Stray Kids’ I.N Chaotically Ties Record For The Group’s Shortest VLIVE Ever… Then Deletes The Evidence

It disappeared without a trace! (Except for on Twitter, of course.)

On July 12, Stray Kids‘ maknae I.N decided to livestream the 52nd episode of his Youngest Private Life series. Little did he know that he would end up making Stray Kids history that day!

As soon as I.N turned the camera on, he realized that he accidentally forgot to add a filter to the video. Almost immediately, he covered his face with his hand and turned the camera off.

Although he probably didn’t notice it then, I.N’s initial livestream lasted for the exact same amount of time held by the reigning champion, Bang Chan, who also went live by accident for five seconds back in June.

Fans everywhere find the whole situation hilarious, with one STAY even making an ongoing meme out of the shortest VLIVE saga.

However, fans are currently questioning whether or not I.N actually has the right to share the title with Bang Chan. This is because I.N said at the beginning of his new broadcast that he was going to permanently delete the video.

Oh? This froze! It froze and kicked me off the app. So I was getting ready to restart… but then it started without me pushing any buttons. Haha! I had to stop the other live to continue this one. I don’t know why the other one stopped like that. Anyway, that caught me off guard. I guess I’ll delete the other video though, it’s only 5 seconds long.

— I.N

Due to the fact that it was ultimately wiped from the channel completely, it’s been hard for people to come to a consensus!

What do you think about the situation?

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