On June 22, 2015, social media was stormed by leaked video clip of Girls’ Generation or So Nyeo Shi Dae (SNSD) recent song ‘Catch Me If You Can’ Japanese version with former member Jessica Jung in it.
Netizens such as Coochie Crab Dance , jessica jung and other anonymous users from YouTube uploaded a copy of the music video clip showing 9 members in it. Also from the video, you can see what seems to be the original hairstyles of members, Taeyeon and Tiffany. You may also see copies of the leaked video in different websites and blogs by simply searching ‘Jessica Jung OT9 Catch Me If You Can’.
2 months earlier, a video showing Jessica singing to the song ‘Catch Me If You Can’ was also uploaded in YouTube and screenshots of her from the Japanese version of the music video also spread in the Internet, hinting that indeed, she was part of the original line-up for the song.
Here is the music video showing Jessica Jung on it and catch this video here while you can.
SM Entertainment, the record label of SNSD did not have any official statement yet regarding the leaking incident. It is still not clear why Jessica Jung left SNSD last January of this year. But hours later the ‘leaking’ incident, most uploaded videos are taken off from the YouTube website for copyright issues with SM Entertainment.
Last April 9, 2015, SNSD released their electrifying and upbeat dance music video ‘Catch Me If You Can’ with currently more than 20 million views from YouTube.
Here’s the original Korean music video version of the song ‘Catch Me If You Can’:
Most SONEs have mixed feelings about the issue and the hashtag #OT9 is trending both in Facebook and Twitter, as most of the fans would want to see SNSD with 9 members again.
How about you? What’s your thought on this? Will this be a sign for an Original Team 9 again? Let us know on the comments section!
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Edited by: LeighDarling