South Korea’s most popular girl group has shocked fans by revealing a modest diet.
Footage of the quintet NewJeans on the set of Hype Boy’s music video has gone viral on social media after the youngest member of the group, 14-year-old Hae In, was caught eating a small meal during a break in filming. spread.
In a short clip, a teenager can be seen picking a sliced avocado, one cherry tomato cut in half, and some yellow rice.
Two of her bandmates, Danielle Marsh, 18, and Herrin, 16, eat the same diet.
The footage enraged the group’s fans, with many taking to Twitter demanding that the girls eat more.
Footage of the quintet NewJeans on the set of Hype Boy’s music video has surfaced on social media after the group’s youngest member, 14-year-old Haein (right), was caught eating a small meal during a break in filming. It spread by word of mouth.
NewJeans (pictured) is currently the biggest name in K-pop, even making it onto the US Billboard charts.
“How many calories are they getting?? They may eat healthy foods like this, but that tiny little bit?????????” said one.
“They work hard, so feed them well!” Another beggar.
Despite the backlash, many South Korean fans defended the group’s meal, which was appropriate given that they were filming a music video at the time and should not have been bloated on camera. rice field.
“Shouldn’t I be eating like that before a performance? If you expose your belly fat, you’ll get bashed for not managing yourself,” one Korean fan wrote, according to the blog. increase. punk pop.
“If they get fat, you guys will complain about being fat. But if they don’t eat, you guys will complain about it too,” added another.
“Then what do you think female idols should eat to maintain their thin bodies? Do you think they can eat anything and maintain their thin bodies?”
In a short clip, a teenager can be seen picking a sliced avocado, two cherry tomatoes cut in half, and yellow rice with his bandmates.
Despite its modest diet, NewJeans was recently named the new spokesmodel for South Korean fast food giant McDonald’s.
The group, which debuted last year, is currently the biggest name in K-pop.
Their self-titled debut and follow-up singles both sold over one million copies, and their hit singles Ditto and OMG were extremely popular and charted on the Billboard Hot 100.
Later this year, she will be performing at Chicago’s Lollapalooza with the Red Hot Chili Peppers and Lana Del Rey.
A backlash against the group’s diet followed after actress Gwyneth Paltrow was embroiled in a similar controversy.
Despite the backlash, many Korean fans defended the group’s meal, saying it was appropriate given that they were filming a music video at the time.
NewJeans was recently named the new spokes model for South Korean fast food giant McDonald’s
The Goop founder, 50, appeared last week on Dr. Will Cole’s podcast The Art of Being Well, discussing intermittent fasting, living on bone broth and vegetables, and religiously sitting in a sauna. and sent the internet into a frenzy.
Wearing retro aviator glasses and a white cardigan, Paltrow created a selfie video to address the furor, telling fans that her various health regimens were due to her chronic battle with COVID. I was.
The lifestyle guru said her choices were “not meant to be advice to others,” declaring, “I eat far more than bone broth and vegetables.”
“I eat a full meal,” asserted Paltrow. “And there are many days when I eat whatever I want, and I eat fries and stuff like that.”
The backlash against the group’s eating habits comes after actress Gwyneth Paltrow was embroiled in a similar controversy about eating bone broth and vegetables.
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