I'm usually not that big of a fan of alias policing, but this is actually incredible. Just don't put the n word in your alias, I know it takes 3 more brain cells to calculate that process in your head. You know rgl is going to ban you for this type of stuff, so just come up with a better/different/.not offensive alias.
segundoWhat Melon's alias is actually referencing is a producer tag of Tay Keith, a hip hop producer who marks beats he produces with a vocal line in the beginning saying "Tay Keith, fuck these niggas up". Melon's alias is not using "nigga" as a slur, as the word as used in his alias (and the original thing being referenced) is used as a way to address a (fellow) black person, or when plural, sometimes a group of people without racial distinction, as opposed to the word being used in a disparaging way. The reason part of his alias was translated into Chinese is just due to a Chinese translation meme of the past year or so (he definitely took his alias from somewhere else on the internet, and many people who will read this will recognize it).
Expanding upon what was said before: the word as a slur is ordinarily displayed with a hard-r representation. The word as a term of endearment/means of addressing a person or group, usually does not appear in this form. Since signing up for RGL does not require a player to dox themselves and reveal their ethnicity, it can become difficult to police if saying "nigga" would warrant abuse (even though in this case it doesn't even matter since it's entirely referential), but at the same time, banning the word from being used entirely chooses to ignore a small but normative part of black culture.
I'm not buying this excuse. You can use any type of media that says the n-word and suddenly that makes saying it okay? Also don't act like saying the n-word is some type of social justice to appreciate black culture. That in itself is untrue and would get your ass beat if you weren't doing it behind a computer screen.