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Hwa Young Writes Apology, but Speculations Rise on Actual Author

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2012.08.01 09:22 CJ E&M enewsWorld Grace Danbi Hong

After two days of complete chaos, Hwa Young has finally opened her mouth and asked everyone to stop.

Hwa Young Writes Apology, but Speculations Rise on Actual Author

Hwa Young Writes Apology, but Speculations Rise on Actual Author

On July 31, Hwa Young tweeted, “To all of the fans, I want to apologize for only giving you disappointment after you showed me so much love until now. Now, please stop and look forward to a more mature and updated image. I’m sorry for worrying you all and I also want to apologize to the Core Contents Media family. I will greet you with a better image.

When Core Contents Media announced the dismissal of Hwa Young from T-ara on July 30, Hwa Young had left a short message of “Facts with no truth,” making the public speculate that something was happening behind the scenes.

Hwa Young Writes Apology, but Speculations Rise on Actual Author

However, this recent tweet completely contrasted her previous tweet, attracting skeptical fans.

Also, it’s come to attention that a passerby posted a picture on Tijinyo’s site on August 1, showing two women walking in the middle of the night. One of them was wearing a cast and is being speculated of being Hwa Young taken into the office of Core Contents Media.

Netizens are saying that she might have been dragged into the office to write this recent tweet. However, there is no positive evidence that this woman in question is indeed Hwa Young and was on her way to the Core Contents Media office.

The other T-ara members have yet to leave any messages on Twitter, where all the drama began.

Photo Credit: Core Contents Media, Hwa Young′s Twitter, Online Community

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