Kpop Star, Sulli Dies

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Kpop star, Sulli dies at her Sujeong-gu, Seongnam residence last Monday because of an apparent suicide. She was a former member of girl group f(x) and was part of SM Entertainment along with group Super Junior. Sulli is known to be one of the advocates for equality and has always had a strong stance when it comes to her view on legalizing abortion.

Because of this, she was always facing criticism and faced attacks but cyberbullies. This is not the first time a Kpop star committed suicide. Kim Jonghyun also took his own life in 2017.

So far, former members of f(x) canceled all of their upcoming events.

This was her last post on her Instagram account.

Photo credit: Sulli Official Instagram

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