“LOL May the deceased rest in peace”… Byeok-ga, a malicious comment that made my mother cry while fighting a brain tumor
Baekga, a member of the mixed gender group ‘Koyotae‘, confessed the hurt he received due to malicious comments while he was suffering from brain tumor.
Baekga appeared as a special DJ on SBS Radio Power FM’s ‘Doo O’Clock Escape Cultwo Show’, which aired on the 8th, while singers Sandara Park and Solbi were guests.
On this day, Solbi said that she would appear in an American documentary about cyberbullying, and said, “Among my works, there is a work that deals with the topic of cyberbullying (the act of bullying a specific person in cyberspace or persistently harassing them with swear words, gossip, etc.).”
Solbi continued, “Director Irani saw that and said he wanted to make a documentary about my work using me as the subject. “Cyberbullying is an issue around the world right now,” he added.
In response, DJ Kim Tae-gyun asked about the most memorable malicious comment. He mentioned a time in the past when he was fighting a brain tumor. He said, “When I was having a hard time with a brain tumor, I was young, so when I was in my 20s, I looked at it expecting comments that were worried about me, but then I saw a malicious comment.” “I was hurt,” he confessed. He added, “At the time, my mother also cried a lot when she saw (the malicious comments). “After that, I stopped watching the media, etc.,” he said, expressing regret.
Solbi said, “When you leave a comment, I hope you think twice about whether you can see your face before you comment. It’s painful for the people who see it.” The viewer doesn’t realize that it’s painful. He emphasized, “Malicious comments are a crime.”