Singer Seong Si-kyung, who sued netizens who left malicious comments, announced the progress of the complaint and said that he would continue to take strong measures.
Yesterday (3rd) Seong Si-kyung communicated with fans by broadcasting live on her YouTube channel. On this day, Seong Si-kyung said, “There are a few serious people who leave malicious comments, but I don’t know if they’re watching now, but please do a little more. They’re almost there.”
Sung Si-kyung said, “I know that American sites do not easily provide personal information, and even fans are mocking me.” He warned the malicious commenters, “I’m working very hard to catch them, so I don’t want to catch them if I suddenly hide, but I hope you don’t hide.”
In addition, Sung Si-kyung said that malicious commenters who have already been accused continue to send reflection letters, and some of them are presumed to be aspiring teachers. Sung Si-kyung said, “A malicious commenter is preparing for an exam, and if he is legally punished, he sent a letter of remorse asking for forgiveness because he couldn’t take the exam, but I have no mercy.”
He continued, “You must not work in the education sector because you have a bad heart. Don’t try to teach anyone as a teacher,” he said.
Seong Si-kyung also confessed her honest feelings, saying, “When I read the reflections sent by malicious commenters, I thought, ‘You are a person who writes so well.’
Lastly, Seong Si-kyung said, “If I hadn’t communicated with my fans, even after seeing malicious comments, I would have said, ‘How much do you have to curse me?’ He said he had decided to file a complaint.
In January, Sung Si-kyung filed a complaint with the police against netizens who made malicious comments about him, and all suspects were found guilty. In addition, Sung Si-kyung is constantly suing malicious commenters who insult and slander him.
(Picture=Sung Si-kyung YouTube/Instagram)
(SBS Entertainment News editor Jina-yoon)