T-ARA Soyeon, After Bullying Scandal, Bashes Actress Yoon Eun Hye?
By Staff Writer | January 22, 2013 02:05 PM EST
Internet users have been guessing that the three were bashing senior actress and singer Yoon Eun Hye.
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Recently on an online community board, the messages sent amongst the three were revealed.
Soyeon, in response to the clothing brand Sua was wearing, commented, "Wearing the same clothes as me."
Sua then commented, "It was hard for me to get my hands on these clothes. But that girl is wearing this brand so much now...I can't wear it anymore."
Sua also commented, "What is that girl? So I shouldn't wear it?"
Yoo In Na then joined the conversation and commented, "Isn't it 'stich'?". 'Stich' was most likely a nickname for the person they were talking about.
Sua then commented, "Mad stich?" and Yoo In Na commented, "Old Stich."
Today, a media site released an article titled, 'Junior celebrities bashing on Senior Celebrities'.Also, although Soyeon had only said one thing during the entire conversation, she was talked bout the most due to the 'T-ARA crisis' from a while back.
Many fans are curious as to who 'stich' is. Some believe that it is actress Yoon Eun Hye that they are talking about.
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