Completely agree. She belongs to the category of kboos who are so extra they try to learn everything about Korea to make it look like they're genuinely interested in the culture (or whatever B.S. they claim) when really it's just a sign of how deep their fetish is. She really inserted herself into a culture and country she has no business with but she wants to seem semi-woke for posting rants about how intolerant their country is for people like her (plus sized black women). She's just so annoying because she really wants to come off as that unbothered bitch who has Korean guys all over her when really she's the thirsty one. Thirsty for them (half the reason she goes to the clubs she trashes so much in her vids) and thirsty for the clout and views.
She's trying to make us seem classist for telling her to cook instead of getting McDs and yeah telling someone to buy and cook groceries can be classist but that argument is usually used in defense of low-income families with parents who work 50+ hrs a week and dont have time or the initial capital to buy anything, not privileged brats like Bri who could easily save up but choose to beg from equally poor subscribers/her mom. FOH.
I'm on mobile and unsure how to include a spoiler cut so pardon me going a little OT, but did anyone see the screenshot she had posted of a gofundme for some guy in Japanese police custody? I didn't think to screenshot it and forgot to look it up but I was curious as to who he was and why he was arrested.
Idk, probably because she just feels angry over the situation. And maybe not feeling like you can defend yourself in the moment just further fuels that anger? She does describe feeling powerless and scared in her rant video. I'm not trying to defend her because I think she's an entitled brat who probably has yellow fever, but I really don't think she did anything to deserve that experience. My one criticism of her video is that she mentions people having a misconception of Japanese men being sweet like shoujo manga characters and how that's false and I'm sure that's what she thought before she moved there lmao
Sometimes but many women don't speak up because there is a real fear of the guy turning violent on you. As angry as you might feel in the moment, the fear of how the creep will react might be stronger, especially if you're relatively small and don't know how to fight.
Every video she's put on in Korea is so cringey to me. At one point in her latest vlog, she referred to old college classmates she ran into as dongsaengs/hoobaes which makes no sense. Just say they're your classmates instead of throwing random Korean words around.