After School’s Kahi Addresses the Online Hate Following Her COVID-19 Controversies
After School‘s Kahi recently revealed how she feels about the hate she’s been facing following her COVID-19 controversies.
Actress Jung Ga Eun recently took to her Instagram to vent about her frustration.
There’s so much that I want to say… but people are telling me that this is not the time… and that I have to hold it in… I know they love me and they want the best for me… but I feel frustrated… In this profession… I can’t say what’s really on my mind at times… and I have no choice but to hold it in… But… since there are many people who believe in me… I’ll withstand today with that motivation.
– Jung Ga Eun
And in response, Kahi sympathized with her and vented her frustration about the online rumors being spread about her.
I posted yellow to remember the Sewol Ferry incident… I was in a position where I couldn’t say anything, but the media reported on it… Let’s get through this, Unnie.
Ahead of this event, Kahi faced much controversy and criticism online for not practicing social distancing measures in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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And when she shared a yellow photo to remember the Sewol Ferry incident, she was the topic of online conversation once more.
She later went on to explain to curious netizens that she posted the photo in remembrance of the Sewol Ferry incident.