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Article: E-Sens explains, "My diss wasn't towards a specific person... I just didn't like hip hop being portrayed that way"
Source: OSEN via Nate
1. [+443, -163] I totally understand where he's coming from... Just because the Brave Brothers say uh huh uh huh yoyoyo, that doesn't make it hip hop;
2. [+318, -78] First and foremost, it's the journalists' fault for exaggerating what E-Sens said and it's also E-Sens' fault for saying things in a way that can bring about misunderstandings. But I do think it's wrong for these gagmen to release songs purely to get in on the hip hop charts. There needs to be a level of respect shown towards each of their charts.
3. [+330, -106] I don't like it as well when gagmen release albums just because they get a bit popular. Their jokes are only funny when it's a gag, there's no reason to release albums out of them. I think it's time that managers start managing celebrity Twitter accounts. These people are tweeting their careers to the ground.
Article: Jung Jun Ha responds to E-Sens' diss, "We're all friends... let's laugh together"
Source: TV Daily via Nate
1. [+443, -82] There are a lot of hip hop musicians that seem to be living in their own hip hop bubbles. Hip hop can surely be used as gag material, no need to get so defensive saying that their professions are being mocked... In a world where we're even doing voice imitations of the president, what makes hip hop musicians so special?
2. [+414, -69] Going by E-Sens' logic, then gagmen should be pissed with Supreme Team as well since Simon D got his name out there through variety shows and gags. Supreme Team did way better after that.
3. [+371, -127] Jung Jun Ha hyung seems to have a really nice heart judging by his response to this