Monday my favorite Kpop singer Sulli or Choi Jinri being her real name commited suicide. This came after five years of relentless online bullying she received for having dated another celebrity. And even after they broke up she was still criticized for anything she did, from not wearing a bra, being a feminist to having a hairless cat for a pet. And no one really stood up for her. So why are there not laws to protect someone from this? Or why do people wait for someone to finally break and kill themselves before saying anything? Isn't it a little too late for that. Shouldn't there be precautions before hamd to prevent this from even being a thing that could have happened?
Oh and she was from South Korea, theyre actually thinling of passing a law on cyberbullying called the "Sulli Law". But its a bitter seeet thing to me. While it could save others it didn't save her. And no one tried to save her like they should have. Her death shouldn't habe had to happen for someone to make that law