The MV comments: 
(t/n: we will just translate the content of the screenshot)
- Let's not forget that this could've been a cool concept for GROWN women, instead we're watching 14~18 y'o singing 'Come take a lookie at my cookie' 'I want you to taste it' 'My dessert' ?? Uuuuuuuuuuuuaaaaaaaaaaaarrrrrrrgggggghhhhhhhhhhhh

- Those girls are awesome. The music is awesome too. They could've came up with any other lyrics and they could've pulled it off just fine. This company's people knew exactly what they were doing with this song and they knew the backlash they could get. All this (even the shock factor) had to be planned

- They could've said it in Korean and it wouldn't have any negative connotations, instead, they put English lyrics on purpose so that International fans will start discussing about the meaning behind it. Do they really want those weird lyrics to get them attention? These people are taking away the innocence of those teenagers by doing this. The company needs to be held accountable

Hybe claims that this was a fan song as a clarification, but it begs the question why they found it necessary to make babies sing those lyrics... 

original post: here

1. Didn't they clarify that this was a fan song officially? People on Katalk are trying to force their hate on them 

2. But even the song and the mood makes it quite obvious that this is what they wanted

3. Just looking at it, I could tell it was meant to be sex*al...

4. This is such a fake concern...

5. The lyrics are cute though? If you think that this is s*xual, you need to visit the hospital 

6. Ah seriously this is too forcedㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋ Everything's done of purpose for them

7. Regardless of what cookie means, doesn't the song reak with s*Xual references?... I seriously don't like the song. We're talking about babies

8. But it's so obvious that they didn't it on purpose though...?

9. I did find the melody pretty drowsy and the lyrics obviously has double entendre, but I decided to not say anything since they're just minors. If they claim that this is just a 'fan song' how are they going to explain 'But you know that it ain't for free, yeah' ?

10. At this rate, bashing rookie idols have became an empirical evidence

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