Show Me The Money 6s Youngest Contestant Jo Woo Chan Opens Up About His Struggles On The Show

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'Show Me The Money 6's youngest contestant Jo Woo Chan opens up about his struggles on the show
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'Show Me The Money 6's youngest contestant Jo Woo Chan opens up about his struggles on the show

On August 25, the remaining 6 contestants competed in the semi-final battle on Mnet's 'Show Me The Money 6'!

The show's youngest contestant in history and also a known Cube Entertainment trainee - 12-year old Jo Woo Chan - went up against rapper Woo Won Jae in his semi-final match. Before his stage, the show visited Jo Woo Chan's parents at their home, where the young rapper opened up about his struggles competing.

Jo Woo Chan's dad asked him, "What was the most difficult part?" and Jo Woo Chan replied, "I had to keep up with the physical staminas of the adults on the program, and after that, I was worried when controversies arose or online comments came up, so all of that was difficult."

'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.

Rapper Young B Opens Up About Past Bullying Controversy On Show Me The Money 6
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Rapper Young B Opens Up About Past Bullying Controversy On Show Me The Money 6

On the August 18 broadcast of Mnets Show Me the Money 6 rapper Young B, also known by his real name Yang Hong Won, denied the controversy which began earlier this year and labeled him as a bully. Instead, the rapper expressed that what is being said about his past are only rumors.

This statement was made during an interview Young B gave as he prepared for his joint stage with Hangzoo as a part of Zico and Deans team.

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Dynamic Duos Gaeko Picks Woo Won Jae As Most Special Contestant From Show Me The Money 6
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Dynamic Duos Gaeko Picks Woo Won Jae As Most Special Contestant From Show Me The Money 6

During an interview session on September 8, Dynamic Duos Gaeko stated that Woo Won Jae was the one who stood out the most among the contestants in Show Me the Money 6.

He had never been exposed to other rappers who are currently working in the industry, Gaeko explained. Woo Won Jae had something to say from his generations point of view. I think fans were moved by his sincere lyrics that he put everything into. He added that Woo Won Jae was fresher than anybody else and it wasnt surprising to see him make it to the top three.