‘Don’t Shame Him’: Fans Defend Squid Games’ Jung Ho-yeon Amid Health Concerns After Recent Photos | Web series

Photos posted by Squid Game star Jung Ho-yeon on his social media recently had many fans worried about what appeared to be a drastic weight loss. However, as comments from fans about his apparent weight loss surfaced, many others insisted that they were basically shaming him and had to stop.

Jung Ho-yeon (27) shot to global stardom with the Netflix show Squid Game, which came out earlier this year. The actress has millions of followers on social media, where she regularly shares glimpses of her life. Her recent post, in which she shared a number of photos last week, has some fans concerned that Jung looks like she’s lost a lot of weight. “I don’t mean to sound negative at all, I just want to say that seeing you in the black dress made me a little worried,” one fan commented. Others echoed similar sentiments.

Even as fans shared their concerns about the young actor’s health, others hit back, saying such comments about his weight and appearance amounted to body shaming. “Like stopping shaming her and commenting on her body. Some people say, ‘good job being so skinny!’ Some say, “eat something” – worry about yourself. She eats to cry aloud. Stop tripping. Not everyone is cut from the same mould. Leave it to her,” one fan wrote, defending Jung.

Other fans also defended the actor, advising him to disregard the negative comments. One fan commented, “You are beautiful the way you are, you don’t need to do or change anything about yourself to please society.”

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In previous interviews, Jung said she lost weight after the success of Squid Games. Speaking to The Hollywood Reporter earlier this month, she said: ‘I lost 6lbs (about 3kg) in a week when this was successful. I couldn’t eat – it wasn’t stress, I just didn’t know that feeling. I was a bit lost. In another interview with Star News, the model-turned-actress admitted she “didn’t have time to eat” after moving to the US in November.

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