But because of the concert controversy, a new “investigation” has also been launched regarding the appropriateness of his album.
So here’s Aimee’s explanation of what happened: Before the first creative meeting for the concert, Aimee was already thinking of ideas for the different numbers.
A., the plan was to go to school and find a “real” job that had nothing to do with dancing.
But when she tagged along with boyfriend Shaun Evaristo (also a dancer/choreographer) to a commercial audition, she ended up booking it herself and was soon dancing in an i Pod ad.
Once pictures like the one above hit the internet, the outrage was almost instantaneous.
It’s become such an issue in the country that this month, the South Korean government decided to step in and is investigating the incident.
I admit I know next to nothing about the Korean pop scene, but when I saw the stories and “offensive” photos of Aimee popping up online, well, I had to find out what really happened.”), but once Aimee was identified as the dancer, most of the negative comments stopped.In fact, during the whole controversy, everyone associated with the number from G-Dragon to YG has been targeted and vilified—except Aimee who is not facing any of the charges, fines or jail time. “I’ve been told from the start that I’ll be treated differently because I’m American and that’s been the case.” Here’s a clip of the offending bit shot by a famcam. v=gamt UQq G_-E&feature=player_embedded When she first started performing in Korea, Aimee was surprised by the rabid, (very) young and female fan base of the K-Pop acts who would appear in the form of large mobs everywhere she and the musicians went.But if you think Americans are overtly prudish, they have nothing on the Koreans.Last month, Korean pop star G-Dragon (of Big Bang fame) was accused of “dry humping” a dancer on a stand-up bed during the song “Breathe” at his “Shine A Light” concert.