Girls’ Generation fans criticize ex-member Jessica Jung for insinuating infidelity on a girl group in ‘Bright’

Girls’ Generation, also known as SNSD, has trouble with brewing ex-member, Jessica Jung, releasing one novel after another. The novels contain disclaimers of the “fictional” nature of the depicted characters and incidents, but it was their connection to reality that angered Sones (SNSD fans) on the former member. Since it was announced that Jessica will be releasing her second novel, “Bright,” a sequel to her first book of 2020 “Shine,” she has faced criticism for trying to manipulate her time as a member of Girls. generation.

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Back in May, ahead of the novel’s release, Jessica’s fans published an excerpt from her second novel, “Bright,” which tells the story of Rachel and how jealousy among members of her fantasy girl group, Girls Forever, caused Rachel to surrender. Her dream is to become a K-pop idol. Jessica’s second novel was released on July 28 and fans were finally able to read the entire book, which raised a lot of questions about how close her story is to real life events and some fans are inviting her to express her bad-mouthing girls. generation members.

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In the new book, main character Rachel dreams a new dream where she finds love, friendship, and growth as an artist after debuting in a major girl group. The story also highlights unique situations in the entertainment industry, from intrigue and conspiracy by agencies to the jealousy and betrayal of members of her group as Rachel struggles with the passion she endures in secret. The novel faced criticism from Girls’ Generation fans with one fan saying, “Why did it get so rowdy after so long? That’s fishy.”

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Another fan said, “Ah, here we go again, this girl will never get over this and will keep telling stories that she shouldn’t be legally responsible for because this is a novel.” Another fan said, “I used to be ot9 but this whole situation with her and stupid f**king wrote it…She knows very well how people are and people are going to take everything very seriously and literally and they’ll get the ssd** end of the stick. Disgusting And disappointing.”

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One fan said, “They’ve been friends for years. But she can do this and doesn’t even care about the reputation of others because it’s a ‘fiction’ but she knows what’s going to happen, while others never do it but take the hate caused with a smile.” Another fan said, “Note how she’s recovering from SNSD after declaring bankruptcy.” One fan said, “Jessica stops lying and trying to be an attention seeker! You’re just a mean girl on the set, plus you don’t have the talent and personality, which adds zero value to the group.”

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Her story was consistent

On the other hand, single fans of Jessica have defended her by saying how she has been silent for years, and the book is her way of venting under the guise of fictional characters. One fan said, “People who don’t read the book keep thinking if Jessica pulls off all the snsd members, even though it’s clear in the book that only a few members envy and envy her.” Another fan replied, “Exactly and Jessica didn’t make the girls look bad at all. She also mentioned some of the members’ flaws too. Like if I were in her shoes, I’d tell cast and do a video and tell the whole story but she tells us through ‘fictional’ books with fictional names instead” .

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One fan said, “Actually, what’s making the noise here is that all of the OT8 members’ fans keep accusing and blaming Jessica. Even though Jessica was just trying to speak from her personal point of view, I told her what she saw and felt. Presumably, if she didn’t SNSD fans accept that, all they have to do is force the OT8 members to come out and speak from their own point of view. Then all issues will be resolved, perhaps.” One fan said, “And the fact that they give the ‘benefit of the doubt’ to eight people but not give the benefit of the truth to one of them is very hypocritical.”

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Another fan said, “She never declared bankruptcy, which is why she wrote the book. The misinformation and media slander happened for 8 years.” One fan said, “Why can other snsd members still love being snsd and still be willing to get back even after going their separate ways, when jess can’t? She’s the tallest trainee in snsd, and she didn’t feel hurt by all that pushed her Out?” said one fan, “Honestly, I would still be pissed after all those years if I got banned from doing something I loved more, or that’s just me. (No hate for anyone while I’m writing this).”

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Another fan noted that “her story has remained consistent since her removal from the group” while another said that those who oppose Jessica should put themselves in her “shoes” and ask if they also won’t feel “negative feelings” after being robbed. A career in something they loved. For now, it remains to be seen if Jessica, by alluding to infidelity in Bright, can open herself up to defamation lawsuits under Korean law that punishes “reputational damage”.

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