'Brave Brothers' criticize T-ara for their recent incident

Lee Seul
6 August 2012
'Brave Brothers' criticize T-ara for their recent incident

Brave Brothers criticized T-ara's recent incident.

On 5th, Shin Bora criticized T-ara for their recent incident on KBS 2TV 'Gag Concert - Brave Brothers'.

Shin Bora sad, "Just as responsibility comes together with all popularity, there's one thing you should all remember," and "Kis follow your fashion, and sing along your songs."

She added, "And they follow your wrong behaviors as well."

Her such words seem to be aiming at the recent incident of T-ara.

Shin Bora concluded her lines by saying, "Remember. Idols are literally children's idols."

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