(yeah, so this is one hell of a really long rant, prepare your eyes)
so i’ve been reading posts of fans bashing actresses/artists that have worked with their idols, and also those other lucky fans who got to see their idols up close and personal and have had pictures taken with them, and i’ve seen a lot of negative comments.it’s just really frustrating. why would they hate on those people? don’t you think that’s just a bit too immature? those actresses/artists were only doing it because it’s their job.i know it hurts to see oppa dance with another girl, to see oppa sing for another girl, to see oppa kiss another girl (trust me, i know. i am even admitting here that i became jealous when i saw this certain actress— who was still really young, by the way— have the chance to hold hands with my bias and touch his face). but at the end of the day, it was just another one of their projects; they’re just doing their job. so why all the hate?why would you tell them to just go die just because they did what they were supposed to do?
on another account, of course i’ve seen pictures of fans get to have the chance to talk/take a picture with oppa. those fans are just like us, only that they got lucky. they only wanted to see their idols up close. why would you hate on them? it’s not their fault if they were able to get the chance to meet oppa and you didn’t. of course, being a normal human being, i would also feel jealousy whenever i see fans alongside my oppa, fans taking selcas with my bias (and even the whole group), but i get over it. even if it hurts that it was that person alongside him instead of you, you’d have to move on and realize that bashing another person just because they came in contact with oppa wouldn’t make you a better person.
i don’t believe that people should “go burn in hell” just because oppa smiled at her. but i do believe that there is an unequal distribution of luck in this world, so that’s what we all have to blame.
some might even say that “at least i’m just saying/typing this, she should be thankful that i’m not acting on it.” but the problem here is, they might only be words, but they are words. they might not leave marks on a person’s skin, but they do leave wounds in a person’s mind. and even if these wounds might heal, sometimes, someone could pick at a scab, only to reopen those wounds.