Rumor has it that, the relationship between the Chinese members and the Korean members wasn't really good.I remember when I first encountered Kpop back in 2012 I stanned EX0. And then a year later one member after another left the group until they became nine members. At the time in 2013 I was wondering why it has to be only EXO? Out of all the rookies who debuted same time as them why must EX0 and the fandom be the only ones suffering member departures and problems? I felt like it was unfair but as the year went by I realised on my own that it is probably all planned. I mention this because now there is two groups the b0yz and str@yk1ds losing 1 member. I never understood the reason behind companies having member/s leaving the group?? I honestly find it fishy especially when the reason is always 'personal circumstances' or 'suffering from depression/anxiety', and I understand both can lead to an Idol not wanting to continue with being an Idol but something just feels like it is not all just for their sake only. I mean it is sudden and abrupt and here I came up with the number theory.
The b0yz originally have 12 members but had to lose 1 to become 11 - apparently 11 is an important 0ccultic number.
And then str@yk1ds also lose 1 member to become 8 members - 8 is also an 0ccultic number that has many symbolism.
Notice how both groups lost 1 member - 1 is also an 0ccultic number with many symbolisms.
Now losing members could probably be an order or sacrifice for the group to grow and become famous but if that is the case then some underrated groups that lost member/s would be famous aka P3ntag0n etc. But we cannot deny that on the flip side losing a member can sometimes lead the group to flourishing aka 0h my g1rl case.
What I don't understand and puzzles me is why Jypee allowed the str@yk1ds member to leave so suddenly when Tw1ce m1na clearly suffering from serious anxiety but they keep holding onto her to stay in the group. Isn't it weird?