Lee Bee Ah Criticizes T-JinYo, "Stop the Witch Hunt"
By Staff Writer | July 31, 2012 05:30 PM EDT
Singer Lee Bee Ah calls the T-JinYo movement a "witch hunt."
On the 30th Lee Bee Ah tweeted, "What is T-JinYo? Is witch hunting your hobby? I also feel bad for that person but this method is only going to increase the number of hurt people. Let's keep the curiosity to a minimum."
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She continued, "As someone who has been bullied before, I totally acknowledge it's not right. However, I also don't think it's right to continue this witch hunt. It's only making things worse, if anything, not better."
T-JinYo is an online cafe that was created after news of Hwayoung's withdrawal was announced. Not even a day has passed yet the member count is over 20,000. The group aims to find out the truth behind Hwayoung's incident and how the members treated her. It's also to show support to Hwayoung.
Viewers commented with their opinions, "What's wrong is wrong, but, I do agree that we shouldn't put on a witch hunt." They also wrote, "Look up the definition of witch hunting again and come back," and, "Maybe it could be resolved by those directly involved."
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