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The Greens are defending their controversial rapper candidate over another video posted online, rejetant les suggestions de la chanson encourage la violence contre les femmes et en disant les paroles en question est en fait l'usage de drogues.

Angus McAlpine Verts

Points clés:

  • Une ligne dans une chanson récemment publié par le label de M. McAlpine semble dire “étouffer une chienne”
  • Les Verts disent les paroles est “étouffer salope”, et est sur le tabagisme médicaments
  • M. McAlpine a présenté ses excuses hier pour “répréhensible” paroles de début de sa carrière

Dans la chanson, publié par sa maison de disques plus tôt cette année, Angus McAlpine - exécution sous le nom Angus Younga - semble rap “il est rien” pour lui “étouffer une chienne”.

Verts chef Samantha Ratnam est debout par M. McAlpine, qui est le candidat pour Footscray, et le parti a déclaré que le lyrique était en fait “étouffer salope”, et est une référence à fumer de la drogue, pas la violence faite aux femmes.

Le parti dit que la vidéo a été filmée en 2015.

plusieurs messages sur la page Facebook de la maison de disques Productions Grhyme, de Mars de cette année, la promotion comme “le nouveau single” d'un “prochaine version” which would be available in late 2018.

Mr McAlpine caused the party embarrassment yesterday when it was revealed that he rapped about condoning date rape, drug use and domestic violence years ago.

The lyrics included lines such as: “Got no class when trying to get some ass, put a rowie [Rohypnol] in your glass and wait for a few minutes to pass” et “Date rape drugs in her drink, then have my way”.

He told reporters that it was a bad attempt at crude humour, called the lyrics “répréhensible”, and said they were written when he was an “incroyablement stupide et débile” un jeune homme.

Depuis la rédaction de ces textes en 2010, quand il était le leader du groupe tenue hip hop brisé Aesthetiks, il a dit qu'il avait été un voyage de découverte qui lui avait appris au sujet “virilité toxiques”.

Mme Ratnam a dit qu'elle avait pas entendu la chanson, mais a soutenu que son candidat était en voyage de changement.

A process of change is a journey and there are steps on the way, it often doesn’t happen overnight,” Ms Ratnam said.

“Les Verts croient en la capacité de changer.”

Elle a dit que M. McAlpine avait fait quelques mauvaises décisions dans le passé et qu'il essayait de changer sa vie.

She said attempts to remove material from the internet were proving difficult.

Health Minister Jill Hennessy today said the Greens had mislead voters because Mr McAlpine had made further sexist remarks in a 2017 interview posted on YouTube.

The Greens have decided political expediency is more important than the principle of treating women with respect,” Ms Hennessy said.

Liberal MP Tim Smith yesterday said the lyrics highlighted the risks if the Greens were to hold the balance of power after next weekend’s election.

Questionable individuals like Mr McAlpine could be in a coalition government with Daniel Andrews,” he said.

The Greens have already lost Upper House candidate Joanna Nilson over posts she made on Facebook about shoplifting, and derogatory comments about a female Liberal staffer, while in New South Wales, Jenny Leong yesterday called on her colleague Jeremy Buckingham to step aside over sexual harassment allegations.

The Greens campaigned in Richmond today, a seat they are trying to win off Labor’s Planning Minister Richard Wynne, who holds the spot by just 1.9 per cent.

A poll in the Herald-Sun showed he had an election-winning lead, although political strategists from across the spectrum agree that seat polls can be fraught.

Source: https://www.abc.net.au/news/2018-11-14/more-video-of-rapping-greens-candidate-emerges/10496640

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