In a recent THERE IS beat video, BoA became a hot topic after her shocking comment about watching the ‘Stamp On It’ music video.
BoA’s remark about watching the music video for “Stamp On It” was criticized — here’s why
On January 22nd, GOT the beat BoA became the center of criticism after saying about their latest release ‘Stamp On It’.
In particular, on the 16th, SM Entertainment announced the comeback of girl group ‘Avenger’ GOT the beat with their first mini-album ‘Stamp On It’ and the title track of the same name previously released on January 1 at the concert ‘SMTOWN LIVE 2023: SMCU [email protected]”.
Since then, the group has promoted the album and the song by appearing on various music shows and award ceremonies, such as “M Countdown,” which aired on January 19.
On January 21, the aforementioned music show uploaded a funk of the contestants featuring behind-the-scenes footage during filming.
However, among the videos, BoA, the senior member of the group, has attracted huge attention with her funky content.
Initially, the idol congratulated Jumping B.O.A., her fans who attended the taping and thanked them for taking the time to come.
However, when she started promoting GOT the beat, one of her statements was not liked by netizens. She said:
“That’s it, the number of views of the video is not as high as I thought. Please watch it more often. Happy Lunar New Year”.
In the clip, it is seen that BoA is only teasing her supporters, and offline viewers are laughing along with the contestants.
However, netizens who saw the video complained about it, stating:
- “Well, maybe if the song is good.”
- “Why do you think we don’t want to watch it?
- “I’m surprised she actually said that.”
At the time, fans and netizens said that the MV had few views, noting that the lyrics and melodies of the new song “Print on it” are disappointing. Unlike their first digital single ‘Step Back’ released last year, their new song did not win the hearts of the current generation.
People express discomfort after BoA’s remark about the average age of the beat
Another remark BoA made that made fans uncomfortable was that she accidentally blurted out the middle age of the track.
“If we add up all our years of promotion, we’d be 70 years old, so we’re considered grand old men (in the music industry).”
Taeyong and Hyeon countered that it wasn’t that bad, and the latter even said that it didn’t show from their looks and started acting nice.
However , BoA He jokingly called and said:
“Why are you trying to be nice?”
Observing the atmosphere, the participants who became friends during the year’s promotion were just joking, given the wave of laughter.
But there are netizens who criticized BoA for spoiling the mood and not being able to read the numbers. According to some netizens, it’s clear that the younger contestants, including Wendy and Taeyong, also felt awkward and surprised by her words, but still tried to laugh it off.
People continued to claim that BoA was used to promoting solo; thus her attitude and called on SM to disband the group and continue the Girls On Top (GOT) member rotation system.
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Meanwhile, I UNDERSTOOD the beat debuted their single ‘Step Back’ in January of last year. When they were introduced, the super girl group immediately caught the attention of many fans as stars from SM Entertainment’s girl groups such as BoA, Girls’ Generation’s Taeyong and Hyeon, Red Velvet’s Seulgi and Wendy, Karina and Winter came together.