Let me see How you gonna treat me I ain't no easy Better think about it Twice
In the cover, they were changed to:
Let me see
How you gonna treat me I ain't no easy Better think about it GFriend
THAT MAKES NO FUCKING SENSE!
Yes, in the original version, there are some grammatical problems, but that's the message is understandable.
We start with "Let me see, how you gonna treat me." Here, the Twice members are talking to a guy, asking how the guy intends to treat the girls. Then they reiterate "I ain't no easy". Yes, that's grammatically incorrect, as the double negative in the sentence implies that the girls actually are easy. Thanks to the retardification of our country's education system, many people tend to use double negatives and don't realize what they literally said is entirely different from what the intended meaning is. Here, the Twice girls are are saying that they are not easy girls. They tell the man to "Better think about it Twice" because they won't be spreading their legs just for any guy (but if you're a girl, Momo won't think about it twice.)
That brings us to GFriend's version. The first three lines are the same. However, we get to the last line and it destroys any logical reasoning. "Better think about it GFriend"? The first three lines you were talking to a guy about how you are not easy girls. Does that imply that someone in GFriend is a guy? Or that all of the members are guys?
Yes, I understand GFriend wanted to insert their name wherever Twice did, but Twice's name made logical sense when inserted into the line. But maybe someone might say "Maybe GFriend meant 'girlfriend', as in how girls call each other girlfriend." Sure, that may have been plausible if the first fucking three lines were not directed at a guy.
In conclusion, inserting GFriend's name into the song was fucking retarded.