T-ARA's Stops Using Twitter Since July, Scheduled Activities Continue?
By Staff Writer | August 17, 2012 11:04 AM EDT
With T-ARA not using their twitter since July, their individual and acting activities have continued, gaining much attention.
Last month, due to the 'bullying rumors', member Hwayoung was dismissed from the group. This created the 'T-ARA crisis', which made the group stop using their twitters.
Soyeon stopped using her twitter on July 20, Qri on July 25, Boram on July 26 and Hyomin, Eunjung, Jiyeon on July 27. This has shocked fans because twitter was their main source to communicate with their fans.
On July 30, after Hwayoung was dismissed from the group, she left a message on her twitter, "Thank you to all the fans and I am sorry for letting you all down. I hope everyone stops and become more mature about it. I am sorry to worry all of you. I am also sorry to Core Contents Media and the staff members. I will come back a better person." This was written on July 31.
However, despite their stop on twitter, their individual and acting activities continued. Hyomin was seen attending her drama press conference on August 14 and Eunjung at her press conference on August 16. Soyeon is currently acting in her drama as well.
With every appearance they make, they are being asked about the 'T-ARA crisis'. During both Hyomin and Eunjung's press conferences, they were asked about it. Hyomin even showed tears at the conference.
In a situation like this, communication and honesty is important. In order for T-ARA to communicate with their fans on twitter again, they will need to be a bit more honest about themselves and the situation. They need to stop making the fans curious about the 'T-ARA crisis'. After T-ARA reveals the truth, they will be able to go back to who they once were.
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