A wild troll appears. Everybody, welcome Tuc from CPOP review blog Aiya Tuc! As a long time Kpop listener, Tuc’s seen the best and, unfortunately, the worst of this monster. As an affiliate, I’ve agreed to let Tuc toss in his two cents on the things that make his skin crawl in Kpop here on McRoth’s Residence. Today, he shares a short memo to the bane of his existence – Jessica of SNSD. Beware: hard trolling in action. Not for the faint of heart.
I fail to see the appeal in SNSD‘s Jessica. Hell, I fail to the see appeal in a whole host of these KPOP idols, but that is a rant for another time. Let’s get back to Jessica. It seems that her die-hard fans have somehow come to the conclusion that she’s a holy “~angel~” when it comes to singing. Well, let me tell you, folks, if angels in heaven sounded like little-miss-horse-face here, I’m pretty sure people wouldn’t be giving eternal damnation in the fire pit such a bad rap. In any case, let’s hear this dear “angel” in action, shall we?
The song actually starts off quite beautifully as flawless Seohyun graces us with her greatly underrated vocals. Jieun doesn’t do too shabby a job herself, either, and Gain, while clearly not as prepared as the former two, does a pretty satisfactory job. And then there was one: Jessica. I think a YouTube user expresses my sentiments best:
What’s with the 4th girl that sang with an annoying voice who woke up all dogs and cats in the neighborhood. Is she like 13 years old trying out for disney?
Indeed, YouTube user. What is with the fourth girl singing with the annoying voice that woke up all the dogs and cats in the neighborhood? With a voice that gratingly high, shallow, and nasally, I’m surprised Alvin and the Chipmunks haven’t offered her a spot on their crew yet. What are your thoughts, Simon Cowell?
Yeah, that’s what I thought.