TRENDING: ‘Karma’ forced Girls’ Generation music to stop; G-Dragon photographed on a date

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It has been a big week this week at hellokpop and so we’re here to help you recap on this week’s biggest news.

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Picture: Blogspot

Picture: Blogspot

The shocking news of Jessica leaving Girls’ Generation recently took the K-Pop world by storm. Countless of upset fans were unable to hide their anger and disappointment at the sudden outburst of event.

The members of Girls’ Generation were seen in tears after the outbreak. Jessica also broke her silence on the issue by stating that she was forced to leave the group.

In the video, Sunny attempts to sing Jessica’s part of Mr. Mr. at the SMTOWN concert in Tokyo, but the instrumental then cuts off and prevented her to finish Jessica’s bit. The other members tried to cover up the technical difficulty by laughing it off and carrying on.

Many fans are calling it ‘karma’ being shown after the departure of Jessica.

One top comment on the video said: “On Sica’s (Jessica) part and all. Aww, karma is funny.”

While another top comment complimented Sunny’s performance and said she could sing just as good as Jessica.

“Ok, at first I was worried about Jessica’s part, because she is a main vocalist, but Sunny can sing as good as her, the performance would have been perfect iff the music didn’t fail.”

Read more about Jessica leaving here.


Picture: Dispatch

Picture: Dispatch

Korean media Dispatch has published photos of G-Dragon and Japanese model Kiko Mizuhara on a night out.

The two were photographed on September 16 looking very intimate. Dispatch said that they were at a lounge in Seoul before moving onto a secret place, where the two would often meet.

The BIGBANG member and Japanese model have been rumoured to have been together on several occasion, although it had been denied.

See more pictures here.

YG Entertainment quickly released a statement saying that they respected their talents and had nothing to comment on at the moment.

See what else is trending this week here.

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