FIESTAR’s Yezi caught posting on hip-hop gallery pretending not to be herself?

A poster on an online community hip-hop board has caught attention after netizens became suspicious, prompting them to investigate.

On October 11th, a poster published a post on hip-hop community board asking, “Why do males not like Yezi?” In the actual post, the netizen continues, “Isn’t she considered sexy? She is also pale.”

In an image capture, two netizens comment is seen and reads, “But they like her? Who says they don’t–“ and one particular netizen calls out, “Are you Yezi?”

On this particular board, a poster’s IP is revealed, thus netizens have put their investigative hats on and searched the IP which was discovered to have come from just outside LOEN Entertainment.



However, netizens on Pann responding pointed out that even though the IP pointed to an area just across LOEN Entertainment, it does not necessarily mean that it was Yezi herself as it could have been a staff from the agency. Additionally, because fans are known for camping out in front of popular agencies, a possibility could also be that a fan wrote it and not Yezi.

It should be noted that FIESTAR, Yezi’s idol girl group, was originally under LOEN Entertainment until it decided to split into a multi-label group consisted of LOEN Tree and Collabodadi. FIESTAR was moved to Collabodadi.

Yezi is currently gaining a lot of recognition with her popularity increasing due to her current participation in Unpretty Rapstar Vol.2 via Mnet.

Koreaboo has collected reactions from Netizens who commented on the original article from our Korean source. The below comments are the most popular comments at the time of this article being published.

[+230, -2] ㅁㅊ….It gives me goosebumps how they traced the IP..

[+174, -15] If it’s really Yezi, it’s really cuteㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋ

[+168, -7] Did you think singers do nothing while being at the company ㅇㅅㅇ And there’s also a Starbucks next door so someone from there could have also written it

[+60, -1] Is there a problem if she did write it?

[+45, -2] Isn’t there a law against IP tracking?

Source: Pann