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Friday, October 26, 2012

Are things looking up for Block B?


Article: Rebels on top of the stage, Block B puts on a fun performance with 'Nillili Mambo'

Source: X Sports News via Nate

1. [+613, -362] Honestly speaking, a lot of the more popular stars have completely skipped the reflection part, but these guys reflected for 8 months. I'm not trying to say what they did was right but conclusively, the interviewers in that interview set up a situation where they responded/acted in such a manner. They were at the top of their game with 'Nanrina' when the scandal erupted and they had to shave their head and go into reflection so how frustrating must it have been?

They already apologized and promised to win everyone back over with their music so if you're going to tell these kids that you hate them, at least write it up as criticism instead of hate or stop altogether.

There are a lot more kids worse than Block B doing just fine. People are so quick to scream double standards and defend idols with big fandoms, but to rookies like Block B, they're even quicker to throw the blame on them, telling them to fu*k off or that they're lame.

If you guys are really that bored to leave comments like that, just go grab a one night and strangle yourself.

2. [+512, -263] I like their song. It's exciting and catchy. Fighting to Block B's song.

3. [+501, -281] I wish people would stop telling them to reflect more. There are other stars that haven't reflected at all. They were wrong, yeah, but they have a lot of talents. I hope their song does well this time.

4. [+81, -39] Block B did make a rather big mistake but they shaved their hair, uploaded an apology video, and had a short reflection period. It's time they're given another chance. They were so careful when speaking on Beatles Code... If such a scandal were to erupt again, yeah it's okay to turn your backs on them then, but for now, it'd be better to just watch over them.

5. [+74, -37] It seems they've gotten more talented with this comeback. I hope they manage their condition well and show great performances!

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28 comments:

  1. Time heals all wounds... Fighting Block B! They're coming around slowly.

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  2. Comments are improving, I'm happy \o/

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  3. I feel so relieved reading these comments, it seems like knetizens are finally giving them another chance.

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  4. #4: I'm glad they noticed how careful they were on Beatles Code! I know I wasn't the only one who saw it. I'm glad netizens are finally starting to warm up to them and give them another chance. They're way too talented to be shunned. They'd be missing out on great music <3

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  5. " a lot of the more popular stars have completely skipped the reflection part,"

    i agree to the comment #1. you nailed it!! daebak!!

    adding up to that they even acting its okay & nothing happened. how could they be a role model to young ones?
    ONE NIGHT STAND IS RIGHT NOW!
    MARIJUANA/ILLEGAL DRUGS TAKING IS OKAY FOR YOUNG KIDS AS LONG ITS IN MINIMUM DOSAGE.
    BULLYING ALSO RIGHT BCOZ HE/SHE DESERVED TO BE TREATED THAT WAY!!

    WHAT IS HAPPENING TO THE INTERPRETATION OF RIGHT OR WRONG????




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  6. Haters will continue to make neutrals love Block B.

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  7. Awesome. I freaking love NM and Block B's live stages are <3.

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  8. they are definitely good and they stand out from their idol generation fellas. So... I think they deserve some recognition for that.

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  9. I LOVE this song along with Nalina.

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  10. this song is so freaking catchy

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  11. Ahhhh these netizens insisting on "reflection". I'll never understand that. Fair enough if someone says "I'm guilty" but to ask for reflection when there's no proof artists even DID anything, but just basing on hearsay and shady evidence... now that's pathetic. Before you sentence someone to jail, make sure they're actually guilty first.

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  12. Block B has been through alot. People need to cut them some slack. Welcome back Block B!

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  13. ^ Netizens need to cut EVERYONE some slack.

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  14. Block B fighting!!!

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  15. I don't consider myself a Block B fan, but I have enjoyed their new song and performances.

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  16. If T-ara did reflection like them.....

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  17. I don't want to see any of them with shaved head tho...D:

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  18. The first comment is so well-said. For years I've felt like a lot of the more popular idols don't reflect as much because they rely on their fanbase to protect them. They've become complacent and it's a bit of a turn off. Humility can take you very far in life; this new generation just doesn't get that.

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  19. nillililalalanilliliyanillilimambo
    nillililalalanilliliyanillilimambo
    nillililalalanilliliyanillilimambo~

    this song is so addictive

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  20. nillililalalanilliliyanillilimambo
    nillililalalanilliliyanillilimambo
    nillililalalanilliliyanillilimambo~

    this song is so addictive

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  21. argh sorry for double post ._.
    sometimes what you call "spam" is unintentional...

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  22. AnonymousOctober 26, 2012 10:30 PM

    If T-ara did reflection like them.....




    Still gonna be hated cuz they're a female group.

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    1. Not even. There are certain double standards but reflection is always appreciated because it is part of the culture.

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  23. T-ara would be accepted to look at Baek Ji Young.

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  24. They've done more to apologize than any of the big groups put together. I forgave them 8 months ago. I also agree with this.

    3. [+501, -281] I wish people would stop telling them to reflect more. There are other stars that haven't reflected at all. They were wrong, yeah, but they have a lot of talents. I hope their song does well this time

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  25. ow i never realized how good looking these block B boys were before...but now, gosh the got the talents and the face
    and yeah haters gtfo xD

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  26. This netizen said it best:

    "Do they not know what reflection means? They participated in OSTs, prepared for their album, featured for other artists... How is that reflection? ㅋ It's basically like any other team without a scandal preparing for their next album comeback."

    I guess the next time an idol does something bad they should take a really long time preparing for their next album, I mean "reflect longer".

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