Wu-Tang fan fined £500 for using the N-Word in “Protect Ya Neck.”


In court, the 25-year-old Scottish man apologized and admitted to “crossing the line.”A man in Scotland was fined $500 for rapping to Wu-Tang Clan’s hit song “Protect Ya Neck,” which contains the n-word.


Kyle Siegel, a 25-year-old Scotsman, admitted guilt and was sentenced to pay the fine and a £20 “victim surcharge” in Lerwick Sheriff Court last week. The comments were made by Siegel, a white man, according to The National, a Scottish newspaper.

Siegel is said to have admitted to acting in a “disorderly manner” around 1 a.m. on Sunday, February 20. According to reports, Siegel went to a birthday party at the Scalloway Boating Club and, for some reason, ended up in a stall in the women’s restroom. According to Siegel’s attorney, Tommy Allan, Siegel was “singing along to a TikTok on a friend’s phone.” Siegel was at a birthday party in this case.


Siegel had overlooked the fact that the woman in the cubicle next to him was biracial. After witnessing the incident, she and Siegel allegedly got into an argument, and she eventually filed a police report against Siegel.

Siegel appeared in court and appeared remorseful. He admitted that his explicit sing-along was inappropriate, but he denied any malice. Despite the fact that the case raised concerns about “artistic freedom,” his lawyer made it clear that Siegel was not a “person of color” in his statement.


“Protect Ya Neck,” released in May 1993, was the Wu-Tang Clan’s first single. Despite its low initial chart placement 29 years ago, this is one of their most recognizable songs. It was their first time writing music as a group. The word “N-word” is rapped seven times in the original release, which can be found on Wu-debut Tang’s studio album, “Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers).”

The Wu-Tang Clan’s song “Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers)” was acquired by the Library of Congress in April. The album was added to the National Recording Registry alongside albums by A Tribe Called Quest and Alicia Keys after it was announced that a new documentary on the late Wu-Tang member Ol’ Dirty Bastard was in the works, and Icelene Jones, his widow, was one of those involved in the documentary’s production.

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