Who watches this video and thinks YG's points are valid?
All I see in the comments are people saying ti was unfair-the only unfair thing is that they didn't bother to show
the girls singing and showing off that ability when we all know HaSeul is a great vocalist in particular.
But NOT a great dancer.
I understand people being upset that they edited out HaSeul in particular showing off her vocals.
But also I think YG's points about Hyunjin being really stiff are valid.
I think him saying that HaSeul's dancing was pretty bad is valid too-though he didn't need to go at her so hard.
I also think when he was talking about how he was disappointed because these girls
already sort of debuted in a sense-that makes sense too.
You'd expect them to be at a better level than this especially if they are being told
they all can release solo work.
Now, this isn't hate towards Loona nor a defense for YG because he's scum.
But I think fans in general sometimes have a hard time differentiating from valid criticism vs hate/cruelty.
This video just randomly popped up on my feed and made me think about it more.
But it's kind of sad-I mean they clearly weren't ready for a debut.
Have they grown exponentially skill-wise since then?
Heck yeah, otherwise they wouldn't be doing so good.
That's something to be acknowledged and for the girls to feel proud of but a lot of CEO's and professionals are harsh for a reason.
Because it's needed and they know what it takes to make it.
What are your thoughts on how fans seem to want to sugar coat everything?
Deny valid critiques and more?
If you have differing opinions from each other and me please just be respectful.
I don't want any fights I just want to know if there is another side to this that I am missing.
Or another perspective to look at! ^^