Five Times Idols Showed Theyre Clueless About Internet Slang

Five Times Idols Showed Theyre Clueless About Internet Slang

K-Pop fans love to use memes, but idols have proven time and time again that theyre genuinely clueless when it comes to internet slang.

In fact, there have been several incidents where fans tried to use internet slang, but were misinterpreted by idols, causing confusion everyone.

Here are some of the funniest instantaneous in which idols react to internet slang.

Recently, SHINees Key held a live stream on Instagram where he interacted with his fans both in English and in Korean. It seems that one fan decided to show their excitement over his live stream by stating Im crying at the club as a reference to how happy they were they Key was live.

Things took a humorous turn when Key read the message and become confused at to why his fan was watching his live stream while at the club.

K: youre in the club?

TWICEs Nayeon caused fans an uproar among fans over her cute and innocent question in regards to the phrase I want to fight you. The phrase, written by a fan online during a live stream, was meant to convey how Nayeon is so cute that it made the fan want to fight the idol.

It seems Nayeon really didnt understand and even asked viewers to help her interpret the meaning.

Mariah Carie Auntie is Shaking

The girls of PRISTIN made an online appearance for their fans in which they performed acoustically. After their performance, many fans complimented the girls musical and vocal talents, with some of them stating that singer Mariah Carie must be shaking because of how good the girls vocals were. It seems the compliment did not translate well as the girls seemed to be confused as to why Mariah Carie auntie is shaking.

During a live stream between GOT7s BamBam and his fans, some of the fans showed their unconditional love to the artist by stating that No BamBam meant  no life for the fan. However, poor BamBam seemed to not understand the implications behind No BamBam no life as he asked his fans for the meaning of the phrase.

no bambam no life, what does that mean? bam sweetie, the words speak for themselves

— ㅤ (@got7beingot7) May 15, 2017

In a hilarious turn of events, SHINees Minho was caught on live stream cursing about how his fellow member, Lee Jinki (Onew) is so f*****g cute, as the idol read a fans comment online without knowing the meaning of the phrase. After the comment,  Jonghyun had to then explain to Minho that he could not say such things as they were internet phrases for curse words.

Remember when minho cursed on a live stream and jonghyun yelled at him

— taemin has blue hair (@lovensnsd) March 24, 2017

In an attempt to express their frustration from not receiving the attention of the official After School Club Twitter account, a fan replied to the shows tweet with the phrase KMS. Ironically, it was this tweet that attracted the attention of After School Club, as they asked the user what KMS meant.

Bonus: BTSs Infamous Beach Incident

Confused as to what Jimin had said when he was talking about the beach, V looked genuinely surprised as he thought Jimin had cursed on camera.