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TripleS Dance Routine Sparks Outrage Over 'Inappropriate' Moves

TripleS‘s latest performance has stirred controversy among fans and netizens alike, with accusations that the choreography is unsuitable for its younger members.

During a recent stage appearance, the popular girl group showcased their talents to the song ’24.’ However, videos of the performance quickly ignited a storm of criticism online. Netizens expressed dismay over what they perceived as inappropriate dance moves for the group’s underage members.

The situation escalated when the company released an ‘Official Stage Dance’ version of the performance, featuring the members in school uniforms. Despite fans voicing their concerns, the choreography remained unchanged, prompting further backlash.

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The controversy highlights ongoing discussions within the K-pop industry about the boundaries of artistic expression versus responsible management of young talent. As fans continue to voice their concerns, the incident serves as a reminder of the delicate balance required in promoting and protecting idols in the public eye.