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Netizens Claim SM Rookie Group aespa Being Terrorized

by Luna Young / Nov 24, 2020 09:25 AM EST
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SM Entertainment rookie group aespa has been the target of several issues even before they debuted last November 17. A couple of their members were accused of being bullies in the past and now the latest one is targeting their profile page. 

According to Allkpop, aespa's Namu Wiki page was edited to post some disturbing information. Namu Wiki is similar to Wikipedia and contains some information about their weight, height, and some family background. 

One particular member was targeted, Ningning, who is the main vocalist and also the maknae or youngest of the group. In her profile, they changed her nationality to North Korean and said that her parents had died. They also put her position as "fat pig". By now, the information has been reverted back to the correct ones but not before it had been seen by many. Netizens condemned the acts of spreading malicious rumors about the member. 

Meanwhile, aespa continues to promote their debut single "Black Mamba". The song was well-received, charting in many countries all over the world. The music video also broke the record for the fastest debut MV to gain 10 million views. They were able to set this record at only nine hours after their MV was released. 

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