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Wu-Tang Clan fan hit with £500 fine for rapping N-word in ‘Protect Ya Neck’

A Scottish man has been fined £500 for rapping along to the N-word in Wu-Tang Clan’s 1992 hit ‘Protect Ya Neck’.

According to The National’s information

According to Scottish outlet The National, 25-year-old Kyle Siegel, who is white, was ordered to pay the fine – as well as an additional £20 “victim surcharge” – last week after a hearing in Lerwick Sheriff Court, during which he took full responsibility for the offense.
It’s reported that Siegel, admitted he’d been acting in “a disorderly manner” when the incident occurred around 1 am on Sunday, February 20. Siegel was attending a birthday party at the Scalloway Boating Club and supposedly wound up inside a cubicle in the female restroom, where his lawyer, Tommy Allan, says Siegel was “singing along to a TikTok on a friend’s phone”.

Unbeknownst to Siegel, a woman of mixed race was in the cubicle next to him. After witnessing the incident, she reportedly engaged in an argument with Siegel before reporting him to the police.

Appearing in court, Siegel appeared apologetic and conceded that he had “crossed the line”, but denied having any ill intentions with his explicit singalong. His attorney said that while issues such as “artistic freedom” arose from the case, he noted Siegel was not a “person of color”.

The song Protect makes a big impact

‘Protect Ya Neck’ is a song by Wu-Tang Clan, released in May 1993. It was the first song they recorded as a group, and although it failed to chart upon release, it remains one of their most iconic recordings. In the original version of the song, the N-word is rapped seven times. The song is considered one of the most influential hip-hop songs of all time and has been covered by numerous artists. Wu-Tang Clan is an American hip-hop group from Staten Island, New York City, composed of nine members: RZA, GZA, Ol’ Dirty Bastard, Method Man, Raekwon, Ghostface Killah, Inspectah Deck, U-God, and Masta Killa. They are widely considered to be one of the most influential groups in hip-hop history.

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