G.Gorilla, singer-turned-composer, set out to clarify his previous tweet in which he expressed his criticism toward the lyrics of T-ara N4's debut song "Countryside Life", which was composed by Duble Sidekick and written by the team along with David Kim.
G.Gorilla listened to the subunit's new single and responded on his Twitter on the 30th, "To the 'Countryside Life'??? What kind of expression is this...I wish I could really hit the XX who wrote the lyrics", not expecting to be met with the attention he has been receiving.
With netizens agreeing with him as well as disagreeing with him, and his tweet eventually becoming a topic in the news, G.Gorilla clarified his previous comment and apologetically wrote,"What I meant is that hoobaes who do music should make music with a bit more sincere of an attitude. There is no other meaning behind it so please don't misunderstand. I was also a bit careless in expressing it so I will reflect and delete my words."
For those of you unfamiliar with the artist, he was active as a singer as a soloist as well as a member of various bands since the 90s. He turned to focus mostly on composing later on, having come up with hits like Wheesung's "Time Machine", IU's "Wisdom Tooth", Brown Eyed Girls' "Cleansing Cream", and more.
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