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Lee Hyori Rejected A Song Written By Tiger JK? "I Knew I Couldn't Be Better Than YMR"

By Staff Writer | July 17, 2012 03:12 AM EDT

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Hip hop artist Tiger JK jokingly expressed his sadness from Lee Hyori's rejection of a song he once offered to her on "You and I."

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Lee Hyori revealed during the broadcast, "I had a hard time even asking Tiger JK for a song. I was worried that he wouldn't give me a song since I wasn't even a hip hop artist, but he gave me one with Yoon Mirae singing as a guide."

She added, "I knew I couldn't sing this better than Yoon Mirae, which is why I declined."

However, Tiger JK replied sadly, "My pride was hurt. I spent the whole night working on the song and woke my wife up to do the guide recording."

The other MC Jung Jae Hyung then asked Tiger JK, "Weren't you a fan of Lee Hyori?," to which the hip hop artist answered jokingly, "A long time ago," taking a stab at Lee Hyori.

Photo Credit: SBS

Tagged :  Lee Hyori, Tiger JK, Yoon Mirae, You & I

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