A domestic internet broadcaster BJ illegally photographed women’s bodies in Brazil and made a demeaning statement to a certain area. Photo = SBS ‘8 News’ capture
[아시아경제 김소영 인턴기자] It is reported that a private internet broadcaster BJ illegally filmed women’s bodies in Brazil and made derogatory remarks in the region and received great protest from Brazilian residents. In fact, there is a controversy over whether it is a’country disgrace’.
According to SBS ‘8 News’, BJ, who recently visited Brazil, conducted live broadcasts several times in search of local famous tourist destinations. In the process, during the corona 19 phase, they danced with a mask on their chin, while illegally reflecting the back of a passing woman on the camera for a long time.
He is known to have said during the broadcast, “I think that’s how I see people in Brazil. Wow, the real face is XX pretty.” The viewers of the channel also evaluated their appearance toward the people who appeared in the video, creating an atmosphere of ordering a’more stimulating broadcast’ from BJ.
Following illegal filming, this BJ continued to speak of demeanor by referring to a specific area. Photo = SBS ‘8 News’ capture
As the wave of the BJ broadcast has risen and protests from local residents continue, Koreans who watched the broadcast continue to harshly swear words. The Korean Consulate General in Sao Paulo, Brazil expressed deep regret. Photo = SBS ‘8 News’ capture
In particular, this BJ has been controversial for his comments degrading the Brazilian slums. The video quickly spread among local residents and Brazilians living in Korea, and it spread as a hashtag campaign for’#respeitaobrasil’.
However, it is known that BJ’s fans are sending severe insults and threatening messages to those who raised the issue.
When controversy arose, the Korean Consulate General in Sao Paulo, Brazil, issued an open statement and expressed deep regret. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs requested BJ to delete the video and return quickly, so it is reported that the BJ has returned to Korea and is in self-isolation. Currently, most of the controversial videos have been deleted.
Prior to his departure, he was known to have posted articles such as “I want to have fun even if I go and die” and “If only the broadcast goes well once, I will go and run wild.”
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