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Wassup's Nada talks about showing off her body + how she would rate her rapping

By beansss   Thursday, October 20, 2016   30,573   1,456   21



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Wassup's Nada has been a hot figure after her stellar performance on 'Unpretty Rapstar 3', sitting down for interviews here and there as well as other busy schedules!

In one interview she took part in with Ilgan Sports, Nada responded to a question regarding the criticism she received which claimed she showed off her body too much. The idol refused to waver, and confidently answered, "I was born like this. Is it wrong for me to show it off? It's not like I stole it. A body like this is fairly worthy of showing off, right? I have to be confident." 

She also rated her rap skills, saying, "I would give my rap a 75% out of 100. Among female rappers, I rank higher in terms of lyrics. I want to find my own, unique flow and color, and fill up the rest of the 25%."

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karakamilia Friday, October 21, 2016

Yaasssss Bitch !

CCA Thursday, October 20, 2016

She looks so different in every picture that I see of her.

smokeee Thursday, October 20, 2016

she's got that american hip hop ho style.  its basically what CL has become.  minaj, miley, etc. etc. its all girls into that ho culture of rap/hiphop.  its funny how low iq girls here try to justify it in korea, when even in america its rather played out.  if you watch enough rap or hip hop videos its obvious these girls are influenced by them and all of the girls wearing spandex suits showing off every curve like a street hooker comes from that..  koreans have every right to criticize it, just like they have every right to criticize poor influences to other youth, which goes way over low iq heads here.  sure you can wear whatever you want, just dont expect everyone else to like it and if them saying stuff about it bothers you thats YOUR problem.

daFoolio Thursday, October 20, 2016

you got it girl.... flaunt it!  just don't be mad when we staring~  lol

partyfan2013 Thursday, October 20, 2016

OK, it's actually just that if anyone is uncomfortable in seeing Nada showing off her curvy body in bikinis and such, well, it's best for them to not even bother looking at her sexy revealing pics at all.  And I know that everyone all across South Korea really have to remember that from here on out.  I understand that they remain a conservative country to this day and let everything else remain being taboos BUT they need to just deal with it anyway.  In fact, I would like it if South Korea can become a 100% open minded country and get rid of that navel-covering wedgie fashion as well as throwing away those safety shorts for good AND especially letting all these sexy female artists in K-Pop, both solo artists and girl groups alike, get back to the provocative and sexually suggestive dancing.  And oh yeah, the revealing outfits should be brought back AND also, KBS should stop banning songs and music videos for all of the stupidest reasons in the world.

k_kid partyfan2013 Thursday, October 20, 2016

Well everyone has different perspective on that. There are non-Asians who think safety shorts isn't a bad thing and think provocative and sexual dances are too much. If you look at the comments on Youtube on girl groups that have sexual dances, most of the negative comments are made by non-Koreans. But these regulations on safety shorts and sexual dances are done solely for the fact that it's broadcasted on TV and they don't want kids to be watching inappropriate things. There are also people who stopped listening to American music because they think it's too sexual and meaningless and actually like the reserved nature of Koreans. And if you go to Korea, a lot of women wear skirts and shorts that almost reveal their buttcheeks. Honestly, in my opinion, while it's good to have an open mind, I don't want Korea to be like a country where you see little 5-6 year old kids twerking and grinding and the parents encouraging it.

partyfan2013 k_kid Friday, October 21, 2016

Well, that's your personal opinion and I respect that. But regardless of all of that, I still want South Korea to work on becoming a 100% open minded country because i'm sure that there are a whole lot of people out there that don't like excessive skin being all covered up. And I know that South Korea is a conservative country and all BUT STILL I want censorship to be extremely limited to violence and gore so that these sexy female artists, like Nada here of course, can be free to show off provocative, racy, raunchy and suggestive dance moves, wear revealing outfits during their performances and especially get away with actual sexually suggestive lyrics as well as lyrics describing risky behavior and naming brand products in their songs. And also, they need to get away with music videos featuring all of the aforementioned stuff and other stuff beyond that. And just like I said, of course the country of South Korea really needs to ditch the wedgie fashion and the safety shorts for good. I know that it doesn't need to be all aegyo and flowers, you know. So yeah, I know that it's time for the political correctness in South Korea to become ancient history.

k_kid partyfan2013 Saturday, October 22, 2016

Korea is a conservative country in general, but I don't think it's a bad idea to have SOME conservativeness in a country. I think this is where non-Asians and Asians are divided on issues like that. Asians, in general, will almost always look raunchy and provocative dance moves as trashy. While non-Asians won't be as offended by it, although, there are many conservative non-Asians as well. I don't think limiting gore and violence would solve violent behaviors. Japan probably has the most goriest and bloody cartoons, films, TV shows, you name it. But yet, it's one of the most safest countries in the world. It's the culture and mentality that is the problem. You have your opinion and I also respect that and I have mine... But I, personally, don't have any problems with safety shorts and censoring overly sexual content.

partyfan2013 k_kid Saturday, October 22, 2016

Well, still, I would like it if South Korea can become a whole lot less conservative and be a whole lot open minded in reality. I just hope that in just a certain exact number of years from now, South Korea will be as open minded as other countries like the United States. And of course I wouldn't have a problem with the country censoring problematic content on television during the morning hours as well as censoring name brands and any kind of suggestive lyrical content in music videos in the morning just like how MTV in the United States always does every single weekday morning.

babyfat92 Thursday, October 20, 2016

Love Nada ---glad all thing work out well so far , hear that she got more busy with works offer and CF .   If K netizen don't like her b/c they're not comfortable w/her body type .  But I believes Asian fan that not living in Korea or Asia continents  LOVES NADA

MaxxyCrazzy Thursday, October 20, 2016

Nada is gold , too bad she lost...

huggi Thursday, October 20, 2016

I ain't complaining if she shows off her body... (but then, I'm a guy, what do you expect?)

Asucchan91 huggi Thursday, October 20, 2016

I am a girl and I complaim if she show herself too much instead of showing good raps like when she was on smtm3

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smokeee huggi Thursday, October 20, 2016

well thats how it was born. rappers have encouraged the image of bitchy girls with attitude that dress/act like ho's. a lot of rappers have been using girls dressed like that and acting with attitude since 80's hip hop videos. its really mainly FOR the guys, a tease if you will that boosts the self esteem of the girl who dresses like that when they get attention from guys. a lot of the girls with tough exteriors and that style are covering up a lot of issues they have or had, which made them that way.

1llionaire Thursday, October 20, 2016

anyone else think she only made it as far as she did on unpretty 3 because 99% of the competition was shit?

huggi 1llionaire Thursday, October 20, 2016

Even if she had been in one of the earlier seasons, I think she would've done pretty well.

Looolgolol Thursday, October 20, 2016

Love her answer

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