T-ARA SNS Feud, 'Beautiful SNS Spokespeople?'

By Staff Writer | August 03, 2012 02:22 PM EDT

T-ARA SNS Feud, 'Beautiful SNS Spokespeople?'
T-ARA SNS Feud, 'Beautiful SNS Spokespeople?' (Photo : d)

With the Twitter messages that started the T-ARA crisis, it has been revealed that T-ARA has been the spokesperson for SNS. 

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One month ago, T-ARA had been a spokesperson for 'Let's Make a Beautiful Internet World' where they promoted using the internet in a friendly way.

After they became spokespeople for this cause, the member's Twitter accounts reached over 140,000 followers. 

The T-ARA members also tweeted on their accounts, "Everyone, lets show our warm hearts on the internet. T-ARA will be with you on this beautiful internet world."

However, after T-ARA's tweets that were posted after their Japan Budokan concert about determination, many people begin wondering if these posts were being directed to Hwayoung

On August 1, many internet users demanded that the 'Let's Make a Beautiful Internet World' website be changed. However, the website deleted the Q and A section of the website. 

Also, many have also demanded that T-ARA Eunjung be removed from the national police agency website as well.

Tagged :  T-ARA, Hwayoung, Core Contents Media

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