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"Yayaya", T-ARA's single was released on December 1, 2010. During promotion time, the group was accused of imitates the American Indians culture and the Western stereotypes in their music video. In a statement regarding the abstract lyrics, the responsable songlyrics explained: "I used the hook technique to turn the song into a sort of riddle. I wanted the unique expressions to arouse the curiosity of listeners. I wanted to express the unique music through lyrics that sounded like a spell. Please don’t misunderstand it and just enjoy the exciting music." The music video features costumes and gestures (patting their hands over their mouths, finding a young man who crashed there and tying him to a stake, and living in teepees) which some have called "Stereotypical Native American".
T-ara began promotions their song on December 3, 2010, performing "Wae Ireoni" alongside "Yayaya" on KBS's Music Bank.

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