Arama They Didn't

4:52 am - 03/14/2011

gravure idol gets flamed for her lingerie snap.

Gravure idol Kasai Nana has recently been on the receiving end of a flood of negative comments for a blog update posted early March 12th, the day after Japan's recent earthquake/tsunami disaster. The update was titled "This morning's sexy shot", and featured a black and white photograph of her in lingerie, lounging on her bed.

Soon after, she deleted the post and posted an apology, explaining that the 'morning sexy shots' (another example of which is above) were something she'd done for a while and had set to post automatically - she just hadn't thought to turn it off, resulting in an inappropriate post during times of great distress.

There have also been commenters rushing to her aid, calling the complaints 'childish' and speaking of how they were cheered up to see her update amongst all the sad news.


i saw this when it was up and WTF'd until she explained it was automatic. still...
silentruth 14th-Mar-2011 05:21 am (UTC)
i get it.. but honestly, it's not that big of a deal. the world doesn't stop because there's a tragedy.

why are people checking her blog at this time anyway?
yasmine2009 14th-Mar-2011 06:13 am (UTC)
"why are people checking her blog at this time anyway?"

This is the real question.
(no subject) - Anonymous
yuibobchan 14th-Mar-2011 09:34 pm (UTC)
Heyhey, some people actually care about their idols personally and want to check if they're ok 乂(>◇< )
helsings 14th-Mar-2011 06:30 am (UTC)
roomgirl 14th-Mar-2011 07:23 am (UTC)
Probably to see if she was alright?
okuribi_dreams 14th-Mar-2011 12:57 pm (UTC)
Probably to check if she was alright, yes.

Still, since it was automatic, I don't think that at times like those, the first thing people would do is turn off blog thingies. It's understandable that she forgot.
This page was loaded Nov 19th 2019, 1:31 pm GMT.