Usually they have been active on instagram early on or went viral cause of a post or got noticed by someone with a big following. Hyulari is new to instagram and I don’t know if one of her selfie went viral so idk how she blew up. I don’t think tons of hashtags are that helpful, unless they got lucky. I notice these ig girls have been actively trying to be famous and sometimes it’s through sites like tumblr and they later move onto instagram.
I understand but wondering how did she blew up, did a selfie of hers went viral. She’s pretty new and blew up quickly. Just one year ago she was only at 12k and now she’s at 328k. Same with Jessica vu but I understand jessica more because she fits the Instagram look more and has great makeup skills. i notice Chanel seem to favor light eyed asian girls
dang she's working w/ channel. How do these instagram girls get famous especially as fast as her? I notice most of them actively try to be internet famous for awhile, I haven't came across one that became famous accidentally.
88rising posted a edited compilation of bts being touchy out of context like bts hitting each other butts (when it was a punishment for the games they play on like Korean variety shows) on their instagram. In the background of the video it had one of their artist song and they captioned the post "BTS got History" (implying they're gay) and a bunch of their followers were being misogynistic and homophobic in the comment section, which triggered bts fans and 88 had the post up for awhile, knowing full well people were being homophobic and insulting bts. It was more weird because a week or so before this happened, one of the Bts member posted their song on their twitter and 88rissing were so happy that they even filmed a video thanking bts for the shout out but considering what they done shortly after that, fans also felt kinda betrayed.
I knew it. If she was genuinely sorry and plus with all the time she had to reflect, she would have mention exactly what she did wrong, but she still beat around the bush and she didn't explain why she's suddenly apologizing, it was all too suspicious. She's really dumb.
kpop idols aren't considered masculine in Asia too, so I don't think it's a western masculine thing. These men just don't realize that teenage girls is the demographic Kpop idols trying to appeal to. Young girls like pretty boys.
I don't know why so many ppl thought she was the better jenner/kardashian, she seems like a huge brat, just spoiled and has terrible work ethnic, which make it bad for her because of how privilege she is and all the flack she gets for it. For a 22yr old, she's still in her "I'm not like other girls" phase. I don't know why she's so desperate to be ~not like other girls~. People can sense you ain't acting genuine, it's like that vogue video where she was trying so hard to be interested in basketball and appear like a tomboy. There's several instances where she want ppl to know she's a tomboy and not like other girls. I only seen clips of kuwtk and has she always throw shade to kylie? But yeah she has a lot of growing up to do, she seems immature and think she can just live off from the kardashian name.