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Minor abuse in k-pop industry

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lily
lily
15 days ago

wow this is utterly sad, especially new jeans cookie song. most young girls are now singing the song without understadnin the meaning. the world keeps getting worse and worse

Albran
Albran
15 days ago

Asian culture doesn’t have the concept of minority. In Japan having $e# with a 13 yo girl is totally legal. Out there, you will never find headlines about p3do crimes, It is simply not considered crime!
For women, It is also extremely hard to win a rape case!

stevencasteel
stevencasteel
15 days ago

There are only so many slots to fill.

Most of these kids and their parents take the “easy” rat race route of abuse.

Instead of fighting for table scraps they should be writing their own songs and filming their own dance routines and music videos with quality production values.

No excuse. The tech is cheap. We’re more empowered than ever to do everything ourselves.

People are just lazy and would rather w***e out to the Devil.

CaliGirlWonders
CaliGirlWonders
13 days ago
Reply to  stevencasteel

So true. Also, most of the parents have literally sold their children into these sick cults which are simply modeling Disney, and we all here know about that pedo culture. All of mainstream “entertainment” is infected with this disease. I now feel extremely fortunate that I was never “selected” to get a lucrative record deal while I was endeavoring to do so for many years in Hollywood. But, OH, the stories of that time. . . .

frenchtoast2000
frenchtoast2000
15 days ago

I was also looking into K-pop and their abuse. One particular case was them bullying a girl who actually ended up gaining weight and got to her healthy weight average. They relentlessly bullied her when she looked normal and got a little curvy. Luckily she wasn’t pushed to suicide and after leaving tried to start a solo career independently. But after releasing an album they made rumors of her again and she quit social media altogether. Her name is Kyla Massie. It was a shame because even her own brother was fabricating her as a bad person in order to get famous.

Last edited 15 days ago by frenchtoast2000
CaliGirlWonders
CaliGirlWonders
13 days ago

Another tragic story. It’s so maddening and heartbreaking!