Show Me The Money 6s Youngest Contestant 12 Year Old Jo Woo Chan Is A Cube Trainee

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'Show Me The Money 6's youngest contestant, 12-year old Jo Woo Chan is a Cube trainee?
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'Show Me The Money 6's youngest contestant, 12-year old Jo Woo Chan is a Cube trainee?

After garnering attention on Mnet's 'Show Me The Money 6' for being the youngest contestant ever to make it past the first round, 13-year old (12 in international age)Jo Woo Chan has become the center of netizens' attention!

Some digging on the netizens' part has revealed that Jo Woo Chan is currently a trainee under Cube Entertainment. According to some netizens, Cube is currently still recruiting trainees for this male next generation, scheduled to debut some time in 2019. Some say that this new boy group will include 'Produce 101' season 2's Lai Guan Lin, Yoo Sun Ho, Jo Woo Chan, and more.

[SPOILER] Did 12-year old Cube trainee Jo Woo Chan survive the team track mission on 'Show Me The Money 6'?
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[SPOILER] Did 12-year old Cube trainee Jo Woo Chan survive the team track mission on 'Show Me The Money 6'?

On the latest episode of Mnet's 'Show Me The Money 6' aired on August 4, the competitors and producer teams carried out their first official team track mission!

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Each team received a brand new beat from their producers, with the 5 surviving rappers in each team contributing verses to the track to perform in front of all of the judges. One rapper from each team faced elimination this round, in addition to their verse from the track being excluded from the single release.

Show Me The Money Contestant Jung Sangsoo Investigated For Drunk and Disorderly Conduct
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Show Me The Money Contestant Jung Sangsoo Investigated For Drunk and Disorderly Conduct

Jung Sangsoo’s is currently a participant in Show Me the Money 6 and was recently investigated by police for disorderly conduct.

Show Me the Money contestant Jung Sangsoo was reported to have been involved in an argument at a bar with another patron and is currently practicing self-restraint and self-reflection following police investigations.

According to the police, Jung Sangsoo voluntarily went to the police station and agreed to be investigated regarding this case.

'Unpretty Rapstar 2' winner Truedy will be entering 'Show Me the Money 6' as a contestant
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'Unpretty Rapstar 2' winner Truedy will be entering 'Show Me the Money 6' as a contestant

According to an entertainment affiliate on May 1, 'Unpretty Rapstar 2' winner Truedy has agreed to participate on Mnet's 'Show Me the Money 6'.  Without giving anyone a heads up, Truedy applied for the 'Show Me the Money 6' over the weekend. 

Making herself known through 'Unpretty Rapstar 2' in 2015, Truedy received much attention for her soul-filled voice and talented rapping skills.  She went on to become the winner on the show.

Furthermore, many are wondering if she'll be able to challenge the male contestants on 'Show Me the Money 6.'

Show Me the Money Contestant Gets Disqualified Right After He Gets Accepted
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Show Me the Money Contestant Gets Disqualified Right After He Gets Accepted

Show Me the Money season 6 contestant Yoon Byung Ho was disqualified from the competition for spoiling the results of the show.

Yoon Byung Ho was a qualified contestant for Mnets rap competition show, Show Me the Money season 6, but was recently disqualified for making the mistake of sharing the news.

In the rules for the preliminary round, all contestants were informed that any posts to social media containing any spoilers for the preliminaries would result in their disqualification from the competition.