At least that is what a netizen is claiming. An online post titled 'SM NCT 127 'Fire Truck' MV misogynistic controversy' has stirred up quite the heated debate, mainly because the OP is trying to claim certain scenes in the MV signify lolita themes and sexual acts.
The OP reasoned, "They're shooting water at her face loool. Why would they shoot water at her face? And there's that scene where the NCT members shoot water at her at the same time lool. I heard that SM even uploaded an explanation for the MV? What's the reason they uploaded an explanation for these guys and not for EXO or Red Velvet? There are many people who are saying that they can't really tell what's going on [in the MV] but it's true that they're depicting lolita and gang banging / bukakke. The sexual undertones are so obvious and on the level of IU but I see that people are keeping quiet because they're not as big IU lolol."
Most netizens seemed to oppose the OP's analysis, commenting, "What bullsh*t is this. I watched the MV and they're protecting that woman until she grows old," "I guess certain people can't help but only see certain things," "How is this misogynistic again?" "How pathetic...can we try to live with a pure mentality? I honestly did not think that even once while watching the MV. tsk tsk," "How is shooting water guns misogynistic lololololol your imagination is so wrong. So please stop trying. It's not funny anymore," and more.