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Ga In and Joo Ji Hoon's representatives say 'No comment' after the series of Instagram posts

By mkim93   Sunday, June 4, 2017   143,497   2,250   0



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Ga In and Joo Ji Hoon's companies (Mystic Entertainment and KeyEast) are in a state of 'no comment' at the moment after Ga In's shocking revelation and exposing of Joo Ji Hoon's friend for offering her marijuana. Prior to and following the situation, Ga In had also revealed to the public that she is suffering from panic disorder, insomnia, anxiety, and more which was ultimately caused by repeated malicious comments.

SEE ALSO: Ga In opens up more about her mental stability and reveals she was offered marijuana

Yoon Jong Shin of Mystic Entertainment has stated "It has been very difficult for Ga In recently and she is receiving her treatment well. Many individuals within the company are conversing a lot with her and she is starting to get better. We are working very hard for her to be stronger mentally and in a better state of mind."

As for the marijuana topic, neither parties have yet to comment.

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Winston Monday, June 5, 2017

There is a saying in Chinese, "Never offend a women" or like the saying "Hell hath No fury like a women scorned", when you make a women angry (especially when she is already stressed from malicious comments) she can do anything. Jun Hyun Moo was trying to provoke Heechul during Happy Together by mentioning out of the blue that Heechul was interested in an announcer, but little did Hyun Moo realised that Heechul didnt care if he was going to reveal it or not, and said "Oh Yes, that announcer that i have an eye for" then he said to Hyun Moo, that he was do the same by revealing his secrets, if he did the same, cos he is a "crazy dog" as he said it himself. never offend Kim Heechul when he knows so many celebrity secrets from his HUGE network.

Winston Monday, June 5, 2017

As always, the lesson learnt is everything you say or in this case, TYPE, on SNS can be used against you in the court of law. so i wonder why that "drug pusher" was so openly talking to her about it, and even say he/she wanted to introduce her to weed as a "solution" to her depression or mental condition.

Middle_Finger Monday, June 5, 2017

I like how she threatened to kill someone for attempting to help her, then got an investigation going on him. She's definitely not running on sanity.

xloveseoul Monday, June 5, 2017

Well, at least we know she's not lying about having mental issues. I hope she continues to seek further assistance in whatever it is she's going through. Not sure, what she's trying to prove at the moment but, she got attention

shyloone Sunday, June 4, 2017

Wow she just named an shamed someone, but good for her i hope she recovers well, an shares her Bf with me lol, but seriously its good to see his punishment worked, an wish them both well

KautyPop Sunday, June 4, 2017

She threatened to kill someone oy.

Hemlock Sunday, June 4, 2017

When anyone esp a celeb whose life is always under public scrutiny chooses to "speak out"  despite knowing possible repercussions ie backlash, they must've motivations that made them choose to make their private info public. Each time I read abt a celeb claiming depression, anxiety or whatever mental & emotional issues my first question is "Why not get professional help?" What do you aim to gain by making your personal struggles public? Surely, you don't expect everyone to react the same way like sympathze, admire or applaud you for your choice. How many celebs claimed depression but if you observe & pay attention to them closely, heck! they don't look the bit depressed. Sob stories are used by PR teams in most cases to distract or deflect the public from focusing on real issues, so w/ celebs you gotta be smart & know who's sincere or not. Everyone gets sad, it's normal.  Depression, anxiety, panic disorders etc.. are different from occasional feeling the blues. If you think you've got mental & emotional issues go get real help & get expert diagnosis, instead of posting it on social media, press interviews or whatever 'coz you can & will be accused of attention-seeking. Unless you're speaking out for a worthy cause or something & you strongly believe sharing your experience would make a difference & create impact for that cause. Even then you gotta carefully weigh the impacts "speaking out" publicly can have on you & those around you. Experts wouldn't recommend doing so, since backlash like the ones Ga In is getting may worsen her mental & emotional state ie if she indeed has them. I dunno, I'm not her. Don't these celebs have caring, smart people around them to give them real helpful advice?

2fat Hemlock Sunday, June 4, 2017

I think she had a meltdown because she got exhausted and sick then so many people on the internet were just mean about it. I just don't think a lot of these idols that claim depression or anxiety have the clinical definition of the disorder, they just get overwhelmed by the pressure they are under.

SpaderGirl Hemlock Sunday, June 4, 2017

Like those ppl that go on the show "hello counselor". I've always wondered, " (if) u got a real issue why go on a show??" Ya know?

Hemlock SpaderGirl Sunday, June 4, 2017

Spot on! I dunno abt Hello Counselor, never seen it. But you made a good point, was it for the monetary benefit of getting paid to air your issues on national TV. social media or whatever? Is it really worth it? There's always that motivation behind every action. I don't doubt all their intentions but then again celebrities & politicians, they're kinda similar. They tend to portray PR created & hyped images the public will buy. There are a rare few who show their true personalities, same one they had before they became famous, on the get-go but many are simply motivated by fame & money so it makes you doubt. That's why I don't buy into reality shows 'coz there's nothing real abt them. You have people controlling every scene & every aspect of production.

djeff37a 2fat Sunday, June 4, 2017

Coupled with the fact that large percentage of celebrities are highly sensitive people, that overwhelming feeling has been know to lead bouts of depression.

2fat djeff37a Sunday, June 4, 2017

Well in any other industry besides Kpop I'd say it was full of "artists", creative types, that historically are "different" than ordinary people. But we all know that in kpop a lot of idols are "manufactured". They've been trained to dance and sing but many of them are not "creative" in their own right. They're like technicians.

Hemlock djeff37a Monday, June 5, 2017

good point mate, I would also not consider many Kpop idols as creative artists. You can't force talent or creativity, either you've got it or you don't. One of the rare creative talents I've seen is the Akmu siblings though I'd consider them musicians, not idols. Even with years of training and practice, you have idols who aren't cutting it.

vincentrob11 Sunday, June 4, 2017

My advice is to start massive legal action not just for her but for all artists and harsher punishments. Netizens need to take in consideration the feelings and stability of artists as they are people too.

Hemlock vincentrob11 Sunday, June 4, 2017

whoa! slow down dude, don't start a witch hunt. These celebs & their agencies have access to legal representation, money & resources to protect them so I'm sure they're more than equipped to deal w/ malicious comments w/c btw are part of celebrity life. Unfortunately, you can't control all commenters, not even the supposedly all-powerful Trump can. I reckon, if celebs don't want to add more headaches to what they already get being a celeb & all, they know what not to do.

Fadouu Sunday, June 4, 2017

Whu people are hating on her now?  .she exposed someone who was trying to get her involved in illegal matter when she's having a hard time ,yet people are blaming her?? Oh "she should have talked to police" qell she probably will get the police involved and media will talk anyway and there will be people who'll curse her anyway so its better if she tells the story herself

2fat Fadouu Sunday, June 4, 2017

Nobody believes she was is doing some kind of public service here. It sounds a lot more like an angry rant directed at people on the internet who have been mean to her because of her hospitalization.

jpnAyelor Sunday, June 4, 2017

Does she want attention or

ShayMin jpnAyelor Monday, June 5, 2017


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