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Hyuna, the lead dancer and rapper of 4Minute, is definitely beautiful and a great dancer – and while some others don’t like her harsh rap style and its discontinuity with her look, her style makes her one of the best kpop rappers.
But Hyuna’s overwhelming popularity has also led to her facing some incredibly harsh criticism for her (viewed as) “slutty” persona.
Hyuna also was a part of the group’s television show “MTV Wonder Girls” for two seasons, co-hosted with Wonder Girls’ Sohee and Fly to the Sky singer Brian Joo at “Show!
Music Core” from from May 12 to June 30 and took part in the first filming of “Tell Me” music video, but then she was withdrawn from the group by her parents due to their concern over her problems with chronic gastroenteritis and fainting spells.- Suffered from depression due to leaving the Wonder Girls, which made her lose a lot of weight.- When Hyuna left Wonder Girls, a lot of unthoughtful rumors came out and there was a time when she wrote on her Cyworld that she did not want to live anymore.- She remained good friends with Wonder Girls’ members after her withdrawal from the group.
He will not make it easy for Minho to get to know him or get close to him.
Se7en′s agency revealed, "The two people were there for each other during hard times and have been seeing each other for several months." Lee Da Hae′s agency confirmed dating rumors by adding, "The two are friends of the same age and gradually began dating after becoming more than friends." Meanwhile, a media outlet previously reported on September 7 that Se7en and Lee Da Hae have been dating for 1 year after being friends for many years.
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var _rnb = $('#sub AD_side'); //_rnb.css("background","#000").css('opacity','0.1'); var main Bnr Height = $('#main Bnr').is(":visible")?As The Grand Narrative puts it: For rather than actually admitting to the sexuality in their groups’ performances, thereby placing the onus on the music program producers and public to explain just what is it that is so problematic about that exactly, instead they even force their own performers to be complicit in a long–held narrative of female virginity and innocence in K-pop.