Fans Emphatize For Aespa’s Giselle Over Rumored Discriminatory Treatment Of Luxury Brands On Her

Aespa‘s Giselle has become a hot topic because of the comments she received on some of her solo commercial shots.

On July 31, a critical post about Giselle began trending on enter-talk‘ community board under the title, “TWITTER IS GOING MAD DUE TO AESPA GISELLE“.

The netizen who posted said, “People are claiming that there is discrimination among members, and they have even started a mass hashtag event. However, based on the images, it appears to be quite severe“.

The netizen then added, “Even for Eternal Return, Giselle’s screentime was 1 sec. For Clio, the Japanese Twitter account didn’t post about Giselle.”

Thr netizen also said, “For Mediheal, she’s the only one not holding the product and they just posted a photo of her with a white background.”

The netizen finally said, “Giselle had no screentime in the 30 seconds TAMS ad. Giselle had one cut of 1 second in the 30 seconds Chopard ad.”

The netizen then listed all the comments as the following:

When you look at it, it’s not just one company that’s doing this, but all of them. Even if people protest the discrimination between members, the company cannot do anything.

Even if she isn’t a popular member, this is impolite. The fans must be disappointed.

I heard that the first one, where she isn’t holding the product, was because she was sick and couldn’t shoot her picture. But I’m not sure why they wouldn’t force her to hold the product…

Businesses aren’t interested in her, so what do you want us to do about it?

What do you want us to do if business owners refuse to hire her?

Even before her debut, people were wondering if it was a parachute debut (T/N: debuted due to nepotism), but after she debuted, she was the one who dispelled these doubts with her singing, dancing, and variety skills.Win-Ka and her visuals aren’t even good enough to say she’s being buried by these two. She appears to be a regular civilian. Furthermore, competition among girl groups is becoming increasingly fierce. Even major groups like IVE, Le Sserafim, ITZY, NewJeans, and others are gritting their teeth in fear of being pushed down the charts.Aespa is the center girl group of SM right now, and she’s the only one who doesn’t remember the dance and has screwed up since their first comeback show and failed… Is this still considered discrimination? If not, is she just a nepotism baby who is ignoring her work?

What are your thoughts on this?



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