From BU News Service:
“Stop cultural violence!” shouted Wilson Lee, an older Chinese-American man. His shouts were echoed by more than 50 people in protest outside the House of Blues near Fenway Park on Wednesday evening.
It was the fourth Chinese-American protest against an African-American rapper, YG, whose song “Meet the Flockers” details how burglars broke into a Chinese family’s home. Previous protests took place in Washington, D.C., New York City and Philadelphia. Protesters urged YG to apologize and for sites like YouTube to ban the song.
“We are very angry about the lyrics. It says you can rob Chinese families because they don’t believe in bank accounts, and you don’t need to be ashamed of it,” said Esther Lee, president of Chinese-American Citizens Alliance and wife of Wilson Lee.
Chinese-Americans and African-Americans are both minorities, her husband said, so they should respect each other.