Korean Music Icon J.Y. Park Criticizes Followers’ Dance Abilities
Dance challenges are a staple as of late with TikTok blowing up songs and sound bites that characteristic choreography mimicked by 1000’s.
However this Okay-pop dance problem to “Groove Again” by Korean music icon J.Y. Park has confronted some backlash as Park has critiqued followers’ dance strikes on-line.
On Instagram, he reposted a number of followers’ movies, writing captions like, “Love the power! However please discover and watch the dance tutorial I made. It was made for individuals such as you,” with a coronary heart.
As reported by Allkpop, one other learn, “Nice for day 1! Earlier than you begin day 2, you must rotate the opposite manner.”
“Sweetheart, you are rotating the mistaken manner,” he added.
“Bought the groove however not the transfer. Have a look at the strikes extra exactly sweetheart,” he captioned one other.
He additionally stated, “Woman you positively bought the groove! However you do not have the strikes precisely. Please watch my groove dance tutorial and add once more cuz I will be ready!”
“I might by no means ever do the groove again problem trigger think about being placed on public blast by JYP,” one fan tweeted.
One other individual tweeted, “JYP doesnt play in the case of the groove again dance.”
Many followers criticized the singer for his harsh critiques.
“I discover it extraordinarily bizarre how JYP is critiquing individuals doing covers of his music? ‘do that not that’ shut up they’re having enjoyable,” one individual stated.
“Why is JYP critiquing everybody’s dance challenges as if they’re auditioning for his firm i can’t with this man,” one other fan added.
Park is the founding father of JYP Leisure, one of many greatest music firms in South Korea. He served as head of the corporate, managing and growing teams, from 1997 to 2011.
The corporate has produced standard teams like Stray Youngsters, Itzy, Twice, GOT7, and the long-lasting Surprise Women.
Park has launched seven solo albums and a protracted checklist of singles over time, together with “Groove Again.”
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