The f(x) member reacts to a man being harassed over a sandwich
Amber Liu, member of the K-Pop band f x , is in hot water on Twitter after she made some unsavory and racially insensitive comments. Liu was recently a guest on JustKiddingNews and she was asked to react to a video. The video in question showed a Black man, Steve Foster, who was attempting to ride the BART train in San Francisco, being harassed by the police for eating a sandwich on a train platform. Unfortunately, the man was detained and the police tried to arrest him, but rather than practicing empathy, Liu chose to go another route. A police officer is a police officer, you should still show some type of respect. Though another person on the show attempted to educate Liu on her commentary by explaining the complex relationship that Black people have with law enforcement in the United States, the damage was already done. Scores of fans and critics alike took to Twitter to accuse Liu of ignorance and racism for her commentary. Imagine how ignorant you have to be to believe that a man deserved to be harassed for simply eating on a subway platform??
She debuted as a member of the South Korean girl group f x in September In , she became the first f x member to make a solo debut with the release of her first extended play Beautiful and has since further released solo singles. Liu was born on September 18, , in Los Angeles , California. After a year and a half of training, she debuted as a member of the South Korean girl group f x in September She stated: "My dad was very cautious, at first I really thank her and she also convinced my dad".
Ten years ago, Amber Liu debuted as a member of the South Korean girl group f x. The Ambassador Hotel is notoriously known as the site of where serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer killed his second victim in I was so scared that I had my friend stand outside my stall keeping watch for me.