SuperM was recently called out for not addressing the crowd at their recent concert as the correct city they were a part of and also for lip-syncing.
The SM Entertainment super group recently performed in Fort Worth, Texas but addressed the crowd as Dallas.
A reporter called them out and criticized them for being unfamiliar with the city they were in.
— Stefan Stevenson (@StevensonFWST) November 12, 2019
BTW, if you’re over the age of 18 (and that’s really pushing it) and you’re a superfan of K-pop it’s probably time to reevaluate your life. It’s entertainment for 13-year-olds.#KPOP #SuperM https://t.co/CfzMntxgCY
— Stefan Stevenson (@StevensonFWST) November 13, 2019
This naturally caused SuperM fans to retaliate.
SuperM fans have shot back saying the reporter’s tone was condescending, as they cited the reporter’s statement about K-Pop being a form of entertainment that is fitting only for teens and couldn’t possibly be taken seriously by adults.
What do you think of the situation?