FIESTAR’s “One More” Banned by MBC for Threesome References

2014-07-09 19:21:09 2014-07-09 22:54:04

According to several broadcast officials, FIESTAR has been banned from MBC for their new song “One More,” the reason being that the new song calls to mind the image of a threesome. While the song initially passed broadcast requirements for the big three broadcasting companies (MBC, SBS, KBS), “One More” soon went right back under the spotlight for its implication of a threesome. Following FIESTAR’s appearance on MBC’s “Show! Music Core,” the song fell under the protests of viewers, as well. KBS and SBS are currently discussing whether or not FIESTAR’s new song is fit for broadcast.

Not only is it the song title “One More” that is under fire, but the lyrics as well: “For you and me / let’s invite one more person / into our room / someone who’s done it more than us / now’s the time / one two three.”

Three years after their debut, FIESTAR, with their new sexy concept, is receiving more interest than ever. They are on a steady rise in the music charts, and they have several times made it onto the list of most-searched names.

What do you think? Do you agree with MBC’s decision to ban the song?

See also: FIESTAR Knocks Out the Boys with Sexy New Music Video “One More”

[UPDATEFIESTAR to Release New Lyrics for “One More” After MBC’s Ban, MBC Cracking Down on “Ambiguous” Lyrics