T-ARA Anti-Fans, Is it Time to Ignore Them?
By Staff Writer | August 15, 2012 09:12 AM EDT
It seems that the anti-fans are not willing to back down. Ever since the dismissal of Hwayoung, the response from the anti-fans have not been good. Even with the company trying to explain the situation, it seemed to make it worse.
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It has come down to having Hwayoung and T-ARA come together and publicly speak about the truth. Anything other than this will not satisfy these internet users.
With the anti-fan cafes, there seems to be a similarity. The fact that these groups try to make the evidence they find fit with the situation and make that evidence turn into the truth.
With the 'T-ARA crisis', they have temporarily stopped their activities. However, 3 of the members who had already been working on their drama roles are still active.
However, internet users are criticizing and demanding them to stop the roles.
This past monday, member Soyeon was involved in a car accident and was sent to the hospital.
Soyeon was also seen at the press conference for her drama. She did speak a bit about the 'T-ARA crisis' and explained that they did not mean for Hwayoung to get kicked out of the group. They had only wanted to solve their minor conflict.
It seemed that the anti-fans are now not believing what any of the members or the agency says. After the news of Soyeon's accident, almost 90% of the response was negative and a mere 10% who worried about her health.
This crisis started off with the bullying rumors and began to spread out with the 'evidence' footage that internet users has posted. It seems that this 'crisis' has become bigger than it really needs to be.
Yesterday, Hyomin attended the press conference for her sitcom. When asked about the 'T-ARA crisis', she asked for them to only ask questions about the show. Hyomin was also seen tearing up during the conference.
It seems that this crisis is leaning towards one side and is causing quite the controversy.
These criticisms from the anti-fans are able to attack behind their computers, but are not able to come out in public.
How far is too far? It seems that this 'crisis' is stuck in a rut as anti-fans continue to criticize while the members and CEO try to explain. Someone needs to come out and reveal the 'truth' for this to end.
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