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This whole new "rat nest on top of my head" hairstyle that she has going on has got. to. go. It is just so bad. Why must she either have childlike ugly hair styles, or "look at me I'm a starving artist, I'm soooooo different" hair styles? Like . . . . girl. GET A STYLIST.
I feel you with the chorus thing, and being a musician as well I cringe when I hear him sing. It's so lazy. Also people discrediting you because you like kpop is lame. I'm not an SM stan but like have these people never heard SM vocalists??? BYE. When ever I hear that song that goes "I'm gonna fuck up my life" or whatever, it always reminds me of an owl singing that avocados and bananas song from that one vine.
I've almost stopped following dodie completely because I find the way she acts very immature. I know she has a lot of family trauma or something, but she has not grown past being 19. I understand she has depression, and I understand the like "I'm not at the point that I need therapy!" But I think she would benefit from it so much. I really, really, really hate the cliche of you can't be passionate or creative with your meds/therapy, because it's not true. I honestly can't create anything decent when I am feeling horrible, I have no motivation at all. It's so unhealthy, and artists don't need to push this "you live and die for your art" bull. Dodie is so bleh. Mental health discussions are incredibly important, but they shouldn't be used as a tactic to show how "deep" you are.
I second this! My bf and I traveled through Korea, and we pretty much only stayed in hostels, and usually ended up in cheap private rooms, that were really nice. You just have to do some research, but you can find some great places to stay.
lmaoooo. Why do some gurus insist on drawing their lip liner to cover their cupid's bow? I don't get it????? It looks like when kids drink juice and get a red ring around their mouths.
Karen DEF doesn't take criticism. Even for other people. I'm surprised no one posted the video of her bitching about how rude everyone was to Jenn Im when Jenn received a ton of black lash and criticism for her winter collection and lack of transparency with the company. She said something like "we don't even want your criticism, so don't even say anything." Makes sense. Her content is just copying people and never improving.
I am of the mindset that both parties are in the wrong for certain situations, but MAN she makes it hard to feel bad for her lol. Like I said before, I don't understand the saltiness on her part? She was unsuccessful auditioning for shows, Sori got attention from YG calling her too old to be an idol, to making it all the way to the end of the show. Companies take that momentum and they either A. debut a girl group or B. debut a soloist. This company is probably trying to get more recognition and Sori did that. Coco has done nothing to bring attention to herself or the company except for this drama. Like if CocoSori had a comeback together would she be any happier? I mean no one knows Coco in Korea, she isn't popular. Sori at least has some recognition. Also her talking about being family friendly when pretty much all of CocoSori's videos had sexual undertones disguised as cute concepts. Except maybe their last comeback? Coco acts innocent, and acts oblivious, but it is obvious she has worked hard to become well known, and it hasn't worked out. I think she def needs to do some self reflection she's just not good at faking even being nice or innocent. idk it is all a mess for sure. I guess we shall see what happens. Is there any official date for her leaving the company? Or is she going to keep stringing it along?
Basically Sori listened to and took advice from her company so she could get the most bang for her buck. Coco didn't listen hired expensive choreographers that are well known, and paid for mostly aesthetic without thinking about marketing or performances. If I remember she only really promoted on the regular music shows. Sori has taken any performance opportunity she can get.
Bleh. I think Coco just wants to be famous and she thought she would just get into any company because of her looks.
Thanks for that! Yeah, I just still don't think it is a complete solo you know? Tons of people release music through music programs in Korea and then have a separate like "DEBUT" solo. Still think it is a bit unnecessary, you know?
Something that I'm kind of confused about. In the thread above, Coco seems to be implying that Sori's "solo debut" was just supposed to be her on Mixnine? I mean what? I really wouldn't consider that a solo, mostly because there really wasn't a guarantee that she would even be on Mixnine, and also I don't call that a solo? I mean . . . also if Mixnine didn't end up being that shit storm that it became Sori would have debuted in another group, not as a solo. So I don't understand this argument at all. Also. People who sign contracts with companies, totally should be supported. But I thought both Coco and Sori had to crowdfund for their individual solos? I just don't get it. Clearly it is disappointing that your company is not being supportive, or doesn't have the funds to support your solo activities. But the timing of this is all so bizarre. Sori was on a show, where she got some popularity for working hard, so the logical next step that most companies end up doing is - after that exposure from said competition they debut their girl group or soloist (Chungha, anyone?). So Coco should have known that her company would debut Sori anyway. I'm assuming if Coco had waited until after Sori's promotions to do her own solo there wouldn't have been this ridiculous clash. I don't doubt that the company is being awful to Coco, but I also don't think it is as black and white as Coco wants it to be. I think she is being dirty about shit, and so is the company, and Sori probably also suffered as well. In a way Coco is both justified and ungrateful. Also how is the company responding to all of this? Why are they just letting her shit on the company and Sori? Or do they not care because Sori is still getting a ton of attention and being invited to perform at all kinds of venues? You know, actually giving the company revenue?
This might be OT, but KarenO made a video saying people shouldn't hold influencers on pedestal, and I feel like she missed the point entirely? She was basically trying to defend Jenn and say that influencers just got lucky, and that they have to go through these emotional rollercoasters, while people leave rude comments and they care about it, etc. However, most of the comments that I read and were upvoted on Jenn's last eggie drop were more constructive than hateful. This is more than just Jenn being lucky on the internet, she started a brand, a clothing brand, and she has more of a responsibility to uphold the name of her brand. If she wants to be taken seriously in the fashion industry, and create a company that will be successful, she has to address these issues. She is not exempt because she initially "got lucky" on social media. I understand the concern. I understand that there are INSANE people on the internet that are awful in the comments. But there is a difference. Bleh. Girl. It had nothing to do with social media or being an influencer, and had everything to do with business practices.
Soooo.... this happened. She talked about three main things 1. Where her clothing is being produced/prices of her clothing. 2. Quality/Sustainability of her clothing 3. The lack of sizing, and designs to flatter different body types. Something she brought up as per the prices was that people were commenting saying "why would I buy this overpriced item, when I can just get it from forever21." I think partly that's true, but I also saw people comments were more along the line of why pay $75 for something that is the same quality of fabric as forever21. I think she makes some valid points, and it is good she is self aware. She also says she kept silent because she doesn't like being confrontational. I don't see how addressing customer concerns, and promising to work to improve your brand is confrontational? lol. The ending was pretty bitter. "I still stand by those pieces, b/c they're freaking cute." k. girl.