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Japanese star Hana Kimura has passed away


  • .

    You think it’s in her contract that she has to spend X amount of hours every day tweeting and replying to DMs? Doubtful.

  • Keith Learmonth

    Part of her job involves engaging with her fans.

  • .

    As I said, it’s different when it’s online. I wish she would have just disconnected from online, but for whatever reason, she didn’t.

  • Keith Learmonth

    What if it’s 20,000 people from all over the world sending threats of violence and abuse, though?

  • .

    I know it’s different when it’s online and the person isn’t in the area, but my kids will be taught that if they are bullied at school, tell the person to stop. If it happens again, get the teacher involved. If it happens a third time, sock the person in the face. If the teacher tries to punish my kid, then the teacher has me to deal with. The teacher failed to do their job, so my kid took care of the problem.

  • CC

    Any bullying should come with actions, but cyberbullying is even worse. Constantly attacking people, usually in groups is just the work of cowards.

  • CC

    sadly with the world wide web, she would be open to fans from all over the world

  • F. Loyd B. Pippin

    I’m glad that places like South Korea are trying to make laws that will put people in jail if they cyberbully people and it triggers a suicide. But there are too many people who have taken their lives over this stuff. This happened twice during my last trip to Korea. Everything is silent in the morning, and then things go back to normal in the afternoon. It’s sick to think about how little value there is on human life.

  • jgdjgdklj

    I thought Japanese fans would be more polite :/ Awful news.

  • CC

    Things like this just suck. 22 is no age to die.