Suzy Upset at Fake Pic

Songstress Suzy, also known as member of K-pop girl band miss A,
is in shock after a photoshopped picture of her in an act of gross indecency was
posted onto her Twitter account.

The picture, which uses the singer’s life-sized signboard as a sex
object, spread on various online communities from Sunday through Suzy’s Twitter
account which has over 1.5 million followers in total.

Many netizens in Korea were initially outraged at the irrational
behavior of uploading the picture on an online space, especially as Suzy
is still only eighteen.

Online communities have alleged that the person responsible is a
member of an online community called “Ilbe” and the community did a mass cyber
attack on the singer earlier when she posted a mention to support a faction film
“26 Years”.

Suzy’s agency JYP Entertainment officials have made it clear that
they would take legal action, adding they have asked assistance from the Cyber
Terror Response Center to deal with the incident.

JYP’s C.E.O and music Producer Park Jin-young wrote on his official
Twitter Monday that, “They say ‘do hate the fault but don’t hate the person.’ It
means we should not hate someone who has done wrong.”

Park went on to say “So if a person hates someone when she has not
done anything wrong, this is a reflection of the unhappiness he or she feels
about their life,” revealing his sadness about the whole
situation.

Suzy, who broke into the music scene with miss A’s hit debut single
“Bad Girl Good Girl” in 2010, has been active in the film and TV dramas, afer
taking a female lead in KBS hit series “Dream High” (2010).

After being recognized as a rising star, she has cemented her
acting career with a romantic pic “Architecture 101” and KBS series “Big” this
year and came back to the local music scene with the fifth mini-album of miss A,
“INDEPENDENT WOMEN” in October.

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