Rookie rapper unleashes diss on Park Bom

August 4, 2014
Kemmy, left, in A.KOR

Kemmy, left, in A.KOR

2NE1's Park Bom

2NE1′s Park Bom

Female rapper Kemmy has yet to release her first album, but she already knows how to get people’s attention.

With her pop music debut, Kemmy viciously lashed out at Park Bom, singer from the popular girl group 2NE1, who recently came under suspicions that she smuggled and consumed Amphetamines, which are banned substances in Korea.

Kemmy, also member of the new girl group A.KOR, took to YouTube to post her song, “Do The Right Thing,” where she relentlessly attacks Park Bom for nearly two minutes.

“A ballooned face that no fill-in can ever suffice … Toxic, someone call the doctor,” Kemmy raps.

“Korea’s first drug-smuggling ‘idol,’ how great is that title. How are you not guilty? Since when were prosecutors nice people? Luckily, she has fans and a powerful boss to cover for her.”

YG Entertainment, Park Bom’s management agency, did not officially comment on the song.

The vernacular daily Segye Ilbo last month reported that customs authorities caught Park Bom trying to import 82 pills of amphetamine through international shipping in 2010. The newspaper questioned why prosecutors let her off the hook by suspending her indictment.

In response to the article, prosecutors said Park Bom had been legally prescribed amphetamines as anti-depressants when she lived in the U.S.

The singer, who obtained the pills through her old medical records with the help of a relative living in the U.S., did not know at the time that the drugs were banned in Korea, prosecutors claim.

Korea prohibits amphetamines over fears that they could be converted into methamphetamine ― the smuggling and consumption of the drugs is punishable by five-plus years in prison.

Pursuing drug smuggling charges against Park would have been the wrong decision as her medical history makes it hard to justify heavy punishment, prosecutors say.