Stray Kids’ Bang Chan Has The Best Response To Trolls Who Hate On Their Experimental Sound

He really only cares about the opinions of fans.

Stray KidsBang Chan always keeps his cool, even when internet trolls try to ruin the fun. His recent reaction to a hater proves he knows just how to handle them.

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In a recent episode of Chan’s Room, Bang Chan played requested songs like he normally does. One fan asked for Stray Kids’ “The Tortoise And The Hare,” to which Bang Chan responded, “STAYs got taste.”

However, he then read another comment that said, “‘The Tortoise And The Hare’ is a bad song.” 

Though he laughed it off, Bang Chan also noted the reasons people might not like the song.

… But I completely understand how some people might, I guess dislike it … It had a really big impact … and it was really, really experimental that’s why I guess people you know might not really like it … completely understandable.

Still, he decided to play the song.

But I’m still gonna play it anyway.

He spent the rest of the song completely vibing…

…and when the song was over, he had an important message for everyone listening.

For those who asked for the song, he was happy to comply. And for everyone who doesn’t like it, he had this to say.

And to the people who don’t like it: You mad bruh?

The moment gained even more attention after a fan posted a clip to Twitter…

…where fans were impressed by his attitude.

He ended the discussion about “The Tortoise And The Hare” with these wise words.

Taste is completely respectable … but I like it, I think STAYs like it, and in the end, that’s all that matters.

At the end of the day, he only cares what the fans think.

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