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Fail, Fake, and Love: Hiya, Diyah-san! Cheeka, I'm sorry for calling you a "fake" fan the other day. It wasn't my finest moment and I'm not proud of myself for it, but I sincerely hope that you can forgive me. So... do you want to talk about myooze togther? Actually, Diyah-san, I don't like them anymore. To be honest, I simply find their music uninspired now. Every song they have is the esame; talking about love or relationships but only from a superficial perspective. Their songs never try to explore any meaningful topics related to love/relationships such as the loss of cherished ones, infidelity and unfaithfulness, the loss of love, familial problems and expectations, the potential dangers of love, unrequited ness, jealousy, anger, financial disputes, and other such issues Not only do their songs fail to encapture the wide-ranging issues with their subject matter, but their music also perpetuates certain gender roles, expectations, and stereotypes. Those who consume their music are bombarded with these messages and certain individuals, especially the young, are susceptible to actually believing in and following the discourse that these songs proclaim. Their music videos are very provocative as well, most likely done on purpose to entangle those who are easily swayed and influenced by such images in order to sell more merchandise. A classic example of "sex sells" marketing Their works try to enforce a particular weltanschauung, one that promotes commercialism, materialism, lust, and avarice. This is enforced via their music most directly, but it is also expressed through their multi-media ventures, most notably through magazines literature, video games, film, television, and by both official and unofficial online communities. One shudders to think what kind of agenda the group has, or maybe they have none and are simply following the trends/norms set up by other similar enterprises; the group may not be expressing any agency at all So you don't like myooze then? Oh I thought you were talking about yooze. Yeah myooze is great I love 'em
Fail, Fake, and Love: Hiya, Diyah-san!
 Cheeka, I'm sorry for calling you a
 "fake" fan the other day. It wasn't my
 finest moment and I'm not proud of
 myself for it, but I sincerely hope that
 you can forgive me. So... do you
 want to talk about myooze togther?
 Actually, Diyah-san, I don't like them anymore. To be honest, I
 simply find their music uninspired now. Every song they have is the
 esame; talking about love or relationships but only from a superficial
 perspective. Their songs never try to explore any meaningful topics
 related to love/relationships such as the loss of cherished ones,
 infidelity and unfaithfulness, the loss of love, familial problems and
 expectations, the potential dangers of love, unrequited ness,
 jealousy, anger, financial disputes, and other such issues
 Not only do their songs fail to encapture the wide-ranging issues with
 their subject matter, but their music also perpetuates certain gender
 roles, expectations, and stereotypes. Those who consume their music
 are bombarded with these messages and certain individuals, especially
 the young, are susceptible to actually believing in and following the
 discourse that these songs proclaim. Their music videos are very
 provocative as well, most likely done on purpose to entangle those
 who are easily swayed and influenced by such images in order to sell
 more merchandise. A classic example of "sex sells" marketing
 Their works try to enforce a particular weltanschauung, one that
 promotes commercialism, materialism, lust, and avarice. This is
 enforced via their music most directly, but it is also expressed through
 their multi-media ventures, most notably through magazines
 literature, video games, film, television, and by both official and
 unofficial online communities. One shudders to think what kind of
 agenda the group has, or maybe they have none and are simply
 following the trends/norms set up by other similar enterprises; the
 group may not be expressing any agency at all
 So you don't like
 myooze then?
 Oh I thought you
 were talking about
 yooze. Yeah myooze
 is great I love 'em