Chinese arrested for making Malawi children sing “I’m Black”

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A Chinese man known to have made children sing the song “I’m Black” in Malawi, Africa, has been arrested, the BBC reported on the 21st (local time).

According to the BBC, Pasquali Zulu, a spokeswoman for Malawi’s Immigration and Naturalization Service, confirmed that a young Chinese man named ‘Lu Kerr’ was arrested in Zambia’s Qipata.

The BBC reported that in a video made by Lu Kerr, who lived in Malawi, local children said in Chinese, “I am a black monster. I have low intelligence.”

Rooker claimed that the video was made not to humiliate Africans, but to spread Chinese culture to African communities.

Malawi police have wanted Rooker on charges of racism and child abuse after starting an investigation into the footage last week, and are in talks with Zambia to extradite the arrested Rooker.

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