dumb “controversy”:
Since I posted these comments, I have received thousands of demands for a public apology and equally large amounts of death threats.
Yeah, right. Like what the fuck are you 12 year olds going to do?
Listen kids, what I wrote was my opinion meant to critique their fashion sense. I felt it’s in the same line as how critics dissect the Best and Worst Dressed at awards night. Look at their photo and be realistic, I am not off on my assessment–those dudes dress and look like chicks. If you find that offensive, why? Actually, your visceral reaction to my comment may even be interpreted as homophobic. So many people have messaged me saying that Korea doesn’t have an established gay culture so saying a male looks like a female is unbelievably offensive. My reply: “I don’t give a fuck”. That is your problem. If you think being called feminine is an insult, you have other issues you need to deal with.
This is not directly related to what has happened but let me be clear about my stance on homosexuality since it may be an issue here in case some of you don’t understand my point. I would support any movement to legalize gay marriage and to give EVERYONE the same legal rights, as sexual orientation should not have any bearing with rights you have as a citizen of any nation. I have countless gay friends and relatives, I likely work with more homosexuals than I do with heterosexuals, my problem with some of you UKISS fans is that you take my comment and throw it back at me saying that “calling them homosexual look-a-likes” is the worst possible insult anyone can give them. That’s where you are wrong and perhaps even more politically incorrect than I am.
Immature little pricks if I may say so myself🙂
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