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Rapper Pressures Girls To Show Their T*tties At Spilt Milk

At Spilt Milk Fest by Triple J in Canberra, US rapper YG made a total fool of himself and we ain't having it.

Punters claimed that he was pressuring girls to get their chest out or he would refuse to continue the set. 

The rapper chanted "show us your titties" relentlessly throughout his set.

Spilt Milk's official Facebook page was overwhelmed with pissed off comments, and rightly so.

YG STOPS SET AT TRIPLE J SPILT MILK TO CHANT 'SHOW US YOUR TITTIES' AT YOUNG GIRLS

"Just a quick message to say that YG was the literal scum of the festival. Can't believe that you are continuing to promote that piece of garbage."


"The worst excuse for a performance, and a downright catastrophic excuse for a human."

Spilt Milk responded to the incident, posting a public statement in Facebook comments.

"The comments made by YG were not ok. When this behaviour goes unchallenged, we are part of the problem, not the solution," it reads. 

"We thank the courageous people who have voiced their feelings, so this disrespectful and predatory behaviour is exposed for what it is."

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"We apologise that our stage was used in this manner and for not becoming aware sooner. YG's comments in no way reflect the values of Spilt Milk and contradict our goals of a safe and inclusive space for all attendees. We can not, and will never, control an artist’s performance, but we will continue to focus our bookings on forward thinking artists that share our values."

"To anyone who takes part in this discussion, please consider that many people experience this and other types of predatory behaviour daily."

"Take the time to listen, learn and be part of the change. If you do not take part respectfully your comments will be deleted."

This is not the first time YG has made headlines in Australia for this type of behaviour.

When YG was last in the country in 2017, the Sydney Morning Herald reported video had surfaced of the rapper asking female fans to take their tops off during his set at an All-Ages show in Brisbane.

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