Not everything is going well for TWICE with their "Cheer Up" promotions despite their perfect all-kill and many YouTube views. Looks like netizens have a problem with the lyrics for alleged sexual discrimination.
An online community had a hot post stating that the lyrics "A woman shouldn't give her heart easily" was sexist. The poster wrote, "The thought that 'a woman shouldn't give her heart easily' is a gender stereotype, isn't it? I'm uncomfortable with making rules like 'a woman has to [do this or that].'"
This sparked intense debate on line with most netizens stating, "It is a shame that they missed a part that could open up misunderstanding," "It is true they should have been careful," and more.
On the other hand, a portion of netizens also argue, "I don't think it's a controversy," "Such insignificant stuff is a controversy," and more. Yet another group of netizens wrote, "The lyrics that became a controversy is at the fault of the lyricist," "It is wrong to put the blame on TWICE for this controversy," and more.
One netizen stated that you can't just cut the lyrics and analyze a small portion, you had to link it to the other parts of the lyric, which say that you have to do push and pull. What are your thoughts?