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CL, Parrot Performance "Animal Abuse" VS "Just a Prop"

By Staff Writer | July 08, 2012 09:56 PM EDT

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The parrot that appeared on girl group 2NE1's comeback stage is arousing much controversy. (Photo : cl)

The parrot that appeared on girl group 2NE1's comeback stage is arousing much controversy.

In SBS 'Inkigayo' aired on the 8th, CL came out with a big parrot on her shoulder in the intro of "I Love U". Every time CL moved and rapped, the parrot either spread out its wings or poked at CL's head with its beaks.

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Internet users who saw the stage commented, "I felt bad for the parrot", "Why are they bringing animals into a place that's hard even for humans to be in", "Look at it spreading its wings to stay in balance", "I couldn't focus because of the parrot", etc.

Other internet users supported it, saying "They probably won't do it again starting next week", "They didn't even tie its foot down, let's not act so sensitive", "A stage is a stage", etc.

Photo Credits: SBS

Tagged :  2NE1, I Love You

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