Sunday, July 31, 2011
Turns out, SMent and I are much similar than I thought. They also are trying to learn how to be a troll by screwing with fans. Now, my definition of a troll is still hazy and I am definitely not an expert, but these teasers for Mr. Simple was definitely unexpected from what we have seen thus far with the teaser pictures released:
Are you now, how they say, mind-fucked?
What was that? Especially the second one. It's like provocative art gone wrong...
I hope (in a twisted way) that for a performance, they wear their teaser outfits. Just once. And please be during the Gayo Daejun days.
"Krystal is a bitch."
Maybe she is. However, the only people I have heard claiming this to be true are fangirls who don't know her and get all of their news from allkpop. They wrote an article a while back about her attitude towards her skating instructor. It claimed that she "rudely" stated that her trainer basically did not know what he was doing. I had not seen the article, I just saw a friend tweet something along the lines of "This is why I hate f(x), they're a group of rude bitches." They also said that their songs suck but that's irrelevant and a matter of preference. I read the article and then asked my friend if they had even watched the video. They refused to watch it and see that Krystal had actually said it very lightheartedly. They also refused to believe that the article had been biased and that Krystal had actually said that her trainer was not trained in couples skating, which made things difficult.
Sure, her trainer is older than her and in Korea it is not exactly proper for her to say anything against him. That doesn't excuse the tons of Americans I have seen, who go against their elders all of the time, bashing her just because they are too convinced by what everyone else says, without seeing things for themselves.
Krystal is a bitch and that's that. No one ever actually tries to get to know her a little through watching her on shows, everyone simply assumes that what they hear is true. They see her make one face that they do not like and she's instantly a rude bitch.
Krystal works her ass off. Have you seen her skate? She learned to do that in only a few months. That is not easy to do. She had to learn performances while promoting. She had to learn new dances and songs, practice them, then go off and learn a whole new skating routine. She has been getting some amazingly high scores considering she did not even know how to skate before she started on this show.
Krystal is a young girl who grew up in the entertainment industry. Maybe that has made her a little bitchy. However I have never actually seen anything that could prove this. All I see is a beautiful young girl who works hard and is not appreciated enough for all that she does. And no, saying that she is pretty and has a hot body is not what I mean by appreciating her.
Of course, you are entitled to your own opinion. This is just mine.
ANYWAYS! It's 4:00 a.m. where I'm at and I just finished watched tonight's Inkigayo performances.
I'm sure someone will write about 2NE1's "great" comeback but that's not what I'm gonna talk about. I'm gonna talk about Brave Girls new song "Easily".
WTF??! I JUST noticed no one has written about this trainwreck!
If you've never seen it, here's their comeback on Music Bank:
Lol. Yeah. You JUST saw that shit go down.
The best part is the black guy playing the saxaphone. He isn't even pressing buttons. Also, he's RANDOMLY standing in the back after his part is done. Awesome.
You know what makes me sad? That Brave Girls is created by a guy who gives all these hit songs to other idol groups but can't give HIS GROUP a good song for shit! Brave Girls explained that they kinda flopped (okay totally flopped) with their debut song but they hope this new song will give them some much needed attention.
Okay. I like them a little. Why? BECAUSE THEIR DEBUT SONG WAS GOOD! Not the "breaking ankles" one. Any kpop group that gives me 90s R&B nostaligia is good in my book (solid gold door-knocker earrings in the mv? you don't say!). It's sad that this comeback is going to end in shambles.
Better luck next time! Hopefully you'll have a better song by then.
And just so you know, this was their first DEBUT stage. Pretty good for a bunch of tweens.
For me, they're good enough (though I miss their "Clap" image over the "Don't Spray Perfume" stuff).
And if I hear girl groups yappin' about "Oppa!" all the time I don't mind boybands singing "Noona!" songs.
Just making this post for the Teen Top fans who wanted someone to back them up (btw, to those fans, why don't you just COMMENT on the articles???)
Saturday, July 30, 2011
I've noticed we haven't talked much lately about hot girls (we never really talk about hot guys...) so I put a little of that in this post.
So, I wanted to ask our readers, if you could change ONE THING about your favorite kpop idol what would it be? Let's consider ONLY physical traits ;).
Get ready for my LENGTHY entry:
For me, my favorite idol HANDS DOWN/NO COMPETITION is Yubin from the Wonder Girls. Why? I don't fucking know. It's gotten to the point were she can do no wrong in my eyes! She'd have to do seriously terrible shit for me give her the side-eye. Have you ever liked an idol so long that you don't remember or can't pin point exactly what it is you like about them? Yeah, that's where me and Yubin are at. The only absolutely horrible thing she's ever done for kpop is introduce the masses to fucking UEE!
BUT! If I could change one thing on her body, it would have to be her ass. She doesn't have one. I mean, not to be hatin', but most people in kpop don't have asses to begin with. But Yubin's is just...sad. She needs a bigger ass to match her awesome larger-than-a-normal-kpop-girl thighs! It's odd though, because in Korea her body was like this:
So yeah, her ass is getting better for me, but it's still not quite there. So to demonstrate with a recent picture of Yubin (like a week old?). This is what I would change:
What is ONE physical thing you would change on your favorite kpop idol?
''TEEN TOP revealed their 1st mini-album and attracted netizens’ attentions with their title song.Right after they revealed their song and lyrics (No More Perfume on You) on 26th July, we can see some sensible reactions from some noona fans.
Lyrics from “No More Perfume on You” has some lines like ‘Noona’s fragrance is very very sweet. No one around me has that kind of fragrance from their body. Noona’s make-up is very very beautiful. It’s unbelievable, but that pretty noona is mine.’ and ‘Noona’s body is very very sexy. Everybody says it’s 10 points out of 10 points.” That part of the lyric receives some attention for their embarrassing confession to a noona.Some noona netizens who likes younger-man posted some reactions like ‘Noona’s body is 0 points out of 10 points’, ‘A good fragrance and make-up is possible, but on body, I will work harder’, ‘I’m happy because I feel like the lyric is pointing me out’. And we can also see some denial reactions on perfume ‘I need to throw away all perfumes in my home’, ‘Because you told me not to spray my perfume, I guess I’ll spray some air freshener’, ‘I’m not spraying it because you said don’t spray it’, etc.''
Source : http://korean-entertainment.spot4blog.com/2011/07/news-teen-top-revealed-their-new-song-noona-fans-throwing-away-their-perfume/
|If shit like this pops up enough I might just make it a weekly feature.|
If Niel and Chunji are Teen Top's best singers, then the rest of them must really suck.
Right off the bat Niel sounds out of tune. Before there's even anything to hinder his singing performance. No one else even sings until about two minutes in and he sounds terrible, whoever he is. The next guy misses his cue and can't even manage to sound like a decent singer. At least Niel manages to put a tiny bit of vibrato at the end of some of his notes that seem to dip in and out of being in tune.
The first rapper's voice mixed in with the backing track. The second rapper with red hair (I need to learn their names so I can criticize them properly) sounded... horrible. It almost sounded like he was trying to sound like G-Dragon.
Some of the choreography is kind of difficult and I understand that it can take a toll on their voices but they shouldn't sound this bad. They should either do a song with impressive vocals and weaker choreography or pick a song that they can sing easily and pair it with strong choreography. Their voices are bouncing with their bodies and it does not sound good. Like trying to sing while driving down a bumpy road.
They're throwing all of the pressure to sing well onto two members who have to do the dance and sing at the same time but they cannot seem to balance it. I kind of feel sorry for Niel having to sing that much. You have more members, train them to sing and use them.
Also, shouldn't the most attractive member be in the middle of the dance formation more often? Is that not some kind of K-pop rule? All I see is Niel with his blobfish face and Chunji with his stupid fucking winks and smiles that make me want to punch him in the face. He reminds me of... a moron.
Just gonna predict a couple of comments.
"They're young, they'll get better!"
If they're this terrible they should not have debuted yet. They should have trained until they could handle singing and dancing at the same time.
"You can't judge based on just one performance!"
Yes I can, shut up. This performance just sucked. Hard. The only other song I've heard any of them perform was a ballad from Chunji that sounded rather nice. He will make a fine solo artist when he's all grown up.
"lawl it's k-pop every group is like this get over it"
Just... don't even bother posting comments like that. If there weren't groups that sucked like this we wouldn't have much to write about.
Also I just happened to look on the video at a comment.
"chunji is so cute! He keeps winking. And he sounds a lot like KEY!"
...Teen Top fans are really young, aren't they?
Friday, July 29, 2011
I have no idea who this "hip hop" duo are, but I am so very interested now.
Apparently, Crispi Crunch have been around for a little while (initially as a trio), releasing digital singles here and there throughout this 2011 year.
Be careful. Crispi Crunch:
... are not to be confused with:
JUST WHAT THE FUCK? Who the fuck would compare Hyogre to a goddess like Song Hye Kyo?! It's not fucking April Fools.
The only way Hyoyeon even resembles Song Hye Kyo is when Hyoyeon is heavily photoshopped. Aside from that, it's a disgrace to Song Hye Kyo to even have her name is the same sentence as Hyoyeon. That is the ultimate insult Song Hye Kyo could have.
Song Hye Kyo is regarded as one of the most beautiful women in South Korea. Hyoyeon has Hyorc and Hyogre for nicknames. If Hyoyeon resembled Song Hye Kyo at all, Hyoyeon wouldn't be considered the ugliest member in SNSD. In fact, she'd be the hottest one.
“And before I get the typical "if you don't like it get off the site" talk (which sounds like something a kpop fan would say *cough*). As much as these writers have a right to express their opinions, so do I. I'm pointing out what I find silly just as they do with Kpop”
Im writing this in response (and yes I know this is my second ‘response post’ but bare with me) to the Anon who wrote the above comment on this post . I suggest that you read his/her comment in its entirety.
Based on my experience with the fandom that I bash on the most (with very good reason), I find that I've encountered more delusional or crazy or unreasonable people than not.
I wouldn't just make a generalization if it wasn't somewhat accurate. Yeah sure I haven't done a scientific study/survey of all the fans to determine the numbers but, I'm making this estimate based on the ones that I've encountered.
And from that I’ve derived that most YG stans, mind you I said MOST not ALL, are conceited, pompous, ill informed (in terms of music) little kids who don’t know much about anything but have the biggest opinions. And yes there is nothing wrong with having an opinion, just like we all here do; but rather, what you do with that opinion and how you try to bring it across that determines whether or not it’s an opinion worth listening to.
I think that maybe the message with this blog is sometimes lost in translation, with the occasional trolling from some of us, but I think that this blog is really necessary. Yeah sure it’s not life saving or world changing but it’s an outlet for those of us who are kpop fans and who really enjoy this industry, but feel stifled by those in the fandom, who think that their idols are the absolute best EVER and can NEVER be criticized, because if you criticize you aren’t a real fan. And that is not true.
A real fan should have the freedom to be critical of their idols or people they admire, if they feel that there is REAL reason to do so. I’ll use myself as an example, I’m a Block b fan a really big one at that, I’ve been stanning those kids well before their debut. They have just made their comeback with the “New Kids on the block” mini album and when I first heard “Tell Them” I was shocked and disappointed to say the least. I didn’t think that it was a good song; I thought it was childish, too cute for the Block B that Cho had promised. I thought that they were playing it too safe, following the mold, when they really didn’t need to. I was able to express that to fellow BBCs and didn’t really care if censure followed,but I was pleasantly surprised to find that I wasn't the only one who felt that way.
This is something that fans of the really big fandoms (Im an elf so I know) can’t freely do and if they do, then they are "not real fans", because Oppa and Unnie are just so perfect. If I don’t like something, I should be able to say so and not have fear of raging fangirls spamming me with hate mail and accusations.
Thursday, July 28, 2011
Super Junior announces 5th album concept is ‘Ubersexual’
What does that even mean for a concept?!
SME representatives: "their new concept is ‘Ubersexual‘, meaning the boys are pursuing a more stylish and masculine image, but yet it’ll still be sexy and suave" "The teaser has a sensual concept to create more masculine stylish appearance and to let Super Junior members to let out their exotic charm."
To those of you who also blurted out "wtf", this is a definition I found:
... What the balls!?
If the previous teaser pictures released are the "embodiment of the perfect man" and are seriously considered masculine, suave, and sexy, then clearly I need a hardcore ELF to teach me again what a man is because maybe, just maybe, I am the delusional fangirl here thinking this is strange.
Wednesday, July 27, 2011
It is tragic that for the most part, talent gets shafted so often in the music industry. So frequently we see only hot girls with provocative dances (albeit half the time only showing off mediocre dancing skills) and subpar singing succeed greatly. But sadly, as soon as someone is not physically appealing, they are immediately criticized and swept under the rug as "untalented" or forced to get plastic surgery.
In the case of the Piggy Dolls, I honestly believe they are underrated greatly due to such a shallow mindset. I am not saying their voices are angelic (although I do think they have a nice, deeper tone), nor that their dancing is mind-blasting (during their Trend days, they did not really move a lot). But I think for a rookie group, they did have somewhat different (but the good kind) voices and loosely, a new sort of sass (especially the one in the sunglasses). In regards to their concept, they were really proud of who they were and not ashamed to be bigger in size, knowing full well they were advertising themselves to a target audience wanting sexy skinny girls. And what saddens me is that they felt like they had a shot with this idea, but was never given a second look.
Again, I am not saying that their songs were exactly enticing nor were they revolutionary (not going to lie, I did not enjoy Trend. Know Her was better, but definitely was not a song that was going to bring them to the top of the charts). Personally, I did not think they were given a good debut song, outfits, or even an exciting MV. But what I want to say is that I really think people should have been less critical of their look and concept and should have given their attention to their talent and music. Girls and boys who cannot sing worth *profanity* are put on gold pedestals for being "so very hot", yet three girls who work equally as hard but are not as aesthetically pleasing get bashed for trying to be themselves and role models.
A while back I read an article on AllKPop. It said:
Kim Min Sun (21), who weighs 90kg, began, “... I was born with the love of eating, which is how I got my current ‘U-line.’“ ... [t]he group’s combined weight totaled to 232kg, with Lee Ji Yeon (21) weighing at 72kg, and maknae Park Ji Eun (18) at 70kg.
Park Ji Eun continued, “When we first auditioned, there were three conditions. First, we had to be talented vocally. We also could not have had any plastic surgery done, and we had to weigh over 70kg.”
Unfortunately, due to the flop of their debut album, the conditions have changed drastically, as she went on to reveal, “... after our first album flopped, [our CEO] said that the fat concept won’t work anymore. He’s trying to change our image now by making us lose weight, but we don’t want to.”
When asked by MC Kang Ho Dong whether they had any intentions of reaching a compromise with their agency, Kim Min Sun replied, “We, of course, thought about it. But let’s say that we lose weight and get plastic surgery. That doesn’t mean we will be popular. Kang Ho Dong is overweight, but also became the best MC. Why can’t overweight people achieve their dreams? The pain of being told to leave the room at auditions even before I opened my mouth to sing is still left in my heart. I want people that are overweight to not be so self-conscious and to be able to leave their house without shame. We want to become hope to them.”
But, they then made a comeback months later, each losing approximately 20kgs due to "late night dance practices". I call BS. They were forced to probably due to some sort of twisted threat of losing their contract. A representative announced *cough*trying to cover the company's ass*cough* that their weight loss was natural due to the rigorous training and was in "no way due to dieting". This is burdensome on the girls now as they currently appear as hypocrites. They are literally the average weight of many North Americans; so they could potentially change their name is Average Weight Dolls.
Really, sometimes I wish music was about music. Not everything should be about looks. But that is not reality now, is it. It is really too bad that a majority of girls will continue to be self-conscious about their looks and weight. Not even a group attempting to shed that narrow-minded idea (with the talent to back it up) could succeed, so what are the chances that other attempts in this Kpop industry could fare better?
Aw, how sweet... More after the break.
It's funny because it's true...
The song follows the pattern of their other recent releases...it's boring.
Anyways I didn't post this to hate on or even talk about the song or music video. I just wanted to post some of the comments I saw.
I love all the Dara comments.
I also love how every new 2ne1 song automatically becomes the best song eva
Tuesday, July 26, 2011
I just love YG.
Why? BECAUSE THEY LIKE TO STIR SHIT UP FOR NO REASON!
If you haven't heard yet, YG is planning to debut a group in 2012. The difference? It's said to be an "SNSD-like" group. His words, not mine. YG goes on to say the group will have that "YG flare~" (a.k.a. Teddy) but that the group won't be so much like 2NE1/Big Bang.
First off, LO-FUCKING-L. Can you imagine this shit? And YG also says he's basing the member choice off their talent, not looks. Well then...you don't have an SNSD group! You'll have a bunch of fugly 2NE1-lookin' girls!
But of course, the best has to be comments. Though there are some rational ones, the majority are sad, sad comments:
- OIL and WATER ...Don't MIX
- i just hope they are better than snsd. i can't stand them
- It's fine to do a group similar to SNSD, there are already some out there, but don't go right out and set this up to be a 'YG SNSD', because you put your group up for failure before they even debut, drawing instant comparisons that could hurt them. Plus, there will never be another SNSD. You're just asking for hate/fan backlash.
- I'm not looking forward to this... This just isn't right.
- another snsd? noooooooo....... The reason love YG is because you created groups like 2ne1 and big bang, and now you gonna create those cute groups? nooo :(
I don't know if you can tell by the comments, but those are from both Sones and YG stans. BJs/VIPS are crying "NO! No cute stuff! YG is so amazingly original and epic!" and Sones are screaming "There is only ONE SNSD! No one will ever come CLOSE!"
As for me? I'm just laughing at all of them.
Seriously, not fucking kidding.
What the fuck.
I'll share some rappers who can actually rap in Japanese.
Ah, much better and much kinder to my ears.
I'm definitely not the only one who saw the headlines and went "well shit, this won't end well." The poor girl was the laughing stock of kpop the last time she tried to sing alone and live, and has pretty much been shitted on in every one of those "Top 10 [INSERT NEGATIVE TITLE]" lists. I clicked the play button apprehensively (and I'm really glad it wasn't some hotassmess autotuned dance track), and you know what, the song was fine.
Monday, July 25, 2011
I'm not much of a Teen Top fan since they're all so young and being a "pedo noona" isn't on my to do list... however the song is kind of nice. It's catchy but the music video...
I don't like the meaning behind it and I don't like that Chunji is all "LAWL BITCH I'M CHEATING ON YOU HAHAHA LOOK AT ME I'M CUTE" through the whole video. In fact, they all seem pretty happy about the fact that they've learned how to use their dicks and they could be running around getting STD's by sleeping around. And Chunji gave his girlfriend the same perfume that the "noona" he's cheating with uses. Bold little fucker.
And aren't all of the members like sixteen? How are they in a club? Did they let a pervy bouncer touch their no no spots on the way in?
Niel continues to look like a blobfish.
He also wears that shirt that every K-Pop idol and their mother seems to own
He also seems to be the only one singing. I admittedly only know the faces of Niel and Chunji, I only know a couple other names and I can't recognize voices but it seems like Niel and Chunji are the only ones even in this video.
Like the song, dislike the meaning, shaking my head at the children in the music video. Over all I guess it's not too bad.
Being that apparently here at AKF we are the new Super Junior, most of us were given the option of choosing who we wanted to be as our equivalent. If I remember correctly, Anti Kpop-Fangirl is Leeteuk, davidfresh is Shindong, and Suckmydee is Siwon.
Personally, I wanted Eunhyuk. But someone *cough* mynameisnotsuzy *cough cough* else also wanted to be the wonderful boy he is, so I became my second pick, Yesung. Which is still just as awesome being that he has a beautiful and angelic voice and, for the most part, a cute baby face.
But then I saw this teaser photo and never have I been so embarrassed. I do not believe at any point is a pink leopard print shirt ever in order for any man. And what poor roadkill did SM Entertainment adorn your neck with? It matches perfectly with your sleezy gold chains, I may add. Secretly though I do kind of like that hat (if it were maybe a different colour). BUTIDIDN'TSAYTHAT.
Some choice comments about this teaser photo include:
- everyone is ruining my bias list everytime they unveil their imageteaser! and now its yesung oppa's turn! it was such a FBULOUS teaser. perfect all the way ^^
Perfect? Wtf. If that is your definition of perfection, then I sure as hell do not want to see what looks terrible to you.
- Whaaa~ Yesung looks so...manly! :O This concept is making me really happy so far! :D
... Manly? Really? Is that the only adjective you could think of? Because that was not on my list of words to describe this crime...
Words cannot express how I feel right now. I think I'm having a pseudo-identity crisis. What the balls is wrong with so many of you delusional ELFs...?
Words cannot express how sad I am that After School chose BANG! for their Japanese debut. Why not Because of You or even Shampoo? Tap dancing would have been equally as awesome as drumming. Or if they really wanted to keep to their original Pussy Cat Dolls concept, AH! would have been nice.
But clearly, they need Bekah more than they thought. Pledis, you dumbass. Kahi's rapping is usually fine (or even borderline good). And I love Kahi so damn much, but this... this was just wrong. Please do not try to rap in English or Japanese anymore. Ever. That goes to you too, Lizzy.
But I must admit, they were as sexy as ever. Nana, why are you so beautiful? They really made the girls look gorgeous, so I will give them that. The entire video was more like an elongated photoshoot. In motion.
Overall the music video was not bad per se. I mean, there was not much going on much like the Korean version, so there was not any major losses. But that also means there is not much to pick on. The main difference is that the Korean version had children inappropriately showing their stomachs and had the bridge filmed on a soccer field. The Japanese PV on the other hand was all done with dancing and drumming in their various outfits (of the same thing in just different colours [that's right. I spell colours with a U because that's how it's done in Canada). Music wise, they changed the instrumentals ever so slightly for the Japanese version and (thankfully) took out the atrocious Engrish as the beginning. The song did not sound terrible in Japanese as most translated-from-Korean songs do, and they did not throw in insane amounts of English to substitute for an inability to pronounce Japanese (as though their English pronunciation was any better). I'm looking at you Big Bang and 2NE1.
By far my favourite part of this entire PV though was when they changed JungAh's koom koom koom to dong dong dong.
Because everything is better with a dong inside.
AS Red has finally given us their MV after already performing twice on music programs (even though AS Blue released their MV days ago).
The music video is pretty good. I like the feel of it. Their outfits and the filming location is like this New Mexico/Arizona outskirts meets Coyote Ugly. That description sounds horrible, but's it's not too shabby. It's a very typical music video in the sense that there is random dancing and partying, but what made me laugh is that at around 2:42 everyone is dancing around a GIANT FIRE PIT and Nana is like "You know what would go great with this? GASOLINE, BITCHES!". So Nana follows her impressive idea and douses the entire crowd in gasoline...next to the giant fire. Yeah. Some people say it was water (which i'm sure it was when filming), but it came out of a damn gas station pump. I think they were going for a "gasoline" look.
AS Red seems to get lower "likes" and higher "dislikes" than AS Blue when they perfrom but the "likes" on AS Red's MV were suprsingly high. No one bitched about being "too sexy".
Some of the comments from their Youtube video:
- "Ok now every single person that said this wasn't sexy enough can go suck it. You don't need an obvious sexy song to be sexy"
- 'My god, Jungah, when did you get so fierce?? "
- 'OMG I M IN LOVE WITH THIS. THE STARTING, AND THE PARTYING. THEIR CHOREO IS MOTHERFKIN HOT. JUNAGAH'S LONG HAIR!! AND I LOVE THE WAY THEY WENT CRAZY WITH THE WHOLE "DIRTY FEATHER HAIR" LOOK. HOW CAN THEY BE SO HOT!!! LOVEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE"
- "If YaYaYa was done right"
Also, I leave you with a gif of the most amazingly talented and GORGEOUS girl with a face of many emotions:
Don't you agree Nana, Kahi, and Jung Ah?
If you could replace OR be an additional member to any idol/duo/group of your choice, which group would it be and why?
Yes, that means: boys, you can join any girl group you like as yourself. And girls, you can be a member of any effeminate boy group of your choosing (as I'm sure you would fit in fine as a real woman).
Sunday, July 24, 2011
Saturday, July 23, 2011
Now. I know it was said in a joking manner. But even on his twitter and in other videos: he seriously loved those nasty ass dreads. It's a bit shocking to me. But whatever floats his boat I guess (didn't seem like he cared about the hate).
But as for the fans (BBCs), do not sit there and LIE that you're NOT happy to see those things get cut the fuck off! You tolerate stupid shit like that, you don't come to love it!
I just hope in the future, for the sake of my eyes, no other kpop idol decides to get dreads. Think about it. Do you know of ANYONE in kpop that would look good in them?
That's what I thought.
It's like a fierce battle between Uee's empty, cold, android yin and Nana's electric, white-hot, nubile yang. Kahi and Jungah are there to keep you grounded as your reactions swing back and forth between OMG NANA YES! and WTF IS THAT EVEN HUMAN?!
Friday, July 22, 2011
Listen to this filth and then read my censure after the break.
As proof I’d like to call in 2NE1BLAQBANG as my first witness (taken from akp YG will tackle the American market “within the next year or two” )
“Let’s face it, America has a lot of potential for music, but the ones that get released and become famous are people with LITTLE OR NO TALENT AND OVERUSE AUTOTUNE”.
Haters are on us like fleas
you hate us coz we cocky,
but we don't like you either
......we're YG stans
......they're cheerleaders~ “
“YG family is better in every way, they are not fake, they have real personalities unlike your idols,fake bitches”