Ok, so I probably should have watched the video before making comments, but I still stand by what I said. I asked a couple of my friends what they thought of the whole thing and they said – this is Malaysia what do you expect. There are probably millions of web entries which insight more or worse race hatred in this country than the gangsta star wannabe. Looks like everyone has a lot to say on the matter, in fact many are quite passionate. I’m glad the Negarakuku rapper stood up for something he believed in and in quite a creative and public manner, instead of shamefully exploiting internet forums with ignorant racist comments and messages, hiding behind log-in pseudonyms and personal computers. I’m sure the boy was not so stupid as to think that uploading his video onto YouTube would not be ‘seen’. He totally knew.

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