YouTuber Free Zia (real name Song Ji Ah), who was caught up in controversy over wearing a so-called ‘fake products’, deleted about 100 posts on her SNS.
As of 6 pm on January 19th, Free Zia has deleted more than 100 of the more than 1,100 posts on her Instagram.
It is currently being deleted in real time. In addition, more than 20 videos posted on YouTube were deleted.
Posts deleted from Free Zia‘s account are speculated to be photos and videos related to fakes that have caused controversy recently.
In fact, in various online communities, there are postings one after another that the Free Zia post is being deleted.
In the posted post, “More than 20 YouTube videos have been deleted”, “It seems that more are being deleted in real time”, “Looking back, it has decreased more than before”.
Netizens showed reactions such as “I wonder what was deleted”, “I wonder what was genuine”, etc.
Meanwhile, on January 17th, Free Zia posted a handwritten apology on her Instagram, acknowledging the suspicion of wearing fakes. In his apology, she admitted, “There is a controversy about some of the clothes I wore on social media and “Single’s Inferno”.
She also said, “I’m really sorry,” . Free Zia then emphasized, “As a person with a dream of launching a brand, I will seriously recognize and reflect on the controversial issues.”
In addition, regarding the content, she promised, “I have deleted all the content that exposed fakes,” and “I will apologize to the brands that have been harmed because of me.”