Rigit Gunz “I will apologize and compensate the victim for illegally filming a boatman”

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The hip-hop crew Rigid Gunz, to which the rapper Boatman belongs, who recently became a member of the controversy over illegal filming and sharing of women, made a public apology and promised compensation for the damage. voyeur social media

The hip-hop crew Rigid Gunz, to which the rapper Boatman belongs, who recently became a member of the controversy over illegal filming and sharing of women, made a public apology and promised compensation for the damage.

On the 17th, Rigit Gunz announced on the official SNS, “We deeply sympathize with the position of the victim, and we will do our best to compensate the victim with a sincere apology.”

At the same time, Rigit Gunz, who promised a sincere police investigation of the boatman, said, “I would like to thank the victim for giving me a detailed explanation about the group chat room, and thank you for stepping out to rectify the situation.” Rigid Gunz, who expressed concern that “it may cause greater secondary damage and is different from our position,” about the speculative rumors that have been mass-produced indiscriminately about the victims after the controversy I will do my best,” he apologized to the victim once again.

Meanwhile, the controversy over illegal filming and dissemination of women by boatmen arose earlier on the 10th when the wife of rapper Dunmills A posted an exposing article through SNS. At the time, Mr. A sniped a rapper and said, “You only talk about dating girls through DMs? You don’t talk about the things you shared with people after taking hidden cameras? I wish I could. It makes me want to report it to the police more and more.”

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At the same time, Mr. A emphasized that he had all the victim’s damage as evidence, and said, “What’s the difference with Jung Joon-young? The younger brother was so difficult that he even tried to extreme.”

After the controversy escalated, Mr. A said, “The victim does not want to report it now. They say they are afraid that their identity will be revealed for fear that more (illegal) photos will be shared. It is said that he wanted to post (exposure) on the Internet because he wanted the offender to live with a sense of regret. At the same time, he added that the rapper who was the target of the disclosure contacted the victim and apologized, and he was thinking about what to do next.

Even after the revelation of Mr. A was concluded, netizens continued to speculate about the identity of the rapper, and the boatman was pointed out as a strong suspect. On the 13th, three days after the revelation, the boatman admitted his charges by posting a short article on his SNS saying, “I’m sorry for causing a stir. I will apologize and reflect on what I did wrong.” At the same time, it is known that the boatman went directly to the police station and was investigated.

However, on the 16th, DJ DOC Lee Ha-neul, the founder and representative artist of the boatman’s agency Super Jam Records, said through his SNS live broadcast on the 16th, “I don’t know why I have to bring the incident that ended a year ago with the boatman’s apology to the surface again. Already 4 ~5 times I sincerely apologized, and the boatman said that he would carry everything with him, so let’s not hurt the people around him. Dunmills was also there and the agreement between the two sides was reached, but I really don’t understand. We also have a lot of cards (to fight back), but I will not bring it out,” and the controversy escalated again.

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However, amid the growing controversy, the Rigit Gunz side once again drew attention by stating a position that was contrary to Lee Ha-neul’s remarks and making an apology.

Hyemin Hong reporter




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