a year ago
Miichi
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Bambam under fire!
If you have not heard then that's a good thing! here's what happened and my most honest rant at American fans ever! Stop sharing crap!
First of the media hate on the american site is huge! I thought korean netizens were bad! but never mind... what kind of fan spreads this? why did that girl upload those videos and snap chats? she should be under fire for that because she made her " friends " look bad. as a huge Got7 fan I would never ever spread this on a huge social media, in fact the whole day I have written in most of the post explain something very important and possible! how does someone who listen to kpop not know a single korean word? there are many songs that use the word that people are implying he used. in Korean, "niga" (니가) means "you" - "니" (ni) means you, and "가" is a tag that indicates "you" are the subject of this sentence. When you hear the word "니가" it's not necessarily somebody trying to insult anyone, or trying to sound like a gangster. ?? so... are the people spreading this anti fans? I think so! unless they never heard any of Got7 songs and are literally stanning Got7 because of the looks..
I regret to tell the anti fans that this ^^^ would not and shoulf not be happening for so many reasons! 1: he was not speaking english. 2: Korea has no idea about the rant americans are making. 3: if he does apologize, it would be because he wants to keep people happy.. If he did say then yes he should say sorry because idols are not people like you and I and he should not say things regular people say. in the case he did actually say it, please... tell me you've never said that word in your life while you are amongst friends! which is said in a non racial way. Honestly even black people sometimes loose the sence of the seriousness of this word too. let me be clear: the korean words are facts, educate before judging people. no one is perfect, idols are viewed differently so they expect more. know that by spreading this you jeopardize Got7 as a whole and that it's actually very unfair. There is no I agree or not, but if you want to talk bad about bambam go else where. stop spreading things. Also I'm hoping it doesn't come to korea because all they will do is laugh at americans and question why they even listen to words they don't understand. I have many followers here, everyone is from many different places and I respect them all, however I don't care If I loose people for this, let's support Bambam and educate others. I won't be posting about this matter weather it's good or bad because I just can't deal with it anymore.
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@Miichi I watched the video on Twitter i forgot who, i thought he was speaking korean at first but he said "my nigga" its not even a cuss word
a year ago·Reply
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@IWuvKpop Yeah, I know! 😄
a year ago·Reply
@IwuvKpop any company that sends it's employees abroad do training for the etiquette of that country. they had to be told what is or is not appropriate in that particular culture. that's how they keep stuff like this from happening. if he thought it was such a great idea to say that word, why didn't he say it on stage or in front of fans? if he's not giving excuses for himself, we shouldn't be.
a year ago·Reply
@KendraAlsaybar he didn't know! Mark's "friend" Wendy told him niga meant brother. He also said once live in concert on video if he's saying a bad word to tell him cause HE DOES NOT KNOW
a year ago·Reply
@IWuvKpop I have a hard time believing that, seeing how he not the first kpop idol to get backlash from using the exact same word, but he apologized so hopefully he's smart enough not to get caught next time.
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