Monsta X I Ms Message Has A Sexual Innuendo

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Monsta X I.M's Message Has A Sexual Innuendo?
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Monsta X I.M's Message Has A Sexual Innuendo?

Monsta X recently meet with fans at a fan signing but things got a little too steamy between one fan and Monsta X member I.M.

According to reports, one fan and approached the idol and asked him to leave her a personal message she can always remember and make her heart race. Well, I.M definitely delivered with his message as it contains a bit of a sexual innuendo.

The message read, "Let Me Be Inside You." Although the message was intended to be romantic and heartwarming, it seemed a bit too sexual for some fans. The fan immediately posted the dirty note left on her album and it has been circulating ever since.

Watch: SISTAR Unveils Potential Look At New Comeback Along With Goodbye Message
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Watch: SISTAR Unveils Potential Look At New Comeback Along With Goodbye Message

Not long after announcing their heartbreaking disbandment, SISTAR has released a potential look at their last and latest comeback.

See Also: SISTAR Members Pen Emotional Handwritten Letters To Fans Following News Of Disbandment

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On May 23, SISTARS official Twitter account posted an acrostic poem with the letters from SISTAR as well as a short teaser video. The clip also contains the poem as well as shots of SISTAR on set and on a beach while instrumentals play in the background.

MONSTA Xs Japanese Debut Single Shows Outstanding Performance On Music Charts
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MONSTA Xs Japanese Debut Single Shows Outstanding Performance On Music Charts

MONSTA Xs Japanese debut single Hero is doing extremely well on Japans music charts!

Hero was released on May 17 and has taken No. 2 on Oricons weekly single chart. On Tower Records and Billboard Japans weekly charts from May 15 to May 21, the single rose to No. 1 and No. 2 respectively.

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Hero is the only album from a foreign artist who debuted this year to make it into the top three of Oricons weekly charts. It contains the Japanese versions of Hero and Stuck.

Kriesha Chu sends message to Yang Hyun Suk
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Kriesha Chu sends message to Yang Hyun Suk

Kriesha Chu sent a message to YG Entertainmenthead Yang Hyun Suk.

SEE ALSO: Yang Hyun Suk's father passes away

On May 24, Kriesha Chu held the showcase for her debut album 'Trouble' and talked about being a runner-up on 'K-Pop Star 6'. She expressed, "No matter what stage, I want to do my best, so I don't think this is any different. However, I've become a singer after being a trainee, so I feel I've shown what's expected of me."

When asked what she would say to 'K-Pop Star' judgesYoo Hee Yeol, Yang Hyun Suk, and J.Y. Park, Kriesha stated, "I think they would tell me what I've improved on since 'K-Pop Star'... I think Yang Hyun Suk would be the most happy." She then sent him a message, saying, "My first album came out, so please look forward to it."

MONSTA X's Japanese 'Hero' tops Tower Records
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MONSTA X's Japanese 'Hero' tops Tower Records

MONSTA Xhas topped Japanese charts with their debut song!

MONSTA X released "Hero" in Japan this past May 17. They ranked #1 on Tower Records's weekly chart and #3 on Billboard Japan, as well as Oricon's weekly charts.

SEE ALSO: Pop Quiz: How well do you know MONSTA X?

Congratulations to MONSTA X!

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