Chinese Media Spreads Outrageous Fake News Targeting Kwon Eunbi’s Appearance
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Chinese Media Spreads Fake News Targeting Kwon Eunbi's Appearance
Once again, Chinese media has crossed the line with fake news attacking a Korean celebrity. This time, the target is Kwon Eunbi, a popular Korean singer and former member of the group IZ*ONE.
Attacks on Kwon Eunbi's Appearance
On August 27th, Chinese entertainment reported that Kwon Eunbi's middle school graduation photo was released, suggesting that her current popularity is undeserved due to her unattractive appearance at that time. They claimed that she had a wide face, monolid eyes, and a flat nose, insinuating that she must have undergone plastic surgery to enhance her beauty.
However, these allegations are baseless and nothing more than fake news. Kwon Eunbi's facial features have naturally changed over time, as is the case with most people. Comparing her current photos to those from her debut in 2014, it is clear that her appearance has evolved naturally.
Kwon Eunbi's Rise to Fame
Kwon Eunbi debuted in 2018 as a member of IZ*ONE, a popular K-pop group formed through the survival show 'Produce 48.' She quickly gained a large fanbase and received lots of love from fans all over Asia. In 2021, she made her debut as a soloist, further solidifying her position in the industry.
Recently, Kwon Eunbi went viral for her captivating presence at the Waterbomb Festival. Her performance showcased her talent and charisma, earning her the title of the 'Goddess of Waterbomb.' Additionally, her October release 'Underwater' was a huge success, further increasing her popularity.
Chinese Media's Targeting of K-pop Celebrities
Unfortunately, this is not the first time that Chinese media has targeted Korean celebrities with fake news. DJ Koo Jun Yup and former WJSN member Cheng Xiao have also faced similar situations in the past.
DJ Koo Jun Yup faced rumors of infidelity, divorce, and drug use after marrying Taiwanese actress Barbie Hsu. These false allegations caused him significant distress and harm to his reputation.
Similarly, Cheng Xiao was caught up in rumors of an affair and childbirth with actor Tony Leung. These baseless rumors caused unnecessary stress and damage to her career.
It is disheartening to see Chinese media continuously spreading fake news to harm Korean celebrities. These unfounded allegations not only damage their reputations but also create unnecessary stress and anxiety for the artists involved.
In conclusion, it is important to be critical of the news we consume and not believe everything we read. Fake news can have serious consequences for individuals, especially public figures like Kwon Eunbi. Let us support our favorite artists and stand against the spread of false information.
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