The group’s debut EP was dropped digitally on August 1 and the physical album sale began on August 8 with the third title track ‘Cookie’ as its music video released on the former date. As the audiences began listening to the song, many questions arose about the innuendos of these lyrics being sung by teens.
ADOR, the management agency responsible for NewJeans has now responded to all controversies in a new statement. In the notice, the company went into detail behind the meaning of the song. They start off by saying that it is unfortunate that the lyrics were interpreted differently than intended and have apologised for any misunderstanding it may have caused.
Explaining the purpose behind the EP, it was also revealed that a storyline binds all the four tracks on the album and were meant as depictions of the relationship between artists and fans, that is the creators and their audience.
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