Oh dear, it’s been reported that the late Goo Hara (구하라)’s Twitter account is suspected of being hacked recently.
Earlier on Monday (14th December), a cryptic message that reads, “123, 9ld9c,” was posted on the former K-pop star’s account at exactly 12:51am KST (11:51pm local timezone).
It didn’t take long before fans began to question about the real meaning behind the numbers and letters posted on the page. Additionally, others also voiced out their concerns over the suspicion that Hara’s social media account might have been taken over by an irresponsible individual.
Many fans have slammed the internet troll and demanded the person to leave the deceased celeb’s account alone. A few of them also argued that it’s rude of the alleged hacker to invade Hara’s privacy and interrupt the safe space where fans come to celebrate her legacy.
Check out their comments below:
In another news, a number of K-pop idols who have passed away, namely SHINEE’s Jonghyun and ex-f(x) member Sulli as well as Hara’s Instagram accounts have been switched to memorialised accounts. Thanks to this new feature, no one will be able to log in to their respective accounts, which is a complete opposite from Twitter.
Apart from that, posts that are shared by the deceased will also remain as it is. Other outside parties are also not allowed to change both existing posts as well as user information. As stated by Kpop Starz, the new feature is also known to be a function that can be used by bereaved family members when they apply.
Source: Kpop Starz.