K-pop Star Hunt 3 finalist: “I don’t feel proud to be Singaporean”
SINGAPORE – Controversial N-pop Star Hunt A finalist Stephanie Koh from Singapore says she does not remorse how badly she behaved on the truth expertise present.
In one episode the place she was requested to give up her cell phone, the 21-yr-previous had infamously stated: “I’ll assault you, I’ll scratch you and I’ll kill you”.
On the query on whether or not she regrets her angle on the present, she stated “undoubtedly not.” She stated she doesn’t discover fault in her angle, however the “means she says issues.”
She stated her mom has informed her that she has a “very good character” and she or he is a “very candy woman”, and that her solely drawback is that she “shoots my mouth off each time.”
In defence if why she acted the best way she did on the present, she stated she was indignant the entire time she was in Korea as a result of anyone misled her into believing that she wouldn’t need to sing Korean songs.
“So I felt cheated, and I felt lied to. And the entire time I was considering, why am I nonetheless on this competitors,” she stated.
Back for the finals in Singapore, which noticed her dropping to Taiwanese contestant Andy Su, Stephanie stays unapologetic about her angle, and fuelled additional controversy by declaring that she does not really feel proud to be Singaporean.
On the subject on viewers expressing the view that her behaviour provides Singapore a nasty identify, she stated she shouldn’t be bothered about it.
“I would not truly hassle about representing this nation as a result of to be trustworthy, I do not actually really feel proud to be a Singaporean,” she stated.
“Everyone right here is so small minded, everybody right here is so submissive, everybody right here do not know how one can assume outdoors the field, nobody right here is artistic, everybody right here simply thinks the identical method, filled with the identical guidelines, and it is too inflexible for my style,” she informed a video information media.
She stated she identifies herself as a Singaporean, however she sees herself as “certainly one of a sort.”
Updated on 15/M/2014 10:40PM: Stephanie got here out with a video on YouTube supporting her views why she is just not proud to be a Singaporean.