Recently, STAYs, the dedicated fanbase of Stray Kids, have expressed their outrage over the limited screen time and unequal line distribution given to member I.N in the group’s latest music video, LALALALA.
On November 10, Stray Kids released their latest album ROCK-STAR, and the music video for its title track LALALALA.
In the latest music video for LALALALA, the talented members of Stray Kids take on the role of pirates in a shipwreck beneath the sea. They bring the party vibes to life with their energetic performance and the catchy beats of the new track.
While the title track is a hit and topping many charts, fans can not overlook the injustice done to I.N, the youngest member of the group. Despite his incredible talents, he is only given a few lines and seconds of screen time.
Fans have taken to social media platforms, trending hashtags and sharing their frustrations, demanding justice for I.N. They believe that he possesses immense talent and should be given the chance to shine alongside his fellow members.
The unequal line distribution has also been a point of contention for STAYs. They argue that fair distribution of lines allows each member to show off their unique abilities and contribute to the overall dynamic of the song.
I.N stans are advocating for fairness, equality, and the recognition of his talents. It remains to be seen how JYP Entertainment will respond and address the concerns raised by STAYs.