There’s been a lot of buzz around South Korean influencer Song Ji Ah, also known as Freezia, who skyrocketed to fame through the Netflix dating reality show Single’s Inferno. The 24-year-old seemed seemed set for showbiz as she’s landed variety show appearances. However, she was recently caught in a controversy after eagle-eyed netizens noticed that she may have been wearing fake designer goods.
Song Ji Ah Apology
On January 17, Song Ji Ah took to Instagram with a handwritten apology. She admits that some of the clothes she wore on “Single’s Inferno” were indeed fake. She writes, “Hello everyone, I’m Song Ji Ah. First of all, I sincerely apologize to all those who have been disappointed and hurt because of me. Now, I’m going to talk about the controversy around the fake designer goods articles with an honest explanation.
Some of the clothes I wear on social media and “Single’s Inferno” have ignited debate. The part about the controversy around knockoffs that were mentioned are true. I’m really sorry. Once again, I apologize for infringing upon the designers’ creations and for what happened because of my ignorance of copyright.
As someone who dreams of launching a brand, I seriously acknowledge the controversy around this and will be deeply introspective. I will be more vigilant in the future to prevent this from happening again. All video content showing knockoffs has been removed. I hereby apologize to the brands that have been harmed because of me. I sincerely apologize to everyone, the fans, subscribers, and brand related people who have been hurt because of me. I will be more responsible in the future. Thank you all for reading this long post.”
Song Ji Ah has been drawing attention for her stunning beauty that many compare to BLACKPINK’s Jennie Kim. Song Ji Ah often wears designer clothes and accessories, which is why finding out that she wears fakes has drawn much debate. Meanwhile, the topic has also trended on Chinese microblogging site Weibo.