It can be recalled that Allissa Shin, BLACKPINK Rosé's doppelganger, called her haters "imbeciles" for harassing her nonstop on social media. Sadly, they are not yet done with her.
Shin became a huge topic on the internet realm after netizens spotted her as someone who almost perfectly resembles Rosé. Being a lookalike of a sensational K-pop star, she gained both praise and hate.
While she receives favorable reactions to having an uncanny resemblance to BLACKPINK's main vocal, a lot of antis are trying to ruin her by sending rude messages.
Cyberbullying is a crime, but a lot of netizens continue to malign others on social media. Recently, Shin shared a set of Stories on her personal Instagram account, showing screenshots of rude private messages from BLINKs.
And in one of these screenshots, someone told her, "Not @ u trying to change almost every feature on your face to look like Rose' via makeup & editing b**ch this is getting really embarrassing..& the fact that you pose and take photos in the same way that she does too.. BHFJDJF"
The hater added, "Literally countless hairstyles and outfits are copied from her and it's actually frightening because you are basically fatter and more worthless/disfigured/unsymmetrical version of Rosé and you'll never amount to anything in life other than being known as a Rose' tribute act you dumb worthless unoriginal b**ch."
In a separate screenshot, Allissa also revealed how death threats were sent to her, all because she's Rosé's look-a-like. The message reads, "Hey Rose' copycat : ). I know where you work at b**ch. I promise you that you're going to regret to copy our Rosie. You are going to die if you keep this up b**ch."
Aside from Allissa, a certain Yuki Mago or Yun, a New York-based Filipina fashion model who happens to be someone the former knows, is also receiving hate for being Lisa's copycat.
On her official Instagram account, Yuki shared a statement in regard to malicious comments and threats that she has been getting.
"Hello everyone, this is Yun.
Before I am a model or social media figure, I am human.
As per the suggestion of my manager and with the help of my previous agency, I have consulted legal professional in order to ensure that my safety online and in person remains unthreatened.
Blackmail, acts of defamation in the form of spreading false information, harassment, threatening violence and bodily harm, and stalking are all recognized as criminal acts.
We are prepared to respond with legal actions against any person with malicious intent.
Thank you for understanding."
Yun said that she and Allissa became friends on Instagram as they both reached out to each other for experiencing the same plight as lookalikes of BLACKPINK members.