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Ha Min Ho completely edited out on 'Produce 101' following his departure from the show

By yckim124   Friday, May 19, 2017   86,706   2,452   0



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Ha Min Ho was nowhere to be seen on this week's episode of 'Produce 101' season 2. 

The trainee from The Vibe Label was caught up in a controversy after he was accused of sexually harassing minors. In response to the situation, The Vibe Label announced that Ha Min Ho will be departing the show as well as the agency

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Many grew curious about how Mnet will edit this week's episode since Ha Min Ho was one of the most talented trainees who had a lot of screen time on the show. 

Mnet ultimately decided to completely edit Ha Min Ho out. On the May 19 airing, Ha Min Ho did not make an appearance and was blurred out in scenes where he couldn't be cut. 

During the position battle, Ha Min Ho was the winner of his group, however, he was not shown at all. 

Netizens are expressing amazement at the producer's editing skills, and commented, "Wow they really did a great job in editing. He was barely there", "Producers worked hard trying to edit him out", "I didn't even know he was there."

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JFee Monday, May 22, 2017

Koreans must be so fucking weak, you can't expect them to lay their eyes on a guy they don't like and don't immediatly drop dead. Edit him out! That behaviour is so ridiculous...

abbie_kpopper Saturday, May 20, 2017

I really hate Produce 101.

2fat Friday, May 19, 2017

Pathetic. Happy now? The kid has been erased. Hope these people don't think this will happen anywhere else in their lives. Things you don't like don't always just disappear simply because you don't like them.

JFee 2fat Monday, May 22, 2017

I think I usually don't like you, but I kind of agree this time.

purplematoki Friday, May 19, 2017

i miss him...

liviekate Friday, May 19, 2017

im still so conflicted on this. wish they would've let us hear his rap at the least

intricate Friday, May 19, 2017

he's a minor himself geez..

pink_oracle intricate Friday, May 19, 2017

Nope, he's 20.

intricate pink_oracle Friday, May 19, 2017

funny how it's okay for a 50 year old bloke to send those messages to a 20 year old girl, but not okay for a 20 year old bloke to send the same messages to a 19 year old girl.

grifsnax intricate Friday, May 19, 2017

I rly dont think what he did was a big deal... hes just some horny kid trying to get laid... cut him some slack lmao.

intricate grifsnax Saturday, May 20, 2017

Right? Although we don't exactly know what else was going on... I'm pretty sure he was ousted for disobeying the rules, rather than the nature of his disobedience.

ygdragon08 grifsnax Saturday, May 20, 2017

Ikr. as if they never gotten horny for their whole life, ugh acting clean aigoo

Alexyah intricate Saturday, May 20, 2017

neither is okay lol

pink_oracle intricate Saturday, May 20, 2017

Because a 20 year old woman is not seen as vulnerable. She's aware of the world and that not all men have good intentions. But a school girl is seen as being naive and susceptible to exploitation. As a culture we've chosen to put in laws that young women should be left alone by older men, given room to grow and not have to deal with the advances of horny dudes. It's not about the gap in years, it's about maturity.

intricate pink_oracle Saturday, May 20, 2017

"older men", and since when are 20 year old girls (or guys for that matter) mature.. I've never met anyone under 25 who had a clue about what was actually going on in their lives. The legal age concept is so arbitrary. I think it would make more sense to determine someone is "mature" if they can show something for it.. like diploma's, certificates, or working experience. Or maybe even some letter of recommendation or something.

pink_oracle intricate Saturday, May 20, 2017

When you have an 18 year old daughter it'll probably make a lot more sense. Then you will see a 20 year old guy sending her messages to 'keep their meetings a secret' as something very disturbing.

intricate pink_oracle Saturday, May 20, 2017

i think exactly the same as when i would have a 20 year old daughter, or a 22 year old daughter.

pink_oracle intricate Saturday, May 20, 2017


intricate pink_oracle Sunday, May 21, 2017

a creep remains a creep whether they're 18 or 81. Your daughter remains your daughter whether she's 18 or 81. It's just that there comes a point where she'll be old enough to handle things on her own. Sometimes that can be at 18 years old, but usually it's not until way after that. "Legal age" has nothing to do with it.

pink_oracle intricate Sunday, May 21, 2017

They had to put it somewhere. It's NEVER going to work for every girl but it will protect a few. I mean technically SK doesn't have a real legal age of consent, a pedo can get away with raping a 13 year old if he can brainwash her into telling people it was her choice.

intricate pink_oracle Sunday, May 21, 2017

but that's my point.. put it somewhere other than age. Because maturity has nothing to do with it.

pink_oracle intricate Sunday, May 21, 2017

You could never prove maturity in a court of law though. It's completely subjective. Half the jury might be concerned parents, half might be 20-somethings. And then how do you possibly prove the 'adult' actually felt the 'child' was mature enough and not just taking advantage. The only simple, safe and easy way is to have a fixed age of statutory consent. Looking at the state of countries that don't have it I'd much rather take it with it's failings then not have it at all.

onedelacruise intricate Monday, May 22, 2017

not to burst anyone's bubble but maybe where you are from this is acceptable. we are talking about kpop idols.. in S.Korea.. for them this is not acceptable. these things are weird for us but for them, it is not

intricate onedelacruise Monday, May 22, 2017

it's only "weird" because he's 20 and not 19. It's got nothing to do with him being an idol.

intricate pink_oracle Monday, May 22, 2017

it has to be determined on a case by case basis. The fixed age causes a lot more grief than people are willing to acknowledge, but it's there because it's an easy fix to a persisting problem. The fixed age of consent is the same as swiping dirt under your rug.

pink_oracle intricate Monday, May 22, 2017

I wouldn't trust a judge to go case by case personally, as most judges seem to be complete nutjobs.

intricate pink_oracle Tuesday, May 23, 2017

well i guess i can't argue with that when it comes to Korea and sex crimes..

pink_oracle intricate Tuesday, May 23, 2017

Not just SK. Here in the UK we've had a string of cases where judges served no punishments for teachers who slept with their students becuase, get this, the girls apparently seduced the helpless adults!

intricate pink_oracle Wednesday, May 24, 2017

thing is... there's nothing that says that can't happen. It's this whole idea that your age determines whether or not you're in control that's super fucked up. The only difference between a young teacher and an old student is that one is a teacher and the other is a student. What age they are really does -not- matter in -any- way -at all-. It's just that we came up with this social construct of "age" that somehow creates a difference where there is none. The only thing that matters is life experience, and we all know that is only remotely related to time and the correlation between the two becomes less and less as you get older.

pink_oracle intricate Wednesday, May 24, 2017

For me it's position. People send their teenage daughters to school to be educated, not deflowered. You put trust in teachers to impart wisdom on their students, not semen. It's a violation of trust and a position of responsibility.

intricate pink_oracle Wednesday, May 24, 2017

yes, exactly, which has exactly 0 to do with age. Some teachers are actually younger than their students, I think they should still be treated the same should they be involved in that way with any of their students.

nymeria24 Friday, May 19, 2017

come on, u didn't notice the big blurr? lool

shikey Friday, May 19, 2017

ii didn't even know wich team he was in ,but i could perfectly tell he was there lmao

lildongsaeng Friday, May 19, 2017

what team as he in?

Hyungshi lildongsaeng Friday, May 19, 2017

rap team performing 'Simon Dominic, One, G2, and BewhY ''Who You''....

CyNee Friday, May 19, 2017

i didnt even notice he was in that team until it's time for the rankings and the number one spot isnt shown

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