NMB48 Watanabe Miyuki to antis: “You’ll never be happy!”

18 Oct

NMB48’s Watanabe Miyuki called out to antis on a radio show recently, creating a buzz with her statement “Antis will never be happy!”.

“I don’t think that antis should speak ill of other people. I don’t think that artistes should accept criticisms just because they are artistes. God is looking down at the actions of antis.”

Her statement has sinced drawn mixed reactions from netizens. What do you think?

Source

I don’t really like this girl…unlike other orthodox idols who work their way up through sweat and tears, this girl has taken a different route from the start, appealing to fans through what i blatantly call seduction techniques. In fact, she’s somewhat like Sashihara Rino, carving a path for herself by creating buzz to make people talk about her. It’s a pity cos with her looks, she could have easily succeeded without stooping down to these scheming techniques.

 

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3 Responses to “NMB48 Watanabe Miyuki to antis: “You’ll never be happy!””

  1. Anon October 19, 2013 at 8:21 am #

    Haha, I think I can understand why a lot of people didn’t like her ‘fishing’ things. Though I never dislike her, I started to pay attention to her, after I read this
    http://48-family.tumblr.com/post/52968857221/i-tsuri-to-survive-watanabe-miyuki-on-teppen-radio
    I don’t think she’s that bad, you know 😉

    And I actually agree with what Milky said about antis. Some people are just too cruel.

    • allthingsjpop October 20, 2013 at 4:40 am #

      Thanks for sharing the link. Actually unlike what was mentioned in the article…her fishing is not limited to just smiling at people. I may not know her well enough too, but based on her “chapu chapu” image and her photobook showdown with Sayanee, it seems like she’s trying to give herself a sexy image to attract male fans. From a girl’s point of view, it’s very inappropriate..

      Well i guess in Japan, these sorta things must be normal.

      • Anon October 21, 2013 at 12:18 pm #

        Not sure if it normal or not in Japan, since I don’t live there, but I think that sort of thing is always seen as a negative impression, even in another country, imo.

        I’m a girl as well, but I guess it depends on each person. I remembered in Kasai’s case, she got unpleasant treatment from her fans because of her sexy image. I guess it’s hard to become an idol in Japan, even though you have a cute face, it can’t guarantee you to be popular, especially in AKB.

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