Tiger Jk Apologizes For Recently Criticized Judgement On Show Me The Money 6

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Tiger JK Apologizes For Recently Criticized Judgement On Show Me The Money 6
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Tiger JK Apologizes For Recently Criticized Judgement On Show Me The Money 6

Tiger JK released an official statement regarding the controversy surrounding his judgement on Mnets Show Me The Money 6.

On July 8, Tiger JK took to Instagram to acknowledge his shortcomings as a judge on rap survival audition Show Me The Money 6. Prior to the artists statement, he was criticized for letting rapper Digiri, his personal acquaintance, pass the audition despite his poor performance.

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A post shared by Tiger JK (@drunkentigerjk) on Jul 7, 2017 at 10:51pm PDT

Rapper Digiri Writes Apology For Controversy Surrounding Show Me The Money 6 Judgement
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Rapper Digiri Writes Apology For Controversy Surrounding Show Me The Money 6 Judgement

After Tiger JK apologized for the controversial ruling that had many viewers questioning the fairness of the show, rapper Digiri posted his own apology.

On July 8, he posted a handwritten letter on his personal social media account. However, his account is currently set to private so the photos of the letter are being circulated by hip hop fans on various communities online.

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The apology is apparently for both the controversial ruling as well as his decision to appear on public broadcast after coming under fire for evasion of mandatory military service earlier in his career.

[Spoilers] Tiger JK and Bizzy talk about 'Show Me The Money 6'
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[Spoilers] Tiger JK and Bizzy talk about 'Show Me The Money 6'

'Show Me The Money 6' producers Tiger JK and Bizzy sat down for an interview to talk about the program.

The two producers were asked if they would ever go on the show again, and Bizzy answered, "I'm not confident." Tiger JK responded, "I'm not going to do it. I've realized that the process isn't important to the general public. That's our problem. Because I've realized and felt that throughout the show, I decided I probably won't do it again. During the broadcast, I've been hurt a lot. As a person who has been in the entertainment business for a long time, I thought I knew how media operates, but I was wrong."

'Show Me The Money 6' Will Have Auditions Both In Korea & US To Get The Best Rappers
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'Show Me The Money 6' Will Have Auditions Both In Korea & US To Get The Best Rappers

"Show Me The Money" is a show about a competition among rappers. This program in Mnet started in 2012 and it has been already five seasons so far. For the sixth season, the show will have an audition in Korea and US to get the best rappers among applicants.

"Show Me The Money" has graduated many good rappers so far. This show is a proof of the rising popularity of hip hop in South Korea. For the new season of the show, there have been many applicants who want to take part in the show. There are about 12,000 applicants and the numbers are still growing, Soompireported.

Show Me The Money Contestant Jung Sangsoo Investigated For Drunk and Disorderly Conduct
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Show Me The Money Contestant Jung Sangsoo Investigated For Drunk and Disorderly Conduct

Jung Sangsoo’s is currently a participant in Show Me the Money 6 and was recently investigated by police for disorderly conduct.

Show Me the Money contestant Jung Sangsoo was reported to have been involved in an argument at a bar with another patron and is currently practicing self-restraint and self-reflection following police investigations.

According to the police, Jung Sangsoo voluntarily went to the police station and agreed to be investigated regarding this case.