English may not be their first language, but these idols should probably have translated what was written on their t-shirts before wearing them!
Most of the time, K-Pop idols are on point with their fashion choices, but that isn’t always the case. Check out the hilarious photos below of when their outfits were slightly questionable because of the inappropriate words printed on them.
Yerin sported this shirt with the caption “EVERYTHING is SHIT”.
Tzuyu was spotted wearing a white t-shirt with the words “Hoes take off your clothes” printed on it.
This shirt with the words “Angel Fuck” written on the back was once worn by Donghyuk.
Jun wore a striped shirt with the words. “HOLD HANDS TAKE LSD FIND GOD” written across the chest.
Mark’s sweater sported the words “PUFF! PUFF! PASS!” on it. Having grown up in LA and speaking fluent English, there’s a chance that Mark may know the context behind the phrase. Either way, this was an especially strange choice given Korea’s strict laws around marijuana.
He really went straight to the point with this “FUCK OFF” t-shirt.
Hyejeong wore this shocking “My Pussy My Rules” shirt during a performance.
His shirt had “I’ve never wanted to piss on someone’s face more than I want to piss on yours” written on his hoodie. Interesting insult!
Jimin had “Blood and sperm all over the place” written on his t-shirt.
SHINee’s Onew once wore this shirt, which some argued was in poor taste (though compared to the rest of the items on this list, it’s pretty tame).
Kikwang had “I WANNA F*CK RIHANNA” printed on his shirt. We’re not sure whether it’s true or not, but that’s usually information you keep to yourself.
He was spotted by fans wearing a “PORN IS THE NEW BLACK” t-shirt.
Onew was once seen wearing a t-shirt which read, “It’s not going to lick itself”, which (I’m sure we don’t have to tell you) can be interpreted in more than one way.