The Kpop reality survival competition “R U Next?” has recently announced the final lineup members for its new girl group, I’LL-LIT. However, compelling evidence suggests that the final lineup of “R U Next?” is tainted by manipulation controversy and sabotage. So, what really happened behind “R U Next?” manipulation controversy? Check out the following complete report and evidence that “R U Next?” has rigged its final lineup.
The Manipulation Controversy Behind The Final Lineup Members of “R U Next?” Kpop Group I’LL-LIT
Giant Kpop company HYBE recently launched a new girl group under its subsidiary agency BELIFT LAB. The new girl group, named I’LL-LIT, consists of the final lineup members from their recent survival competition, “R U Next?”, collaborating with JTBC.
The six members of the new Kpop girl group I’LL-LIT, created by “R U Next?”, include final lineup winners Iroha, Minju, Moka, and Yunah, as well as Wonhee and Youngseo, who secured their spots through global votes.
Unfortunately, behind the success of these talented members, the new Kpop group of “R U Next?”, I’LL-LIT, must encounter a harsh manipulation controversy.
What’s more surprising is that the manipulation controversy behind “R U Next?” final lineup result is not just an empty allegation. That is because fans have been raising the issue on the internet and social media while showing clear evidence that “R U Next?” has reportedly rigged its final lineup.
Evidence Showing Rigged Result for the Final Lineup Members of Kpop Group I’LL-LIT
Before finding the clear evidence of “R U Next?” manipulation controversy, fans have reportedly been suspicious of the show’s rigged final lineup. This suspicion intensified after the show eliminated one of its standout trainees just a day before the finale.
Once “R U Next?” announced the final lineup for I’LL-LIT members, fans became even more convinced of manipulation.
Based on the general patterns of other survival show’s group debut, the first thing the company announces after the show’s finale broadcast is the basic introduction of the group itself. In the case of “Boys Planet” group ZEROBASEONE, the show publicized the group’s name, logo, and social media account after its finale.
However, that is not the case of “R U Next?” new Kpop girl group I’LL-LIT.
Instead of starting the promotion with a group introduction, “R U Next?” suddenly posted a I’LL-LIT members and their feature session with Vogue Korea.
And fans cannot believe that this feature session was released only a day after the final lineup announcement of the “R U Next?” Kpop group.
the lineup was JUST announced yesterday and they’re on vogue???? https://t.co/n9LyOq18TN— ævani (@choacunt) September 2, 2023
why and how is some undebuted group who’s lineup was announced yesterday already in vogue korea? like i’m seriously curious cause what https://t.co/C189qFGyxz— hen ♡’s zhoumi MAÑANA (@ffeifei) September 2, 2023
The immediate release of I’LL-LIT members features with Vogue Korea has allegedly become definitive evidence that “R U Next?” has manipulated the final lineup result of the show.
Fans suspect that “R U Next?” had pre-selected the members of I’LL-LIT Kpop group, preparing them for a future even before the final lineup announcement. While the preparation may speed up the promotion of the new group, it also means that “R U Next?” contestants have allegedly become victims of manipulation controversy.
it hasn’t even been 24hrs since they were announced. sorry but you can’t make me believe the show wasn’t rigged and the winners weren’t predetermined https://t.co/TNKPKx0fsc— venus🐝 (@gyuprntt) September 2, 2023
the fact this has somehow already happened when the members were only just announced yesterday just shows the whole show was rigged and it was predetermined who was going to win and who was going to be eliminated 😭😭 https://t.co/KHlmFwvmU4— rina ♱ (@rinswurld) September 2, 2023
Is it REALLY?
Finally, as of today, there has yet to be any official statement from JTBC and BELIFT LAB regarding “R U Next?”manipulation controversy. Still, some fans also believe that the agency might have conducted photoshoot for all “R U Next?” contestants and published only the final lineup after the announcement.
i think this show is rigged too BUT do quotes ever think that maybeeee they took pics of all the finalists and decided to release only the ones that debuted ??? https://t.co/hiw8Bun8Jb— joy day (@thaorsty) September 2, 2023
quotes dumb as hell because all the finalists must’ve done this photoshoot BEFORE the lineup was announced but they’ll only release the ones who debuted 😭 now use your brains come on https://t.co/4UulAMSn6o— ✯ (@wonipeun) September 2, 2023
Therefore, it’s best to withhold judgment until the agency provides further explanations.
So, what are your thoughts about the manipulation controversy behind “R U Next?” Kpop group I’LL-LIT members? Feel free to write them down in the comments below.
Meanwhile, here’s the defining moment when “R U Next?” announced its final lineup of Kpop group I’LL-LIT members.
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