Kwon Mina Calls Out AOA Jimin, Seolhyun And FNC CEO In A Deeply Concerning Post, Gets Rushed To The Hospital

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About an hour ago, former AOA member Mina posted photos of self-harm along with a deeply concerning message that sounds similar to a suicide note or one last message on her Instagram.

In her post, she called out Jimin, Seolhyun and FNC Entertainment CEO Han Sung Ho in particular.

After seeing the post, her agency was deeply concerned; they called the Paramedics immediately, the agency staff was also rushed to her house.

She’s currently getting treatment at the hospital and according to her agency; her life is not in danger.

But what led to this outcome? And what did she write on her latest social media post?

Here is a translation of what she said:

“I don’t want to be accused unfairly. Shin Jimin, Han Sung Ho, Kim Seolhyun, live well.

My mom, older sister and family weren’t able to say anything and will probably cry though they did nothing.

Compensate them for all the metal distress. And please make it plentiful. You’re the kind of person who only cares about money.”

She then goes to discuss her trainee debt,  

“The account wasn’t even settled properly. The contract was 8 years and there was no breakdown of expenditures for the illegal trainee debt of 3 billion Won ($2,522,758.80 USD).

You didn’t answer me calls until the very end. Irresponsible people.

You don’t even know how I was treated for 11 years, and the bystanders or whatever, listen carefully. Those people are all like trash that I can’t even describe.

Do you even know what kind of people who’ll push for a sane person to the brink of death? I am happy, but I want to go. It’s painful here.

Don’t even dare come to my funeral when I die, it’d be too dirty. When I die, I will torment you all. I can’t live with this evil.”

The post has since been deleted.

If you or anyone you know needs help please don’t hesitate to reach out. This Lifeline provides 24/7, free and confidential support for people in distress, prevention and crisis resources for you or your loved ones, and best practices for professionals. Call 1-800-273-8255 for help. Here is a list with international suicide hotlines

By Kevin Miller

My name is Kevin Miller and I am responsible for writing Kpop content on I have been a fan of Kpop since 2014 and I am a multi-stan

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