Freezia's reps confirm the Dior bag used in her Dior perfume ad is fake

Article: Song Jia reps, "The Dior bag in the Dior ad is a replica... her agency's mistake"

Source: Everyday Economy via Naver

1. [+5,624, -29] ㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋ I mean, you can buy fakes... it just ruins the illusion you're trying to portray as a fashion YouTuber. Let's all just live within our means. I'm embarrassed for her, really.

2. [+1,421, -12] At this point, it'd be easier to find what's authentic

3. [+474, -2] Is this some gag concert episode? A hidden camera prank? She really used a fake Dior bag for a Dior ad? ㅋㅋㅋㅋ Their company's in for an earful from the Dior marketing department ㅋㅋㅋ

4. [+428, -5] At this rate, she needs to just delete her Instagram account ㅋㅋ Why did she lie about being a golden spoon celeb ㅠ... all that arrogant sass about beating anyone on Single's Inferno. With what? With your luxury brands? The other ladies who have healthier mental states seemed way more classier and prettier than you.

5. [+261, -2] If she wore a fake on a Dior ad, shouldn't Dior be suing her? ㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋ

6. [+209, -1] These influencers get paid thousands for these brand ads, she basically committed fraud by showcasing a fake Dior bag on a Dior ad. And their excuse is just "there were no ill intentions with the replica" so are they just saying they're ignorant, then?

7. [+200, -2] Seems 9 out of 10 of her luxury pictures are fakes

8. [+183, -3] She said the Dior bag was passed down to her by her mother, and now she's claiming she just bought it because it was pretty... every word that comes out of her mouth is a lie now

9. [+144, -0] Never seen someone advertise a brand with their own fakes, how novel. Dior totally got played with this one.

10. [+135, -0] "There are some that she bought without knowing whether the brands actually sold such products or not" is she serious right now? So she bought something for way cheaper than the brand is usually known for and she thought it was real...? Or did she buy a fake for thousands thinking it was real? This makes no sense ㅋㅋ

11. [+130, -6] When news of this first broke out, I thought, "Sure, it's not a big deal"... but I'm getting more and more disappointed with her ㅜㅜ

12. [+118, -3] One of her videos is titled "Closet haul of someone who wears Moncler puffer and Louis Vuitton dress to the supermarket"... what a cheap title


Article: The Song Jia craze has turned into rage... "Even her past is being dug up" the reason she's become a target

Source: Money Today News via Naver

1. [+4,172, -63] Wearing fakes was never the problem. It was her lying about them as being authentic. She basically scammed everyone...

2. [+2,021, -13] It's a problem that she lied to raise her views and earn financial gain from said lies. That's a scam, isn't it? It'd make no sense for viewers to stay calm when they were played by her lies.

3. [+1,151, -30] I've seen some foreign media outlets try to create this narrative that luxury brands are everything to Korean women and that's why fakes are trendy here too... so yes, it's pissing me off that she's created this narative about us. I already see racist comments saying Asian women love fakes. Why would any of us like it when China's image of knock-offs is being pushed onto Koreans...

4. [+273, -4] 70% of Song Jia's fame is accounted to her image as a wealthy girl who wears luxury brands, and now her fame has been outed to be fake. That's what people are mad about. I'm sure we know some people around us who wear fakes in real life but it's not the wearing fakes that we're mad at. If she never marketed herself as a luxury girl, if all she had was her face, then she never would've gotten this famous this fast. It's not like she's a beauty of a generation like Kim Tae Hee or Kim Hee Sun.

5. [+267, -2] No one would've cared about her wearing fakes in a monthly luxury rental. The problem is that she acted like a golden spoon who only ever wears luxury brands and used that image to gain followers and make money off of. 

6. [+229, -1] It's not like she wore fakes without knowing that they were fakes. She acted like they were real, making up stories about how she bought it and where, mixing in a few authentic items to make the story more believable. It's understandable for viewers to feel betrayed, that they were lied to... No one's this mad because she wore fakes in a one time incident.

7. [+225, -5] I wonder how much of an influence this liar has had on teen women? I'm sure she's influenced some teens to beg their parents or save up their allowance to buy a luxury item (how did their parents feel knowing they couldn't afford it?).. or women in their twenties saved up money from their part-time jobs, from their minimum wage entry level jobs, to buy that one luxury item, all because of someone they considered their muse was wearing all these things, which turned out to be fake in the end. I don't care about her YouTube or Instagram but she should be banned from ever being on Korean TV again.

8. [+195, -0] Her content was based around showing off her luxury goods. That's how she earned her income, and that's why she's getting hate for it now. If a mukbang YouTuber wore fakes in their videos, nobody would've cared. 

9. [+173, -3] Everyone got played ㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋ the life portrayed on SNS is all fake ㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋ

10. [+70, -1] None of this would've been a problem if she said she was wearing fakes or never wore them on TV. Instead, she featured fakes on her YouTube channel as authentic and fooled people into believing her lies. People are enraged because they were lied to.