A lot of foreign artists are taking an interest in becoming a K-Pop idol these days.
American actor and rapper Jaden Smith might be joining the K-Pop craze with his own music pretty soon. Jaden announced on Twitter that he will be dropping a K-Pop single within the next four months and people have mixed reactions about it!
And Yes I Will Be Dropping A K Pop Single In The Next 4 Months.
— Jaden Smith (@officialjaden) April 20, 2017
Jaden had some people backing his decision.
— 🌬Tola (@PresidentHanbin) April 20, 2017
— 🎨 (@frhjiyongie) April 21, 2017
But most people are really not into the idea of him being a K-Pop star.
— keshia (@versxcekth) April 20, 2017
— marce (@jennieynwa) April 20, 2017
— cody ♡ (@ultchois) April 20, 2017
Some are pretty confused why a lot of non-Koreans are venturing into the K-Pop world these days.
— mar (@specsnamjin) April 20, 2017
— Isla ♡ (@baepjm) April 20, 2017
Recently, there’s also an all-American K-Pop group, EXP edition, who got roasted by some K-Pop fans who think the group shouldn’t be considered “K” Pop. Jaden’s announcement had some fans comparing him to EXP edition.
— kirby (@kirbybts) April 20, 2017
@officialjaden exp crackers are shaking
— caro (@ultchansoo) April 20, 2017
@officialjaden Exp edition uncles are shakings
— S*E (@TaeKinqs) April 20, 2017
And just like the case of EXP edition, people are saying that Jaden can’t be K-Pop because a.) he’s not Korean, and b.) singing in Korean doesn’t automatically make a song K-Pop.
— Triple H #EasyLove (@YooKiihyun_) April 20, 2017
Well, whether fans like it or not, it’s clear what Jaden’s goals are:
People See Me And Ask Me If I Wanna Be A K Pop Star As If I Haven't Made My Goals For 2017 Clear.
— Jaden Smith (@officialjaden) December 29, 2016
Guess we’ll just have to see for ourselves within the next four months!