Single’s Inferno’s Song Ji A Apologises For Wearing Fake Designer Clothes & Accessories
The controversy started days ago when netizens noticed that the designer outfits she has worn on IG and Single's Inferno look different from the originals.
By now, you would have heard of Netflix Korean dating show Single’s Inferno, which is basically the love child of the raunchy Love Island and the laidback, buttoned up Terrace House.
Unsurprisingly, Single’s Inferno's contestants have all gone on to become internet sensations, like the show's breakout star 25-year-old Song Ji A.
The YouTuber, who also goes by Freezia on social media, already had a massive Instagram following before the show but is said to have gained 600K new followers in the weeks after its debut. FYI she now has 3.3mil followers on IG.
Viewers loved her sultry, alluring beauty and her flirty, candid remarks that had the male contestants eating out of her perfectly manicured hands.
With all this newfound fame, it's no surprise that everything Ji A does, and wear, has come under intense scrutiny.
On Jan 17, she posted a handwritten letter in which she admitted that allegations of her "wearing fake designer products on social media and on Single's Inferno are true".
She added that as "someone with dreams of launching a brand" of her own, she will "seriously recognise and reflect deeply".
Ji A has also deleted those IG posts in which she wore knockoffs.