Before Jessica Jung was kicked out of Girls' Generation for allegedly favouring a budding fashion career over her commitments to the group, she found time to shoot a music video for the repackaged version of the group's chart-topping Japanese hits compilation, The Best.
The music video for the album's lead single, the ballad "Divine," marks the 25-year-old's final appearance with the group -- which is ironic, because in it she wails, "we are always onnnnneeeeeeee!"
If you don't take it so literally, "Divine" is a fitting send-off to the group's nine-member line-up. The lyrics about gaining strength and overcoming adversity by coming together perfectly captures what Girls' Generation represented for seven years, even if that isn't the case any more.
Despite the drama between the members, their greatest hits album is currently No. 1 on Japan's daily albums chart, proving that their fanbase is still going strong.
Check out "Divine" below.
Even the most seasoned cringe connoisseurs could never have foreseen the sheer depth of cringe that Krist was capable of sinking to.
"Krist the 30 Year Old Boomer" is actually 37.
He tells us as much in his latest YouTube video, "I Am Done," in which he asserts that after "supporting the gaming companies for as long as I can remember," he is never going to buy another console game in his entire life.
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As reprehensible as Jake Paul is as a person, he is innocent in this case
Over the weekend YouTube star Jake Paul was filmed in a Scottsdale, Arizona Mall that was in the process of being looted by rioters.
Though Paul insists that he did not participate in any of the looting or vandalism—which included smashing the windows of a display car and breaking into a Sephora—the Scottsdale Police Department reports receiving hundreds of tips alerting them to his involvement. Internet sleuths who saw footage of Paul posted on Instagram have insisted that Paul was complicit—if not directly implicated—in the worst of the rioting and wanted to see Paul locked up. As a result, the 23-year-old icon of Internet buffoonery has now been charged with two misdemeanors: Criminal Trespassing and Unlawful Assembly.