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Saturday, March 23, 2013

[Pann] G-Dragon's swear word beanie poses another problem


Pann: G-Dragon wears a hat demeaning women

1. [+107, -14] Can he please check the words on his clothing before he wears them? I can't even imagine how tough his fangirls have it

2. [+108, -10] GD, please think before you wear things. How many times have you been on the chopping block for things like this?

3. [+101, -33] This isn't the first time he's been on the chopping block like this, there's almost no point anymore because he doesn't listen to what anyone says so us fans can't shield him. I just don't like it when other fandoms use GD as a shield for things their idols did wrong. For example, SHINee and SNSD fans when they were under controversy for the swear word hat. They were running around leaving comments like "Don't hate on Onew because GD wore things like this too"... GD is always used by other fandoms as their shield whenever they get into scandals. Stop. Just admit what's wrong, accept the hate, and move on.

4. [+22, -5] Please, as a VIP, I'm begging you.. Please, just quietly... don't come out on TV.. Just go to the army, reflect for a few years, and then come back out... It's not that I hate you, GD, but what're you going to do about the public's response towards you? As a fan, it pisses me off, it frustrates me, it disappoints me... Just stay quiet and go to the army.. (If you go public service, I'm serious done as a fan of this group)... Please.

5. [+21, -0] He does drugs, wearing stuff like this is nothing to him

6. [+20, -2] Fu*k, is he crazy? ㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋ

7. [+18, -1] Doesn't matter if he's talented, he's got nothing up in his head

8. [+14, -0] How are Onew and Sunny even comparable to GD? They've only been in controversy once over this but GD's been in a string of several controversies...

9. [+13, -2] Seems like he's doing it on purpose at this point...

10. [+14, -1] This one has just turned me off from him completely sigh ㅡㅡ

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292 comments:

  1. it is in pretty low taste and typical indicative of a douche when guys or girls wearshit like this tbh.

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  2. I'm pretty sure he knows that his clothing have swearwords on them, lol..

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  3. how come they only just noticed it today? that picture was posted months ago. >,<

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  4. right? lol if they wanna put him on the chopping block, at least use something recent lol

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  5. Now I'm afraid... Those hats with profanity are getting popular :S

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  6. I wonder how old some of the ppl upset abt this stuff are? I argue they're younger than most of the ppl they're trying to lecture

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  7. Even in America if I saw someone wearing something with the word 'cunt' on it it'd be in poor taste. I'm a VIP and GD is my bias but he seriously needs to just sit and think for a bit. I understand that netizens get upset about things easily but to just keep doing it makes it worse.

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  8. i wear stupid shirts too if u dont like it dont look at it

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  9. There's so much chopping-block material on his material i'm surprised it hasn't reached them yet.

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  10. The real crime is how tacky the hat is... super fug omfg; there's nothing cool about wearing a beanie labeling yourself as a cunt lmao.

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  11. I am. Never said anyone had to share my opinion.

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  12. obviously~ I don't think you get that I'm being sarcastic but ok

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  13. I seriously think, GD just wears this stuff because he thinks he's cool but then he on the other hand, he doesn't even know what they mean.

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  14. GD knows enough english to know what a lot of his clothes say tho

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  15. oh please no one in the right mind would wear a beanie with the word 'cunt' on it. Definitely not cool -.-

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  16. "8. [+14, -0] How are Onew and Sunny even comparable to GD? They've only been in controversy once over this but GD's been in a string of several controversies... "



    MTE.

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  17. Take it easy! It's ironic.. The world would be boring without bad boys... Idols don't have to be G-rated 24/7! Supportz for Sunny, Onew, GD!!!

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  18. "5. [+21, -0] He does drugs, wearing stuff like this is nothing to him"
    true.

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  19. Yeah half of his vocabulary comprises of swear words LOL
    Nonetheless, let him wear what he wants to wear just don't come to US cause he'll be a laughing stock.

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  20. I'm more disturbed by the people in the photo with him. lol

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  21. maybe he feels like wearing it bcoz he wants to look cool but well, it's not

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  22. ...and i quote "wear SHIT like this tbh." ...so YOU'RE the only one allowed to swear in this world? HYPOCRICY is what i call low taste

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  23. not going to judge GD but netizens gonna hate no matter what GD does cause he didn't reflect long enough ... might as well wear whatever the fuck you want cause haters gone hate ... he knows it too probably does it on purpose for haters satisfaction

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  24. he forgot that hes an "idol" . . . just stop with all that-so-called swag things . infinite fail for him

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  25. doubt netizen #3 really is a VIP. what kind of fan wants their idol to bend to the will of haters and disappear? G-dragon obviously made mistakes & he broke the law with his marijuana scandal, but the ACTUAL POLICE asserted that the trace level of marijuana found in his hair was so low that only a fine was needed. I feel like those netizens are just mad that G-dragon is less-than-pristine and yet is still so commercially successful. they need to get over themselves.

    I don't like hat though. makes him look like he's trying too hard to look edgy.

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  26. Netizens can hate all they want, but One of a Kind was a commercial success and won end-of-the-year awards, so obviously whatever G-Dragon's doing is working for him and YG, so....................... shrug

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  27. I remember when GD (and Big Bang in general) were influential with youth fashion back in mid 07 to roughly 2010 among Koreans...but this guy's just getting more extreme further down the road since then.


    To be frank, even a clown could be considered classier than GD. The guy's got 'wannabe' written all over him.

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  28. ok this is really old!!!!!!!! i love GD he is my bias but that CUNT beanie is not cool!! so trashy!!! and the ppl with him in the pic !! the fuck!!!!!!

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  29. "Seems like he's doing it on purpose at this point"




    duh. do you think he was just walking and the hat dropped on his head?

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  30. Now I see why he wants to get out of Korea

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  31. That's funny because I think it's fucking excellent. I love it when these people wear stuff with swears on it. Fake swag is one of k-pop's most guilty pleasures.

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  32. He is a grown ass man, wtf would anyone care what he wears? This is getting pointless. Next Netizens will be complaining about him breathing the same air as them

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  33. Isn't that an old pic though?
    I'm not even his fan, but i'm pretty sure i've seen it before

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  34. if he does and comes to America, instead of "hating" him they'll laugh. He'll have a much tougher job here.

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  35. yeah,I love Korea but seriously they NEED TO LIVE at the 21st CENTURY & not in their ANCIENT TIME.

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  36. damn even shinee and snsd copying him now

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  37. 4. [+22, -5] Please, as a VIP, I'm begging you.. Please, just quietly...
    don't come out on TV.. Just go to the army, reflect for a few years,
    and then come back out... It's not that I hate you, GD, but what're you
    going to do about the public's response towards you? As a fan, it pisses
    me off, it frustrates me, it disappoints me... Just stay quiet and go
    to the army.. (If you go public service, I'm serious done as a fan of
    this group)... Please.

    ^ Not sure if real fan or poser...I'm not even a VIP but I don't see it as a big deal (and I am a female). Yeah...c*** is pretty derogatory...but like...I'm pretty sure I remember reading somewhere that, GD's already expressed he doesn't give a f*** about the public's response...

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  38. This was posted months ago lol. I think they just try to find shit to bitch about. Also why don''t they ever complain about idols wearing the commes des fuck down hats and shirts or do they not understand what it means.

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  39. This. It makes K-Pop so much more entertaining.

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  40. I honestly was going to said, what is the big fuss? is just a word, but then i though, even is just a word this have an impact in the people, like when people hear music that degrades womens. If you, like a women think "is just a song" and dance and sing to it, is like you dont care about your image at all.

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  41. It is he posted it in like december i think

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  42. looks like junhyung has some competition now xD

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  43. Just imagine if K netizens saw the photos that GD likes on instagram!!

    they would be fucking pissed

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  44. stop with the swag word plz

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    1. Don't try spelling with swag to, PLEASE!

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  45. ugh people put too much power into words.

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  46. 9. [+13, -2] Seems like he's doing it on purpose at this point...



    Of course he is. It's like when you tell children not to do something and they do it anyway just to get a rise out you. It's working.

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  47. We think that it doesn't matter but these words are inserted in our brain circuitry subliminally and at the end of the day, we might see ourselves doing what we see from other people like what GD's doing right now. Imagine some of his fangirls might go buy a beanie or cap with the word CUNT on it and wear it while telling themselves "GD wears this too"

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  48. i hate those beanie hats in general so fucking ugly!!

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  49. I think they just try and find shit to bitch about. 1) this pic is old 2) why don't they ever complain about idols wearing the "comees des fuck down" hats and shit. Do they not underatand what it says lol. I

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  50. I don't like the word much either, but if the shoe fits...

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  51. He is desperately trying to be hipster. Just look at him.
    His idol is Rihanna. What do you expect.

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    1. You clearly no nothing about hipsters... Just no you're embarrassing yourself with that statement.

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  52. Even if his a " grown ass man" , His still a celebrity and has million of teenage fans. He could easily influence them and that's bad okay.

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  53. I doesn't really make sense that after surviving that marijuana scandal (which could've COMPLETELY destroyed his career) he's still doing stuff that pushes people's buttons. It's like he got a second chance but seems to be jeopardizing it for no good reason. Of course this hat isn't that big of a deal, but these little controversial things are starting to build up and if he upsets people too much then he might really screw himself over.

    I'm not saying that GD doesn't already have haters who are going to criticize him 24/7, but I'm not sure how much he expects people to tolerate from him. He's just asking for trouble and if everything blows up in his face he'll have no one to blame but himself :/

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  54. K netizens should know G Dragon said his idol is Rihanna.
    He is just going to get worst after time.

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  55. its so popular in america atm all of the hipster fags wear it. so annoying

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  56. lmao a knetz should make a pann post of his likes..

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  57. Who the fuck cares anyways? Those beanies are only deemed trendy to those who are heavily into the fashion scene. I'm not a fan of GD but I sure do appreciate his fashion sense. I'd rather have him stand out than to be dressed up like every other damn korean out there. (aka northface puffer jackets with those damn awful knock-off nike colorblock RUNNING shoes) Since when was there a restriction when it comes to what people wear? If you don't like it then tough luck, suck it up and move on. After all the whole point of fashion and clothing is to express yourself through a physical shell. It's another form of freedom of expression, and I am pretty sure he is smart enough to know what he is wearing.


    Even with the whole kim na-young fiasco with her outfits featured in vogue, knetizens were accusing her outfits for being "outlandish". Brb, let me go buy a northface jacket, perhaps then i'll be labeled as attractive by my own people.

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    1. You do know that Big Bang endorses them north face jackets right?! They're one of the brand's model!! = )

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  58. those people look like crackheads. pretty sure he got high with them

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  59. i'm kind of impressed the original title highlights that it's demeaning to women.

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  60. [+14, -0] How are Onew and Sunny even comparable to GD? They've only
    been in controversy once over this but GD's been in a string of several
    controversies.

    why dont you tell your precious oppar and unni to stop copying him and go back to wearing their cute clothes yeah?

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  61. During GD controversy many of his fans easily accept his mistake and covered for him, Making it seems like it's not a big deal when in reality it is.

    and GD still has millions of fans girls behind him, ready to buy whatever shit he does and attack you whenever you say something bad about him.

    The main reason he still standing now is because of those fans.

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    1. Not really, he has a choice. He could have stayed or he could have left. He chose to stay. I vips were divided when the situati
      You know what. I can't I'm to tird for this shit.

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  62. im surprised that people are still shocked over stuff like this from GD, i guess they dont have access to his instagram or heard his song for mugler lmao theyd prob burst a vein. tbh honest im a vip and even though GD is not my bias, ive given up on criticising for stuff like this cause its kinda obvious he just doesnt care lool and i think from his pov he wants fans to like him for his music rather than an image that they've created for him although that doesnt really excuse his actions

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  63. A fan that wants the best for him? If my bias was prancing around looking like a f*cking idiot, I would be embarassed as hell, I wouldn't even say I'm a *insert k-pop fandom name here*. They all need to go to the army and get it over with tbh.

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  64. If you think that the word "cunt", on someone's cap, completely out of the context of a sentence, is something that degrades women, then that says more about your own personal issues than anything G-Dragon thinks.

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  65. that's not fair so your precious oppar can wear what he wants but our precious oppar and unnis can't :( let them all wear what they want it's not hurting anyone

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  66. oh please like gdruggin' invented swear words

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  67. Or maybe he likes cunts.

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  68. I don't care about the word 'fuck' but this is just in really poor taste. Wasn't cool when Lady Gaga did it and it's certainly not alright here. I really hope he stops and thinks about what he's doing next time.

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  69. "G-Druggin oppa! Why are those SM plastics copying you? Make them go away :c"

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  70. Hul...that picture is super OLD. Netizens must be bored.

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  71. It's an old pic from London... He visited a clothing store there and I think that beanie is one of their products... Still he sould have known better....

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  72. GD has worn controversial stuff since debut days.

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  73. He should wear a "I love big black cocks" t-shirt and see what kind of response he gets from his fans.

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  74. someone is digging...this is from like 5 months ago lol

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  75. omg........
    idek what they would say lmao

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  76. it really is, i can't believe some people think its appropriate to use, its not just a swear word, it has a meaning and he don't give a fuck and about him neither do i~ respect lost~ and you can come at me about how it was a "mistake", the mistake was the marijuana, he is choosing to disrespect women and himself.

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  77. if i could speak korean i would defintely make a pann post of the stuff GD likes on instagram
    i'd love to see netizens response.

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  78. nah it would just post it in english and let them translate.

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  79. You love Block B Club? omo~ ME TOO!! <33333


    Seriously though, I was laughing my ass off when I heard their fandom name is BBC(Block B).

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  80. but it just looks so incredibly try-hard and contrived though.

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  81. but then you look like a sad try-hard tbh.

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  82. I don't have it tough at all as his fan. Why should things he wears bother me? I am really indifferent to that sort of thing.

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  83. i mean i could make it, all i need is a title. G-Dragon Instagram likes(in korean). i don't even have to include an explanation or description, the photos will speak for itself.

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  84. its quite obvious that hes doing it for attention..much the same as how most US stars do it like Rihanna and Chris Brown. how else would u expect him to remain fresh in pple's minds when hes not promoting music!?

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  85. If you read again you can see that I didnt say that it degrades women i said that have an impact on people and also added an example.

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  86. I know right like say a beanie with "Nigga" on it. G-dragon should be able to wear that anytime too right. It's just a word why do we have to put so much power into it.

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  87. yeah, is probably one of those random people that say that they are fans even though they are not

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  88. Just post the link and use google translate lol

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  89. lets blame it all on gd. onew and sunny wearing swear word hats? no problem, gd wore it first so lets blame him!

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  90. And then what? They wear a beanie with the word "CUNT" on it... then what? At the end of the day, they just wore an article of clothing with a swear word on it.

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  91. when did gd says hes idol is rihanna??

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  92. That's because it is. I'll take the contrived version over the real deal anyday.

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  93. He's undergoing an identity crisis tbqh. His image is all over the place. He's trying to revolt against the idol box and be a real artist, but he doesn't understand that this is not the way to go about it. He's not evolving at all, which is the sad thing about this whole act. He's just regurgitating shit and placing a GD stamp on it. His look is old, his act is old, his music is dated, everything is not fresh at all. Everything he is doing as of late has come off as incredibly contrived. These type of people in the entertainment world always act like they don't give a fuck, but in reality they do, for example Rihanna. He is acting like he doesn't give a fuck and that he is all about that wayward life and yet he appears on tv crying/being sad about the media response/public response to his current lifestyle.

    I don't care about what he does, but if you are going to go all the way with this act, then don't complain when people are not bowing down to your shit.

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  94. google translate sucks!! im not going to ask any korean people for help with the title either bc they will think i am weird...

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  95. Swag means boastful and I don't know why people keep that word cool.. saying you're a swag is like saying you're arrogant and boastful human being...

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  96. Honestly when we wore other things like curse words or whatever I didn't care.
    But this is something else this word it's not just a curse it's a derogatory word used against women and is highly offensive.
    Seriously as a fan of this guy I find this offensive.
    Not just gd and person wo wears this on clothing seriously wtf

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  97. Perfect comment. Couldn't have said it any better.
    That's why he likes Rihanna so much,....

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  98. Yeah but us that all a good thing? Fans can defend and make excuses for him all they want, but GD might not have enough fans to save him if a big enough controversy comes along. Fans are a big part of an idols career, but don't forget that the public, corporate sponsors, and other "big shots" are the ones that can end anyone's career in a snap.


    Plus why do stuff that makes your fans have to do damage control all the time? It could get very exhausting at some point and he'll start losing support. GD is causing unnecessary stress on fans that try to shield him and it kinda makes it seem like he's taking his help for granted.

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  99. I'm not saying swag is cool, I'm just saying that fake swag is what he's doing. Why is everyone obsessed with this 'swag' word jeez. I would have picked a different word if I knew you people were going to be a bunch of fucking crybabies about it.

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  100. Uhh no. That's not what it means. I know ever since white people have started using that word it's kinda lost its meaning but c'mon, that's not what it means. lol
    PS: You are better off looking it up in the urban dictionary than a real one.

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  101. http://oi56.tinypic.com/10epnxg.jpg

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  102. That's...not... what... hipster.. is LOL
    Kpop fans are so lost. Keep amusing me.

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  103. Just say g dragons likes? post the i don't give a fuck song too they'll crack it lol

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  104. Context: this photo was 3 months ago, when Big Bang played in London. It was taken in a store that was (presumably) selling the hat. There's no evidence that he purchased the hat or has worn in public or private since. The store posted the picture.


    To me, his wearing of the hat seems like private speech and fleeting usage,

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  105. Clothes or clothing style aren't indicative of character. It IS indicative of a judgmental asshole however making generalization on people's character based on their appearance.

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  106. So what is the exact word then huh? because i don't want to say swag or anything.... btw aren't you a kpop fan also if you are on this site?

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  107. I wonder which part of the United States you live in... Amish country??


    Are you fucking kidding me?


    CUNT is used so much in America that it doesn't phase anyone who hasn't been living under a rock. -_- Jfc.

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  108. what are you like an expert on this type of lifestyle or something? gtfo!!
    swag actually comes from the word "swagger"

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  109. wtf are you saying?? everyone in american knows that the word cunt is the lowest of the low for a cuss word.

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  110. What's the male equivalent of "cunt" anyway?

    Asshole? Pencil dick?

    Does such a word even exist?

    Words that offend you only hurt your feelings because you let them. They're just words.

    It's when people actually go out and do shit like beat women (*cough* Chris Brown *cough*) that you should get angry. Especially when society has somehow deemed him acceptable even though he made Rihanna's face look like this: http://www.hercampus.com/sites/default/files/media_crop/23720/public/rihanna-beat-up-by-chris-brown.jpg

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  111. Why the fuck did those designers even make a hat like that. Dafuq. Is this what passes for fashion these days??

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  112. What's wrong with having an impact on people.

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  113. Nevermind the fact that he didn't design it. Let's not throw shade at all fashion designers who incorporate swear words in their clothing, just hate on the easy target.


    /netizen logic/

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  114. dudeee where have you been.. those ugly beanie hats are the rage.

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  115. nah, that's not how it works in the real world. Many people judge entirely on first impressions alone. Your appearance is a reflection of yourself. The way you present yourself could lead clues to your personality/self-esteem.

    If you bought clothes that have this type of shit, then yeah people are going to judge you, because this is a derogatory term towards a whole gender. If the words on the hat were "the world is shit", he could have gotten away with it.

    Anyway, If I saw someone wear a t-shirt with the n-word/any offensive term on it, I can tell you right away that the person deserves judgment. No one forced you to buy these type of clothes, it was out of your own free will. So yes, it is indicative of what type of person you are.

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  116. i am from NYC and i can defintely tell you that Cunt is the worst curse word you can use.. Every American knows this....

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  117. GD does not care about the public opinion, these netizens are wasting their fonts... He's still making money, that's all that matters.

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  118. seriously i used to be his fan & still i think he's one of the best rappers in kpop but as a person i don't like him anymore... i don't understand what he's trying to prove all the time.. yes you are different, we know but that doesn't mean you have to prove it all the time... he's a public figure for god's sake

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  119. no one gives a crap about CB beating rihanna's ass at this point because obv the bitch likes that shit
    she went back to him

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  120. Cut that bullshit out. Words like this are connected to history because men used this put a gender in "their place." And no words are not just words. If someone called someone the n-word or f---got do you think they should suddenly not feel offense. Those are violent words that are connected to the historical suppression of a class of people.

    It's called microaggressions. Not everything that is bad is a in your face kind of ordeal, so much of this stuff is subtle. Also, you don't have the right to tell people how to react to offensive shit. If people allow small things like this pass, then it leaves room for the acceptance of bigger things. Get educated.

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  121. you must be from a backwater hick town rite. Don't try and perpetuate that bullshit that the word is not offensive. That word is offensive full stop. Gosh, there's so many gross dudebros on this site now.

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  122. Do you honestly think he doesn't care? He is an entertainer that thrives from public opinion. His current schtick right now is a response to the public's view of him. His job is to cater to the masses that still believe that he is "carefree." If it gets to the point that his cf contracts get cancelled, you can bet that he will start projecting himself as a classy, quiet boy.

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  123. don't mind them they are just a delusional vip fan.

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  124. The word Cunt is less offensive in UK

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  125. people always like to use this excuse. I've lived in chelsea before, and though the word is used more in the uk, everyone knows this shit is still offensive.

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  126. really? You're not going to judge him wearing a beanie with the word 'cunt' on it?

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  127. I think you are reading way too much into this tbh. It's just clothes... people can wear things just bc they think it's cool or interesting. And this is not anything new lol. Like the comment said, he wore the same type of shit in 2009, before it was "cool" dare I say. Just bc it's GD, ppl will try to like make up a back-story to everything. lol He's upset bc he lives his life under a fucking microscope and he can't do shit without people cross-analyzing it. Same reason why every celebrity is upset.


    Also lol what are you even talking about? He's still bringing it if it wasn't obvious by the incredible bounce back he made from his scandal. Slowly, he is also getting recognition from outside of Asia. But lol you can keep imagining his success is declining if it makes u feel better.

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  128. They are getting popular even outside if idols. I don't really get the recent media/fashion's obsession with profanity. It's weird.

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  129. Woah. No it's not. Quite the opposite really. Americans know that Cunt is the worst word to use hands down.

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  130. Well, as a grown ass man, he should know what offensive and what's not.

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  131. Bullshit, nowhere in the country is cunt the 'okay' curse word.

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  132. Yeah I'm black so I am definitely an expert on this. You should trust my knowledgeable ass to guide your lost soul.

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  133. buwaahaha..like he'll survive here

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  134. "Yeah I'm black so I am definitely an expert on this."

    ...........wut.

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  135. I don't think a cap has enough space for a context. Cap makers simply make caps and print words on them. If you don't like them, don't wear it.


    The fact that he had the choice and he chose to wear it probably knowing what it means and knowing he's a public figure is the problem.

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  136. The real problem are the people next to him. What the f*ck are they doing???

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  137. What to expect from G-drugging.

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  138. umm okay do you want a cookie? or maybe some fried chicken?

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  139. Typical deluded fan response. Can you show me the receipts of him getting high acclaim outside of South Korea. And don't post fake ass articles that are obviously media play. If he tries to bring his fraudulent, music-biting ass outside of south korea especially to the american market, he will flop faster than a fish. This try-hard plagiarized the likes of flo rida for goodness sake. He can do whatever he wants, but his fans have such trouble understanding that not everyone is as blinded as them and can see through his fake persona.
    I'm not even going to explain why that particular message is offensive. That's your job to educate yourself.

    You can keep imagining that this poser is breaking down boundaries in the music business. xoxo

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  140. Who the fuck doesnt want a cookie and fried chicken? Those are tasty as fuck.

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  141. Grrl you are so on point with this comment!! I feel this exact way about GD....i just never can put it into words

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  142. words can hurt. Physical pain can be healed with time, psychological trauma is invisible and can severely stunt a person's self esteem for life.

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  143. okay here are some cookies and fried chicken..

    so plz educate me more on swagness since you said youre an expert because of your blackness

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  144. also, disgusting that you put a picture of Rihanna like this. We all know what he did, but adding this was unnecessary.

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  145. dont forget the kool aid!!!

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  146. urban street gang fashion emulation??

    LOLOLOL

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  147. He is allow to wear whats he wants and people are allow to call him out for wearing it. It works both way. There are things that isnt not acceptable to wear in public, this is one of those things.

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  148. Umn Im not black. I dont think i can educate you on swagness considering you cant really educate a drooling moron.

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  149. *clap* Spoken like a true netizen.
    As a fan, what I want is for him to keep being the successful bitch he is and to continue pissing off his haters.

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  150. OMG I'm such a hater! Everyone is such a hater! Stop hating guys! Ya'll just hating! If you cant swallow the delusions that GD cant do any wrong, if you dont just lap up all the dumb shit GD does with a smile- then you must be hating.

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  151. I CAN. WATCH. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yak43p72kl4

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  152. Preach. It's funny how these people act like everyone is out to tear down the artist. They don't seem to understand the concept of constructive criticism.

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  153. Um, just by being on the internet you are a netizen, lol.

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  154. at the end of the day it is just a hat.

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  155. If we're going to get all "connected to history" about this, "cunt" comes from the Latin word "cunnus" and is actually the anatomically correct term, whereas "vagina" is the swear word as in Latin it originally meant "sheath" or "scabbard".

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  156. He choose to wear it and post it. It is very valid to call him out for wearing it.

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  157. There is a bit of a delay between normal word and kpop appreciably. Guys, we are kind of over the swag thing since last year!

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  158. or maybe he is poor in English. he didn't know the meaning....;p

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  159. kpopwillneverstopMarch 24, 2013 at 3:17 AM

    Puh-lease. Chris Brown is not the only celebrity to beat up on a woman.


    Evil Knievel beated beat his girlfriend in 1994 in a California hotel


    Vince Neil assaulted his ex-gf in a Las Vegas club.


    John Lennon beated his two wives (including Yoko Ono) and even emotionally abused his son (He even told his son he hated the way his son laughed).

    Sean Penn, Josh Brolin, Tommy Lee, & Charlie Sheen have had domestic charges as well. But since Charlie is WINNING~~~, we'll let it slide /end sarcasm.

    Oh, but since Chris Brown is black, of course we're gonna make sure the world sees this.

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  160. "I feel like those netizens are just mad that G-dragon is less-than-pristine and yet is still so commercially successful"

    Ding! Ding! Bingo! Also combined with the fact that they have tried so fucking hard to bring him down for so long... and they have just utterly failed. Haters thought he was done for with the weed. Nope. If drug use can't bring GD down, well very little else can lol. This is how powerful GD's grasp on his position is. The result of having built an empire on more than good looks and a clean reputation. Knetizens don't like it. A celebrity whose fate they can't twist around their fingers? Scary as shit. Kill it with fire.

    What's funnier is that they don't even realize that GD is making them change their standards. Every idol that does anything wrong is now forgiven with "Well GD smoked weed". And voila! Scandal forgotten. Really, idols can do just about anything now and the retributions will not be as harsh. Companies are also taking note that while netizens can talk that talk, they don't always walk that walk as proven by GD's successful comeback. Well, now all these threats netizens make seem empty, now don't they? Without even knowing it, GD has influenced them and threatened their power in the industry.

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  161. Even though I dont like GD, damn thats just cruel to think about. He's going to get laugh at even worse than Souja Boy, Nickleback and Bieber.


    He knows as much as the top 40 teaches him so Im guessing GD will be putting thrift shop and honkie in his song soon.

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  162. Most people don't think like you so maybe you should understand.

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  163. But there are limits, you know. He's a public figure.

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  164. I know. Fucking ridiculous, isn't it. Hence "swag".

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  165. ...uh even in the English language we don't use that word. It's like a taboo word..

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  166. This was like 3 mouths ago ............

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  167. IDK basically everything he's been doing is demonstrating how he
    is growing a fanbase overseas? World tour, music charts, western celebs actually knowing his work... do I really need to tell you? I'm sure you know already. You've seen the articles; read the boastful comments from VIPs. Big Bang is at the forefront of this whole Hallyu thing into the western world (after Psy ofc). Maybe they would flop if they made advancement but right now they're leading. honey. And you're faves need 2 keep up. lol

    I don't need to imagine anything because all the figures and facts are in my favour. There are no questions about it. My faves are incredibly successful and they are influencing the Korean music industry as we speak. I bet even ur faves are big fans. x) There sure are a lot of blind people in Korea~~ :(

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  168. Oh yeah, because it's so important to go along with the crowd and not have any opinions or think for myself, but just blindly go along with what the majority thinks without ever questioning anything either netizens or other people in the comments section say. Then I'd fit right in with the Netizenbuzz community, wouldn't I.

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  169. Godamn, are we doing this here too? People keep bring up CB because he shows absolutely no remorse for his action. Ever since his comeback, all he has done is childishly lashing out at people who criticize him.The people are extremely forgetful and the media is awfully forgiving (underline awful) so if he had not thrown tantrums like the way he does on twitter, people would have forgotten about it too. The reason that the others dont get as much flack as CB is because there was no internet to keep regurgitating the same material over and over again.

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  170. Thank you VERY much. You've NAILED IT.

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  171. Oh my god, you are such a delusional fangirl! You know what is actually influencing Kpop? AMERICAN MUSIC TRENDS.

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  172. I really love your comment. I'm a VIP and I TOTALLY agree with you.

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  173. I didn't say you were a hater? (: I simply stated my true wishes as a loyal fan. If you include yourself in that group, that's to your own discretion.

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  174. Lies. That word is considered one of the worst curse words.

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  175. I was surprised. Didn't think SM would allow that.

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  176. Yeah well FUCK THAT.

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  177. "There sure are a lot of blind people in Korea~~ :("


    Now you're just being an insult to people that really are blind.

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  178. ........... Do you not understand sarcasm? Maybe some sort of reading comprehension problem? I didnt think I was speaking to a kid. I would feel kind of bad for insulting a 12 year old over the internet.

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  179. Just because you're a female and you don't find the word c**t offensive doesn't mean other females (or males) don't. It's actually pretty sad that you wouldn't find a derogatory word used to put down women offensive. In the English speaking world it's pretty much one of the worst swear words you can use.

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  180. If he wants to be treated like a man he should act like an adult. Wearing clothes with swear words on them (even if they're swear words in another language) to be "cool" isn't something a man does, it's something a child/teenager does.

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  181. I think I'm pissing you off bc you know I'm right. You'd be the delusional one to think Big Bang isn't influencing kpop!

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  182. He's a public figure in Korea. What he does is what will his fans do, especially those teens. It might seem like it's an invasion of right or something, but there are just things that he should know and not break. I kinda understand both sides... But this kind takes the cake.

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