Girls’ Generation’s Tiffany Shares Her Thoughts On The Terrible Hate & Violence Asians Suffer From In the U.S

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Girls’ Generation’s Tiffany has recently shared her thoughts on the hate and violence that many Asians are suffering from in the USA due to the coronavirus pandemic.

There have been many attacks on Asians in many cities around the USA in relation to the coronavirus; some racists are accusing Asians of spreading the virus in the country.

Tiffany wrote on Instagram to share her sadness over the topic and her hopes for a better future,

“… 2020 has been an emotional free fall for us all. I’ve been doing my part to stay at home. It saddens me to see the racism Asians around the world are faced with, & I hope everyone can remember humanity and love above anything else through drastic times like this. We are fighting this together. The world needs a hug [right now].”

Tiffany is originally from California; she flew to South Korea to chase her dreams of becoming an idol and went on to debut in one of the biggest girl groups, Girls’ Generation in 2007. She’s currently active as a soloist in the USA.

Related: Korean TV Personality Speaks Up About Violence Against Asians In The USA Because Of The Coronavirus

What do you think of Tiffany’s post? How do you feel about the current racist attacks on Asians in the USA?

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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