Il compositore delle Olimpiadi fuori dopo il bullismo infantile dei compagni di classe, compresi i bambini disabili mentali, riemerge

Accuse contro Keigo Oyamada, 52, emerse per la prima volta sui social media. È stato accusato di bullismo ai compagni di classe, compresi quelli con disabilità. Olympics organizers initially said Oyamada could stay on as the composer but backtracked after he had submitted his resignation, dicendo che le sue azioni erano “absolutely unacceptable.

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Officials said the initial decision to keep him waswrong.

Oyamada offered an apology.

I sincerely accept the opinions and advice I have received, express my gratitude, and will keep them in mind for my future actions and thoughts,” he said on social media. “I apologize from the bottom of my heart.

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Oyamada’s works have been compared to the American musician Beck. He talked about the abuse in Japanese magazine interviews he gave in the 1990s. Secondo TMZ Sports, Oyamada bragged to Japanese media about forcing a disabled boy to masturbate in front of others and eat his own feces.

Atsuko Kubo, the head of an association of families of the mentally disabled, “strongly protestedagainst Oyamada’s past actions in a statement Sunday. Kubo said it was disturbing he had targeted disabled people.

A segment of music Oyamada composed for the opening ceremonies will not be used and he will not have a role in the Paralympics opening event, organizing committee CEO Toshiro Muto said Monday.

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