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Wednesday, August 29, 2012

Netizens suspect T-ara's apology letter was written by somebody else


Article: T-ara's official apology letter, swept in controversy over difference in handwriting

Source: X Sports News via Nate

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The article basically compares the members' handwritings from Mnet's 'T-ara's Dream Girls' with their latest apology letter and claims that the letter matches none of the girls' handwritings. Netizens are suspicious over whether the letter was written by someone else in place of the girls. (The picture can be viewed in a bigger resolution at the source link, blogger resized it.)

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1. [+137, -11] So they put up a letter that no one knows who wrote and now they're like, "See? We apologized. We're going to comeback so don't talk crap anymore." Did they think we'd reply back, "Ah~ okay~ Work hard on your promotions, bbuing bbuing!"

2. [+111, -11] Isn't it obvious it was written by someone else? The handwriting is obvious. From T-ara my butt ㅋㅋㅋ

3. [+102, -9] I knew this would happen ㅋㅋ And of course they'll just claim it's nothing but suspicions. Even their apology has no truth to it, just a way to get sympathy for their comeback, nothing more, nothing less

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22 comments:

  1. *cackle*
    Burn baby, burn
    Disco inferno ♪

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  2. LoooooooooooooooL
    T-ARA can't win!!! Give up T-tanic!

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  3. As a hardcore T-ara fan I knew none of those handwritings belong to T-ara.
    they should have apologized weeks ago :/

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  4. This kind of apology letter is always written by the company staff/manager.. so there is a huge posibility that netizen are right..

    T-ARA comeback will be DAEBAK! Everyone knows them, I bet they'll do better than KARA, 2NE1, WG, F(x), etc.

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    1. Delusional fans is delusional

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  5. "See? We apologized. We're going to comeback so don't talk crap anymore."
    Did they think we'd reply back, "Ah~ okay~ Work hard on your promotions, bbuing bbuing!"
    XD so funny.

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  6. Lol wow that just screams insincerity. Where's your determination, girls? I can't believe they had someone else write the apology letter, how long does it take to write a page anyway? It's not like they have much to do nowadays ㅋㅋ

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  7. Are you not working ? Everyone in Korea How are you today? Why ? stop to bully to T-ara.You have to do work to do ,have to study to study.That are good,don't interest to other life.

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  8. T-ara is going down in k-netizen eyes
    Just comeback next year

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  9. Well my question is: IF TARA really did write that letter, then WHO wrote it? Because obviously the letter was just written by one person...not all 6/7/or how many members there are of them could have written that one letter.

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    1. The staff maybe~ lol idk~

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  10. content (c)opyright: CCM crisis team (T-ara managers & PR staffs & SKK etc)
    hand-writing: cody unnie xD~

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  11. "Ah~ okay~ Work hard on your promotions, bbuing bbuing!"

    LOL a+ reply right there, omg. But anyway, lol. T-ara just cannot win. They should've stayed quiet for much longer tbh. Why are they pushing this september comeback? Just stop for now CCM, just stop.

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  12. Stylist unnie wrote it!!!!!!! 'Buing Buing' was when Krystal replaced Eunjung as Korea's Police Agency promotion model...

    Good luck with 7st album T-error :D

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  13. CCm said it was Qri write the letter. finally the only person who not involved in this scandal write an apology letter, the other member were to proud to themselves to say sorry..

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  14. KKS keeps f**king it up for T-ara. I bet he thinks he's so clever with his tactics to gain sympathy and using "subtle" wording to avoid addressing the bullying allegations. People just aren't as stupid as he seems to think they are and his cheap tricks are very easy to see through. People just want an honest apology straight from the girl's mouths and an admission of their wrongdoings. Also officially offer to reinstate Hwayoung without any BS strings attached and let Hwayoung choose if she wants to come back. Anything short of going full out to repair the damage will be seen as dodging the issue and netizens will continue to criticise T-ara and CCM.

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  15. All of you with negative comments are dumb f*cks. Doesn't matter who WROTE it. They have no reason to apologise anyway. It's only the netizens who have done something wrong. As always.

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    1. I guess the members ganging up on Hwayoung on twitter never happened then, huh? Netizens are not to blame in this case, and it's hilarious when butthurt fans use them as a scapegoat. Blame KKS and T-ara's impulses.

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  16. I bet T-ara got someone else to write it just to troll the k-netizen haters some more. Appears to be working. Netizen tears taste the sweetest.

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  17. Netizens are completely to blame. So T-ara had a fight on Twitter, big deal. What group of 7-8 girls doesn't have a fight occasionally. Pretty dumb for them to do it in public but it doesn't justify the brainless mob-mentality crucifixion from 12 year old Starcraft nerds they've endured ever since.

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    1. All groups fight but that's beside the point. They were dumb enough to make it public and CCM's statements didn't help. They ARE to blame and I say that as a fan. I'm sick of people pulling the netizen card when idols do dumb shit. People speculate and criticize everything, netizen or not. That's just how the world works. If they didn't want so much backlash they should have kept their problems off of a social networking site.

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