In a recent revelation that has left fans heartbroken, Stray Kids' leader, Bang Chan, confirmed the discontinuation of his weekly livestream, "Chan's Room," by JYP Entertainment (JYPE). The announcement came to light during a fan interaction, where Bang Chan candidly shared that the company has prohibited him from continuing the broadcast.
The entertainment industry has been a hotbed of controversies due to public confrontations among celebrities. Unlike in the past where stars would usually refrain from stirring up trouble, recent trends suggest a different scenario. They are now unhesitatingly expressing their frustrations and emotions on social media platforms.
In the glittering realm of K-pop, it seems there are some topics that even idols dare not touch upon. Stray Kids' Bang Chan recently faced backlash after expressing personal disappointment about a junior idol who neglected to greet him, an incident that led to a distorted controversy and him being unfairly labeled as an "old-fashioned senior."
"It seems like basic courtesy to return a greeting when someone greets you." These simple words have inexplicably stirred up suspicions of criticism, landing Stray Kids' Bang Chan in an undeserved controversy.
Stray Kids' Bang Chan recently ignited controversy with comments about junior idols neglecting to greet him during KBS2's "2023 Music Bank in Paris," held on April 7. While Bang Chan didn't name the offending group, the comments led to heated speculation among fans and a wave of criticism directed at girl group IVE, despite the lack of concrete evidence.