White Rapper Casper Walsh Admits To Intimidating Black Woman Who Condemned Racism

Published: Friday 10th Jul 2020 by David

Calls have been made to blacklist the rapper Casper Walsh after he admitted to engaging in behaviour which saw him humiliate and harass a black musician who condemned racism in Ireland.

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‘Leoness‘ vocalist Erica Cody was one of many musicians who condemned Walsh’s supposed use and abuse of black culture and people for personal gain. Part of that abuse, much to the horror of many, saw Walsh sport blackface.

This week, Ms. Cody took to Instagram to reveal that the Versatile rapper made an attempt to intimidate her for speaking out against his behaviour by blocking her as she tried to leave a public area.

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 I look up and he’s sitting there blocking me out of my car parking spot.

 

Walsh issued an apology after several players in Ireland’s Pop music scene condemned his efforts to silence, bully and harass a black woman.

He shared…

Clearly it wasn’t funny. I’m sorry if you felt intimidated or threatened by my behaviour.

There was really no malicious intent, I didn’t try to block your car in. I wasn’t trying to intimidate you.

After the past few months that we’ve had.. That was the first time that I’d seen you in person.

And I just got excited and decided to do something stupid and say, ‘what’s up’. I’m sorry. I’m sorry for making you feel that way.

 

Alas, the apology did little to change the opinions of the fans and taste makers who have pulled support for his controversial act.

 

Third opponent comes a surprise it’s your grandmother
Grab her by the hair throw her head through the banisters
In walks your ma it’s about to be a massacre.

 

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  1. Paulo July 10, 2020

    hmm. I’m all for exposing bigots but I’m annoyed that this article boosts the name of a nobody who I wouldn’t have known otherwise, singling out his name, yet using the picture of his victim without giving her full name on the headline. it’s counterproductive.

  2. Fancy BISH July 10, 2020

    She looks like a dude.

  3. Justmeeeee July 10, 2020

    This racist b****** WANTS attention
    Never trust artist who appropriate black culture.
    As a matter of fact ALL of the Caucasian artists that i do support are non- hop artists and have a natural appeal and an organic esthetic.

    When I see White boys trying to look and act Black,its5an instant NO for me.
    Underneath the false that false black veneer is a white racist.
    I’ve encountered these types.

    He will remain a nobody to me.

    • Fancy BISH July 10, 2020

      @Justmeeeee what is looking and acting Black then?

      • Misty Knight July 11, 2020

        Thank you! Exactly was is “acting black” or “looking black” when one doesn’t have black skin?

        Justmeee: Rhyming is not cultural. It has been around since, um, POETRY! Stop trying to claim something for yourself.

  4. Justmeeeee July 10, 2020

    This racist b****** WANTS attention
    Never trust artist who appropriate black culture.
    As a matter of fact of the Caucasian artists that i do support are non- hop artists and have a natural appeal and an organic esthetic.

    When I see White boys trying to look and act Black,its5an instant NO for me.
    Underneath the false that false black veneer is a white racist.
    I’ve encountered these types.

    He will remain a nobody to me.

  5. Kevon July 10, 2020

    Why is had to be about race?… they have wrong in there own ways … buy y its has to become a race thing

    • Fancy BISH July 10, 2020

      Black people, do I need to say more…

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