It’s f*cking common for female guests to reform their uniforms when attending KB but people are treating Hwasa like she was some kind of criminal..ㅋㅋㅋㅋ Hwasa is pitifulㅜ

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1. [+164, -17]

Everything else aside, what I find hilarious is that every time people are trying to censor women’s clothing, Pann-girls start bringing up women’s rights ㅋㅋㅋㅋ You guys are bashing and judging female idols’ appearances all day long while making up false rumors to hate on them, and while writing countless hate posts about female idols wearing hip pads or whatnot. You guys are selectively going after pretty women and hating on them but when others are hating on the same female idols, you guys are blaming Hannams. You guys selectively hate on women whenever you want while pretending to be woke and that’s honestly just hilarious. I’ve been on Pann for 8 years and the hate that Pann-girls have for female idols is the most shocking and disgusting thing I’ve seen. Why are you guys pretending to be such modern women advocating for women’s rights now?ㅎㅎ

2. [+137, -16]

To be honest, Pann-girls who are hating on other women 24/7 and who are making up all kinds of rumors about them are way more detrimental to women’s rights than idols wearing reformed uniforms

3. [+121, -19]

You guys are dragging female idols like Karina and Yuna for their pads and push ups days in and days out to try to feel better about yourselves. Those hate posts get hundreds of upvotes but when situations like these occur, Pann-girls try to bring up women’s rights. It’s honestly hilariousㅋㅋ

4. [+98, -10]

I didn’t know that Pann-girls who spend their days making up rumors and grabbing females idols by the hair every day were this passionate about women’s rights~ you guys are always selectively bringing up women’s rights every time people try to censor female idols’ outfits…. ^^ 

5. [+56, -5]

This is called broken window effect.. They take a jab and leave a scarlet writing but later on, they take no responsibility and throw the blame on someone else