The overtly homosexual Okay-pop idol posts photographs of the scar on his face after he was attacked by a male stranger in Itaewon
MANILA, Philippines – South Korean singer Holland took to Twitter to say that he had been bodily and verbally attacked by a stranger in Seoul, who known as him “a unclean homosexual”.
The Okay-pop star mentioned in a tweet on Thursday, Might 5, that he was strolling round Itaewon the evening earlier than along with his supervisor and pal when a male stranger all of a sudden approached him and hit him on the face twice.
The identical man additionally known as him “a unclean homosexual”. Holland shared photographs of the “scar” on his face, and mentioned that he was going to the hospital quickly.
“That is clearly a hate crime. The truth that my sexuality as homosexual is public ought to by no means expose myself to this sort of violence. Nor every other LGBT+ and all elders, girls and minorities on this world. This occurring in 2022 exhibits the unhappy actuality of LGBT+ human rights,” Holland wrote.
He added that he had already reported the incident to the police and hoped “the case is effectively solved.”
“This could by no means occur to anyone on this world, irrespective of who you might be. I want our world is stuffed with extra love and hope moderately than hate and violence,” Holland mentioned in one other Tweet.
Holland, whose Korean title is Go Tae-seob, is thought to be the primary overtly homosexual Okay-pop idol within the South Korean music trade. He opened up about his sexuality in 2020. In March 2022, he revealed that he had a boyfriend.
He debuted as a solo artist in 2018 with the only “Neverland” and launched “I’m Not Afraid” in the identical 12 months. Each songs had been a part of his 2019 eponymous album. His final single was 2019’s “Beloved You Higher.” – Rappler.com