Kneecap are a rap trio from West Belfast who’s Irish-language music and anti-establishment stance have made them the subject of a lot of criticism in Ireland and beyond. Kneecap brand themselves as activists, however this characterisation has also caused much controversy in Northern Ireland, raising questions about the grey area between activism and antagonism.
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