Boston K-pop dancers claim man harassed them over ‘communism,’ face masks

Boston K-pop dancers claim man harassed them over ‘communism,’ face masks


A group of Asian women claims a stranger in Boston ranted about “communism” and attacked them for wearing face masks while they were filming a K-pop dance routine in public, according to videos posted on TikTok.

The women, who belong to a local K-pop dance group called Hush Crew, say they were filming a dance routine in Boston’s busy Downtown Crossing shopping area Sunday when the man approached them and allegedly started berating them.      

One of the women, who goes by the name @celenana_na on TikTok, posted a clip of the man standing in front of them with the caption: “POV: You get attacked for being Asian while doing K-pop in public.”

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