Yanagita, you'll recall, is the sad Asian guy who tried to push up on Marge Gunderson and ended up getting curved, if that's a correct use of the slang term preferred by today's youth.
Kweli isn't Asian, and he may or may not be Hung Lo (nullus), but supposedly he tried to kiss Res, an artist on his indie label Javotti, and she wasn't having it. They were in a hot tub in Puerto Rico, and there may have been concern that she hadn't done anything to warrant him bringing her on that trip.
Res alleges that Kweli offers to sign girls to his label if they'll make sweet, passionate love to him, and that the reason he wouldn't release her album is because she wouldn't give him a kiss. Kweli says she never gave him an album to release, but also that he's been ignoring her emails since she tried to sue him for sexual harassment, in a case that was thrown out of court.
Admittedly, I would be deeply embarrassed if I flew a girl out to Puerto Rico on my own dime, got her in a hot tub, tried to kiss her, and she was like, Uh, no. I wouldn't shelve her album in retaliation, because that would be textbook sexual harassment, but I can't tell you that I wouldn't be setting up an email filter when we got back stateside, if only to avoid reliving that experience..
I wonder if, had he been more aggressive, he would have been more successful. Girls don't like it when guys ask first before trying to make out with them, and many of them would probably prefer if you spontaneously slipped a finger or two in their vagine, which shows initiative.
Even if it didn't work, the result would have been the same anyway, i.e. a number of articles about how Kweli supposedly #MeToo'd someone.