Ryan Reynolds becomes K-pop star by joining boy band Exo, according to him and only him

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      Is the world ready for a new K-pop star from Vancouver to dominate the charts?

      Hometown hero Ryan Reynolds, sometimes known as the Merc With the Mouth in the Deadpool movies and other shenanigans, attended the world premiere of his action-thriller 6 Underground in Seoul, South Korea, on December 2.

      Directed by Michael Bay (who previously worked with Reynolds on the 2005 remake of The Amityville Horror), the Netflix movie follows a squad of six vigilantes who fake their deaths

      The cast includes Mélanie Laurent, Manuel Garcia-Rulfo, Adria Arjona, Corey Hawkins, and Ben Hardy.

      Meanwhile, Reynolds, who is known to tell the truth and only the truth, formed his own vigilante crew by meeting up with six members of the nine-piece South Korean-Chinese boy band Exo.

      In a social media post, Reynolds claimed he joined the band, thereby embarking upon a new career of international pop superstardom and other related poppycock.

      Exo members Sehun and Chanyeol shared photos on social media though they declined to comment on self-proclaimed Reynolds’ membership, which no else else has been reported to be aware of. Exo's management has not commented on Reynolds' statement. 

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      Whether or not Reynolds' vocal abilities are up to par remains to be seen. 

      At the event, Exo performed “Obsession”, their latest single released on November 27 from their seventh studio album of the same name.

      6 Underground is scheduled to be released on December 13.

      In other breaking news, Reynolds made a heart with his hands.