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Some people don't consider Asians especially East and Southeast Asians to be POC because they believe that they also have white privilege or something. But yeah this event is focused on Asian American heritage and she's complaining that there are too many Asians on the guest list and not enough "diversity"
Once again, Jasminjoestar is trying to stir up cosplay community drama with another take. This time she's complaining that Futurecon's cosplayer list is comprised of mostly Asians and not enough POC... even though the online event is celebrating Asian American Heritage Month & Mental Health Awareness Month. Momokun is also on the guest list as well and that's another story
Jasminjoestar once again being a judgemental hypocrite.So according to Jasminjoestar, just because Mia Khalifa does porn means that she's no longer Arab and allowed to claim her Lebanese heritage? Slut-shaming much? Coming from an Iraqi-Muslim that cosplays, this sounds both racist and hypocritical.
Not trying to sound like an incel, but she acts like the stereotypical SJW on Twitter who always comes up with some hot take trying to be woke, maintaining her own echo chamber and unable to take any criticism by hiding replies and blocking everyone who so much as disagrees with her or who has evidence to the contrary and plays victim. She's always backtracking and deleting her tweets because of all the backlash she gets, and keeps touting that she's trying to be an ally to POC in the community and that her all critics are bigoted. If she wasn't Arab and Muslim, she would definitely be a white savior especially with her morality complex. As for her cosplays, I never really took a look since she's more well-known (and infamous) for drama.
She's been even called out by the news https://www.buzzfeednews.com/article/janelytvynenko/coronavirus-disinformation-spread www.nzherald.co.nz/lifestyle/news/article.cfm?c_id=6&objectid=12314345 www.pedestrian.tv/health/does-hand-sanitiser-sanitizer-kill-coronavirus-antiviral-antibacterial-viral-tweet https://www.asiaone.com/digital/you-shouldnt-believe-viral-tweets-claim-hand-sanitisers-do-nothing-against-coronavirus https://nintendosoup.com/american-receives-backlash-for-demanding-japanese-artist-to-apologize-for-whitewashing-nessa
Also some clear double standards from her
I'm surprised she doesn't have her own thread under "Little Snowflakes" since she's constantly starting drama and people have receipts.
Anyone want to talk about jasminjoestar who's always stirring up drama for clout? The most recent thing was she tweeted false information about coronavirus claiming to be a scientist, left it up for hours so it got thousands of impressions, hid replies and blocked people for calling her out. Even though she listed cosplayer on her bio, she spends way more time causing drama than cosplaying. Her Twitter Her Instagram
The hidden replies
Then there was that time she did this to a Japanese artist
I'd say this is kind of a grey area. On the one hand, her tan looks like a natural tone for tan Koreans (Koreans get tanned easily) and the way she is portraying the character is respectful in which she isn't doing anything stereotypical. However there are those who have a zero tolerance policy for tanning and consider any darkening of the skin including tanning to be blackface and racist. However there is still such a thing as blackface in cosplay. That European Twitch streamer who did Lifeline from Apex Legends? That was blackface.
Going back to N, I read some more of the comments on Moki Mo's callout post and apparently N supports to Hong Kong protesters on Facebook, but then goes onto Weibo to call the protesters savages and posts in Simplified Chinese to seem more patriotic. Talk about being a two-faced sellout to China. She also pulled off the wig and cosplay of her boyfriend's ex at a con. Sounds like the Hong Kong version of Momokun.