Controvercy in T-ara

Amidst the controversy currently brewing around T-ara for allegedly making member Hwayoung an outcast of the group, reports are pouring in that Boram unfollowed Hwayoung on Twitter on the evening of July 28th.

Furthermore, member Hyomin, changed her profile picture to a book cover that read, “There’s a reason for everything”, leaving fans even more curious as to find out the inner conflicts occurring within T-ara.

Netizens and fans alike are eager to find out the meaning and reason behind T-ara’s recent tweets, while Core Contents Media’s President, Kim Kwang Soo had stated he will be making a major announcent concering T-ara on the 30th.

The article outcast is from Allkpop, the full article you can find by CLICKING HERE.

I’m actually a bit worried what’s going to happend to T-ara because of the last part in this article. Does it mean that they might split up? Or that they’re eliminating some members from the group? Girls, please don’t fight!

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