Should idols be punished for things they did at school?

  • I don't trust knetz and their hypocrisy. They'll even fabricate rumors that a celebrity didn't attend a certain college and obtain such-and-such diploma, totally blowing up a scandal, and even when given proof multiple times, they refuse to believe it and keep harassing and pushing the issue that the artist has to sue for criminal defamation.

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  • the thing is..the school bully thing is still happening in korean schools, still a serious problem. I think that's why koreans are upset about the current situation since the victims could be anyone around them.

  • On the flip side, with idols and celebrities in general, maybe the public shouldn't be trigger happy and just wait till resolution. People aren't automatically guilty when accused. Still the public on social media are happy to act like bullies to both accused and accusers. Sadly it seems the nature of social media. Extreme reactions are rewarded while mild ones are buried.


    I do understand social media being the only avenue for some victims, but at the same time there are lot of stupid people who abuse it to spread misinformation about anything and not even strong defamation laws and censorship deter them to tarnish someone's reputation as it is that easy.

  • Saying past is past is like saying that someone who killed someone 10 years ago and wasnt caught should just be living on like normal.

    Ofc it depends on how bad it was and I would just disregard stupid shit a lot of teenagers do sometimes which is not severe. Also things people did under 11/12 because most of them dont fully understand yet.

    But if you bullied someone severely for them to develop major problems during the bullying and years after, maybe even considering suicide or wishing to transfer? All while you where old enough to know way better? Then I dont even care if it was 25 years ago, you have to pay for that shit.

    Someone who tortures someone to the point where they develop mental problems and might even kill themselves doesnt deserve to live a happy bubbly life. Why do you all care for the career of such people? They are trash. Most people like that dont actually change, they just learn to be more discreet. And even the few who do, they are still trash. Good that they changed, but at some point of their life they seriously scared another person for years to come, killing them slowly every day. What kind of sane person would do that? And why would such a person actually deserve forgiveness if they didnt go out of their way in some way to earn it?

    Like how you jumped from being mean in school to murder in your first sentence just to immediately backtrack by acknowledging most of it isn't that severe lol. No one says "the past is the past" about literal murder.

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  • On the flip side, with idols and celebrities in general, maybe the public shouldn't be trigger happy and just wait till resolution. People aren't automatically guilty when accused. Still the public on social media are happy to act like bullies to both accused and accusers. Sadly it seems the nature of social media. Extreme reactions are rewarded while mild ones are buried.


    I do understand social media being the only avenue for some victims, but at the same time there are lot of stupid people who abuse it to spread misinformation about anything and not even strong defamation laws and censorship deter them to tarnish someone's reputation as it is that easy.

    It's a demographic issue. On the social media you'll find mostly youngsters. That's why reactions will most of the time be quick-tempered, unreasonable, with very little perspective. And because we talking k-pop which has a very young audience, those kind of reactions flourish when it comes to idols and such. Which is the business's curse in a way. Having to cater to teenagers and young adults for a living must be hell. As an entertainer you place your fate in the hands of the less mature part of the population. The only upside is they're very passionate, so when they like something, they gonna promote it like crazy. It's a double edged sword.

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  • Like how you jumped from being mean in school to murder in your first sentence just to immediately backtrack by acknowledging most of it isn't that severe lol. No one says "the past is the past" about literal murder.

    Its called a "hyperbole". Exaggerating something to illustare your point better so thats it more understandable and its not meant to be taken entirely literal.

  • My Ultimate Bias used to be KHJ and honestly, some idols are just bad people. Even the situation is reveled to be "false" or not that serious, you have to answer yourself a question that you really want to support someone like that.


    There is lots of school bully scandals now going on, but that SM idol who was proven to bully staff member still have fans and supporters and she is old and should know better. So well its really fans choice if you just can look the other way.

  • My Ultimate Bias used to be KHJ and honestly, some idols are just bad people. Even the situation is reveled to be "false" or not that serious, you have to answer yourself a question that you really want to support someone like that.


    There is lots of school bully scandals now going on, but that SM idol who was proven to bully staff member still have fans and supporters and she is old and should know better. So well its really fans choice if you just can look the other way.

    The reactions seem to be so strong on both sides. Either people condemn an idol for breathing, or they will defend an idol as if they were defending their own family!

  • Atm, A study from The Univeristy of California-Riverside is one of many

    This isn’t something I got from the sky mate, they teach this in child development/psychology classes. Idk how to link you whole studies...you’re not required to take those classes?

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