BTS Suga Answers Fan’s Question “Do You Read Malicious Hate Comments?”
In today’s modern society, hate comments, unfortunately, are quite common and widespread. And it is especially more common to see hate comments when it involves stars and celebrities.
Global superstars BTS may be K-Pop’s most influential group to have ever existed, but even for a group with such popularity aren’t immune to receiving hate comments. In fact, because of their immense fame and success, one could argue that they’d probably receive more than any other groups out there.
But just because it rampages around the internet doesn’t mean that we should condone it. Which is why it’s a relief to see that agencies are putting in more effort than in the past to make sure that it gets rooted out completely.
Just recently BTS member Suga took time to communicate with his fans through a video.
A fan asked him if he reads hate comments. To this, he responded saying
“I actually don’t read any hate comments, nor do I worry about them. It’s ok if people write a lot of hate comments. Agencies will automatically sue them anyways. I don’t read them, and they get sued, and everybody is happy.”
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