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Black Eyed Peas Not Boycotting China

April 30, 2008 (6:56 am) GMT
Despite many artists nowadays have shouted out their protests and also plan to boycott the country, the R 'n' B group refuse to do the same thing.
Black Eyed Peas

Although recently there have been many protests and boycotts thread for China, the refuse to follow the current. One of their members , confirms that they will still play a concert or tour in China.

Despite acknowledging that the incident in China was a mess, to the press will stated that it's not right to put the blame on all of the Chinese people. "They have all this Chinese boycott stuff - they want to boycott the games, but do the people get punished when they have nothing to do with what's going on?" will said.

Previously, China has received many protests regarding their inhuman action towards Tibetan people. Not just human rights groups that voice their rejection on the populated country but many celebrities, such as and director Steven Spielberg have also shouted out their protests over the country's policy.

Meanwhile, at the moment the R 'n' B group haven't yet started their work together because their members are still working on their solo projects. But the band planned to get back on the studio right after finishing their projects.

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