FNC recently debuted subunit AoA Cream to supposedly highlight the less popular members. Since AoA Black has the band concept, fans were wondering what AoA Cream was going to do. Teasers indicated a cute concept along the lines of Orange Caramel or Rainbow Pixie, though the former leans toward satirical while the latter, in their one release “Hoi Hoi,” played it straight. Turns out AoA Cream went with the latter approach, which is actually a smart move on their part given that copycat accusations are the last thing they need (not that that stops netizens). A conventional cute music video directs more attention to the song rather than the MV (unlike Stellar, whose controversial MVs detract from their songs, which is unfortunate since their songs are so good). Given that AoA relies on its members more than its sound/image to set itself apart—Jimin’s chipmunk voice (as much as fans like to complain about it, you can’t say it isn’t unique), Choa’s vocals, Seolhyun’s media play—without the standout members, going with a stylistically different non-Brave Bros track was AoA Cream’s best bet.
I didn’t think I’d be writing about Exo again on this blog, but here we are. Exo returns, a year later and two members fewer, with “Call Me Baby” off their second full album, “Exodus.” SM, you wrong (but so right) for that title.
April 1st, 2015 – Ahjummas Anonymous has learned that a sex tape starring a man and woman believed to be VIXX’s N and Girl’s Day’s Sojin has leaked onto the internet. According to sources, the video began making the rounds on adult video websites in the early hours of March 31st, and quickly went viral. The video appears to have been filmed in a hotel room, with both parties taking turns holding the camera. Though there are few shots of their faces and none of them very clear, netizens have positively identified the couple based on voices, body types, and other evidence. “That’s totally N. I’d recognize dat ass [sic] anywhere,” writes one international netizen. “Sojin has the same hair and nail art, it’s totally her,” writes another, linking a recent photo from Sojin’s instagram along with corroborating screen captures from the video. Some netizens observed that the man in the video wears the same rings N did at a recent appearance and has the same hairstyle and color, and matches a physical description given by N’s costars on the show “First Day at Work.” Others observed that the woman in the video wears the same brand of lingerie sold at the store where N filmed “First Day at Work.” Most of these observations are accompanied by corroborating photos and screen captures, although some threads seem to have devolved into commenters simply posting photographic evidence of N’s “bulge.”
But not all netizens are convinced of the identities of the video’s stars. “Isn’t Sojin dating Exo D.O.?” one writes, referring to earlier dating rumors between the two. This comment received a handful of replies refuting this assumption, including one that contained a youtube url leading to Beyoncé’s “Upgrade U” music video.
Sources have been unable to track the source of the leak as of yet.
DreamTea and Jellyfish Entertainment could not be reached for comment, but the video is quickly disappearing from websites.
UPDATE: Sources have uncovered evidence that the sex tape was first leaked on an Exo sasaeng forum. Apparently, the hackers were sasaengs in search of evidence of the rumored Sojin/D.O relationship, and were able to hack her iCloud. They posted their findings to the forum despite finding no evidence of said relationship, declaring their act as “retribution” for Sojin’s involvement in the D.O dating rumors, although available evidence suggests the rumors originated with netizens and not with Sojin herself. The iCloud’s contents also included photos of N and Sojin together, possibly in the same hotel room where the sex tape was filmed, and “sexts” exchanged between the two over a period of several months. The forum post has since been deleted, but many screen captures are still circulating.
Still no word from either party’s company.
Ahjummas Anonymous neither supports nor refutes any of the netizen or sasaeng fan opinions expressed in the article.
Oh, U-KISS, what am I going to do with you?