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I always found her to be a little bit problematic after her twitter beef with silktae (if you search silktae on twitter you'll find stuff back in 7/5, this whole thing literally lasted for 48 hours wtf) she tried to call out silktae on her broken "Google-translated" Korean, but silktae is in fact Korean, just not super fluent in her own language. Asianult's anti-racist remarks have previously been exclusive to Asians, but after getting called out a couple times on twitter she's trying to sweep them under the rug by quietly deleting her tweets and being more inclusive. i agree though, she's just a special snowflake trying to get attention by being a sjw, if you can even call her that. Her approach to racism is more like "OMG LOOK I'M EXPOSING YOUR BITCHASS FOR 7k+ PEOPLE TO SEE, IM ANTI-KOREABOO QUEEN." instead of actual non-aggressive correction. ( I commend her for calling out koreaboos, but the way she goes about it is a litttleeee problematic ) attached: if her post for #ExpressiveAsians isn't a clear cry for attention then I don't know what is. Really? That's the most expressive you can get?
..... This is so embarrassing lmao I'm so embarrassed for them. This isn't even tastefully cute/sexy. The amount of photoshopping, all that blurring, those try-hard expressions, and that forceful posing .... No I can't omg this is so cringeworthy. I'm scared someone hold me pls
oh yea allkpop would really rile some people up. Expose her tweets the most but it also wouldn't hurt to add even a couple of reality/expectation photos. It'll save a lot of companies A LOT of trouble if they intended to hire her based on her looks alone. Clearly some companies (*cough* 88rising *cough* "companies") clearly don't give a shit about hiring problematic people if their looks can sell for something. Also some people tend to be more surface like that, and seeing her online vs real life photos might make people and companies think twice before hiring instagram "models" lol
I don't understand why they feel the need to photoshop themselves like bathtubs. No diss to pale skin: even the whitest of skin usually has some kind of red/pink undertone, or its usually transparent nature lends to more visible blood vessels .. or you know.. shows an indication that they're ALIVE. Whereas, these girls only seem to know how to abuse the saturation tool. The shadows in their faces and body are too heavy and too gray so now they legit look like.... bathubs lmao. It also looks like the blur out the areas where they didn't blend the foundation well enough so they just end up making their skin look like plastic.
She looks so creepy there. Something about her face seems so off. It looks.... CGI??? Uncanny Valley effect??? It's really scary to look at lmao. She doesn't look human and I don't mean that in a good way. Edit: redundant phrasing. But seriously, she needs to lay off the editing. She looks sickly pale. Her skin tone was fine to begin with.
These girls are so delusional. Please tell me they're just internet trolls. Idols wouldn't give individual fan service that extreme since any one thing they do could be misinterpreted. Even then, if a kpop idol found a fan to be attractive I doubt they'd say it explicitly like that. They'd probably be discreet about even. Someone I knew went to the BTS concert and got a fancam of Jimin "looking at her." https://instagram.com/p/BSGwu_2jkIr/ 1) could be Jimin being his shy self 2) she is actually quite pretty, so he probably got shy about looking at her a second too long. That was the most she seemed to get. No "YOU'RE HOT" or dick grabbing from any of the members. These girls don't particularly stand out from any of the other girls who posted and attended the same show or on instagram rather. If getting with a kpop idol is their goal being explicit like that and riling up fans isn't the way to go.