A recent trip to Denny’s in Korea resulted in a series of offensive tweets from actress Lee Chae Young. The tweets which are now deleted, read: “I went to grab a meal at the nearby Denny’s, but while waiting at the restaurant, I was met with a pink light of fear. They came out looking a lot skinnier in this photo. This is for real. Should I not eat and just leave?”
If that wasn’t enough, she went on and tweeted:
“This makes me want to lose 10 kg as soon as I arrive in Seoul. I’m sorry for secretly taking the photo without permission, but thank you for motivating me.”
How messed up of a body image do you have to have to even bother to make those tweets? How shallow do you have to be? And if it’s not Chae Young writing her tweets, (because not every celeb writes their own tweets) they should get fired, stat.
Of course she apologized, but the apology is very fake sounding:
“I’m sorry. My heart feels heavy knowing that I have disappointed many for my careless remark. I will take the time to reflect on my actions. I sincerely apologize.”
Apology, not accepted.
I hope those women in the photo never come across those tweets.
Are Lee Chae Young’s tweets forgivable?
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