K-pop idols call to #StopAsianHate as hate crimes surge in US


Members of the South Korean group GOT7 have taken to social media to urge people to stop the violence. Photo: Handout

Several K-pop and Asian American stars have condemned the wave of hate crimes against Asians currently sweeping the United States amid the Covid-19 pandemic.

Members of the South Korean group GOT7 have taken to Twitter on March 19 to urge people to stop the violence under the “#StopAsianHate” banner.

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