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Hyuna Tells T-ARA's CEO He's a Bad Guy for Starving Them

I have literally never heard anyone who has worked with her say a bad thing about Hyuna.

For all the 'bad girl' concepts she has done, she's an actual angel in real life and here's just one example:

On a show a long time ago, Hyomin from T-ARA was a regular guest. One day while Hyuna (who is close with Hyomin) was a guest and they started talking about food and how much Hyomin eats.
The topic came up that Hyomin's CEO told all of the T-ARA members to starve themselves before their Bo-Peep promotions in order to look skinny in the outfits.
Hyuna immediately jumps in and says 'the ceo is a bad man' and directly addresses the ceo about how starving girls if screwed up. She then offers Hyomin to come to Cube where 'they give us food.'

Hyomin looked like she was about to cry and didnt speak much, and I hope that she's living a happier life now!

More idols need to stand up against these ridiculous things other idols are forced through! Go get 'em, Hyuna!

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