On November 10th, miss A‘s Suzy drew a lot of attention for responding to a netizen who has been sending her a series of hateful messages.
Being a celebrity may have its perks, but it also comes with many burdens. In addition to having to deal with packed schedules and an overwhelming amount of fans who can be overwhelming at times, it’s unfortunate that celebrities also have to deal with verbally abusive netizens as well. Despite being one of the most popular idols in Korea and even earning the title “The Nation’s First Love”, the miss A member has received her fair share of haters over the years.
Last December, when she was prompted on how she responds to haters on an episode of the KBS2 TV show The Human Condition, the singer responded that she looked at everything in a positive light, and noted, “When I get stressed, I run and scream by the Han River.” However, one specific netizen on Twitter has clearly crossed the line with their negativity, as Suzy eventually responded to the vicious attacks on her Twitter account.
Despite the miss A member receiving thousands of tweets every day, the hateful messages of one particular netizen caught the singer’s attention, and eventually elicited a response. The Twitter user has repeatedly tweeted Suzy with messages such as “Get banned from the industry! Get in to a car crash and die” and “I hate you go die in a car crash“, to which the Nation’s First Love finally responded to with “So…you want me to die“.
Suzy’s agency, JYP Entertainment told Newsen on November 10th, “Our stance regarding Suzy′s malicious commenter has not changed. We will be taking legal action. We won′t be overlooking this issue. We have not filed a charge yet, but the legal team will soon be on it.”
Hopefully the negative messages haven’t been too much of a stress on Suzy, who is currently filming for her upcoming movie Dorihwaga. It was also recently announced that miss A will also be prepping for a comeback after Suzy completes filming, with the album to be ready for release around summer of 2015. With so many good things coming in the future, the singer surely doesn’t need to worry about the words of a bitter netizen. Stay strong Suzy!
Source: Sports Seoul