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• For me, idols who come from rich families and debted need to work twice as hard to prove themselves. They were handed all these resources to be/do good, and favored from the get go for being born with a silver spoon. The least they can do is show something for it. • How are some of these idols training for years to debut and are still lackluster singers, dancers, and or rappers? The kpop training system is supposed to be tough, yet many of them still look like dead fish on stage even years after debut. • I don't like when kpop stans say the idol will "get better later" after they see said idol is a bad performer. You don't "get better" you evolved the talents and skills you should have had from the get go and be damn near perfect years into you career. Getting better just makes it seem like you were ass, and now you're less ass, like below average.
I'm confuse. Why were trying to act cute? They're lip syncing was awful, any average tik toker could do better. At that part of the song, where the beat drops and enters the annoying chorus, their facial expressions should be a lot more sassy. They can still be playful, but that tik tok simply demonstrates they lack creativity and interest in the music and song. They would rather look pretty than learn how to lip sing a song. At some parts I couldn't even tell if they knew the lyrics or not.
I remember Aliee getting attacked for posting a picture with her and Chris Brown on her Instagram. She pretended she wasn't aware of his domestic abuse case, but still got hate even after deleting the photo. Chris Brown is one of those artists that people never keep the same energy with when it comes to canceling and calling out other artists who work with him and admire him. Essentially, he can never be cancelled. Also, there are so many dancers better than Lisa, Momo, and Seulgi. It's simply called broadening your arisen and looking at other groups. The big three certainly don't have the dancers, singers, visuals, or rappers, maybe in the best, but now they're simply just well known companies. OMG's YooA, BVNDIT's Seungeun, CLC's Seungyeon, Gfriend's SinB, Everglow's Mia, Chunga, Weki Meki's Yoojung, Dreamcatcher's Sua. Are all amazing dancers that don't have the backing of a company with a long legacy. Most people getting into kpop now are preteens and teenagers who simply follow trends and what appears to be cool/popular. One of the first things you lean6about kpop is the Big 3. These young fans are young and iMPreSsiONaBle and can barely form their own opinions. They are the ones most likely to be oppa apologists as well.
For those reading Kuroshitsuji (Black Butler) how are you liking the plot so far? I understand that the author is busy with other work and bookings, thus can't have Kuroshitsuji be her main focus, and honestly I'm glad she's taking her time yet manages to keep up with Monthly updates. I do appreciate developing the characters back stories a little more like how she did with Mey-Rin, but I can't help but feel like it's filler and we've already heard her story before. I would honestly be more interested in Finnian backstory. That said, I want to stray back to the main plot and learn more about the real Ciel and Our Ciel's real name. I'm sure Mey-Rin and Ran's spin off is building up to something, but honestly with all the flashbacks I've forgotten what the meaning was in the first place I miss Lizzy, Sebastian, and the Undertaker. Hopefully, More puzzles will be put together and questions will be answered. Black Butler is seriously one of my favorite Anime/Manga. It's one I dedicated years to and have watched over and over again. I remember when Ciel having a twin was fully revealed, it was near the time Spencer from Pretty Little Liar Twin was revealed and the show had ended. I felt pissy with Black Butler's reveal, but when I saw it was actually planned out and developed properly overtime since the beginning of the season, I was hyped (still am) anyways, the concept has so much potential, but im not a fan of the dragging and starting from the main plot.
• Someone who wants to be on stage and get attention from it • Someone who wants money and cf deals • A rich kid who isn't smart enough to run their parents business, but rich enough to be a trainee for a few years • Some one who wants money and wants to wear expensive clothes • Someone wwho's passionate about music and was inspired by inspired/influenced by past idols • I was watching DKDKTV (around the 26:20) and they know an insider who revealed to them that many of these young teenagers are becoming idols to date their oppa and unnie, but didn't know what they were getting into.
Seungri will be under trial for eight offenses, including sex trafficking, at the Ground Operations Command. There are eight charges against Seungri that will be dealt with by the branch office of the General Military Court. These are some of the eight violation as follows: Δ Violation of the Act on the Aggravated Punishment, etc. of Specific Economic Crimes Δ Violation of the Food Sanitation Act Δ Violation of the Special Act on the Punishment of Sexual Violence Crimes Δ Filming for the Use of Cameras, etc. Δ Violation of the Act on the Aggravated Punishment of Sex Trade, etc. Δ Violation of the Foreign Exchange Act Notrial date has been set yet. Source: Nate Source: AKP New For more information on how the Korean Military Judicial system works
1.) You didn't blur out the usernames of the members on the site. 2.) As a member of that site as well, you should know that it isn't allowed to repost or share any content that comes from there (it's a part of the rules) as it can be very damaging to the users both members and non-members of the site. No one would truly want to be sucked into the wormhole that is that site. And posting those screenshots is disrespectful, especially when you didn't blur or remove and usernames and indulged the curiosity of PULL users who were/are interested in the website. A websites that can be dangerous to one's mental health, body issues, and self esteem. That said, I don't understand the purpose of you sharing that information, especially when the topics mentioned in the screenshot were already topics discussed in this thread and old knowledge from that website.
I'd argue that BlackPink has more freedom then they let on, however, they aren't artistically talented enough to produce or write music. With that said, the members, especially Jennie are allowed to travel at anytime and even go to parties hosted by western celebrities. The girls simply don't care much about their fans and choose not to do live streams unless they have something to promote or a comeback coming up. Lisa can have a YouTube channel dedicated to dance, Jennie can have a second Instagram for photography and even go to parties in California, Rose posts covers sometimes, Jisoo does stuff. But they chose to do it rarely because they're passion for being an idol is fading, especially when they can make money from being modeling. Regarding the Sorn blog thing, Lisa decided to sell her name to YGE and have it be branded. I'm sure she knew that it was in the contract, not being allowed to show her face on other people's vlogs without compensation. She would rather earn money and stay rich, then show her face in her best friend's vlog. It's weird, but that's not something you can blame on YGE alone.
No, you're right, you got it. At the end of the day, he's not innocent from bullying however because it wasn't severe bullying, according to his fans we should "forget about because it happened in he past(when they were 12)" even though the victim's mental health was heavily affected and contemplated suicide. But it's in the past so forget about it.
Having to perform the same song multiple times isn't mistreatment. It's a natural process in a groups' lifespan; taking a advantage of a track that made them big and hoping it makes them unforgettable to the general public. That's what hard work is, doing that is hard work, and hard work is natural.