After death of K-pop’s Sulli, calls to strip cyberbullies of anonymity – from fellow singer and victim Solbi, music industry and fans

//After death of K-pop’s Sulli, calls to strip cyberbullies of anonymity – from fellow singer and victim Solbi, music industry and fans

After death of K-pop’s Sulli, calls to strip cyberbullies of anonymity – from fellow singer and victim Solbi, music industry and fans

Sulli, the South Korean singer-actress who was found dead this week, was a rare taboo-breaker in a world where K-pop stars’ every move is strictly monitored by their management. Her death has exposed another dark side of the industry that propelled a global craze.She unveiled her relationship with rapper Choiza at the height of her career as a member of top girl group f(x) and was vocal about not wearing a bra, defying both the K-pop world’s careful brand management and conservative social…

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By | 2019-10-17T18:30:04+00:00 October 17th, 2019|Music|Comments Off on After death of K-pop’s Sulli, calls to strip cyberbullies of anonymity – from fellow singer and victim Solbi, music industry and fans