Erin Molan insists that she have a & # 39; strong resilience & # 39; has built up for online trolling amidst BTS play

& # 39; It is a reflection on them, not me & # 39 ;: Erin Molan insists that they have a & # 39; strong resilience & # 39; has built up against online trolling … while breaking the silence about a play of more than 20 to one segment that mocks the BTS of K-pop & # 39;

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Erin Molan insists that she have a & # 39; strong resilience & # 39; has built up when it comes to online trolling.

In a new interview with New idea, the TV presenter broke her silence about the slack she had to deal with after she seemed to mock BTS in 20-on-1 KTS boy band in June.

Indignant K-pop fans turned to Erin and claimed to be ashamed of herself & # 39; but she says she learned to take on any negative attitude with a pinch of salt.

Let her say: Erin Molan insists that she have a & # 39; strong resilience & # 39; has built up when it comes to online trolls, speaking out for the first time since the confrontation with the spot with K-pop boy band BTS

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Let her say: Erin Molan insists that she have a & # 39; strong resilience & # 39; has built up when it comes to online trolls, speaking out for the first time since the confrontation with the spot with K-pop boy band BTS

& # 39; I learned that it doesn't matter who you are, what you say or what you do. If you're in the public eye, people will make nasty comments about you, & Erin said, 36.

& # 39; Mother Teresa could do something and during this time people would make nasty comments about it online & # 39 ;, she told the publication.

Erin said that she is now & # 39; very good at home & # 39; is dealing with online abuse and admits that trolling comments no longer hurt her as much as before.

& # 39; That's a reflection on them & # 39 ;: the TV presenter said they & # 39; very well at home & # 39; has become involved in dealing with online abuse and that trolling comments no longer hurt her as much as before

& # 39; That's a reflection on them & # 39 ;: the TV presenter said they & # 39; very well at home & # 39; has become involved in dealing with online abuse and that trolling comments no longer hurt her as much as before

& # 39; That's a reflection on them & # 39 ;: the TV presenter said they & # 39; very well at home & # 39; has become involved in dealing with online abuse and that trolling comments no longer hurt her as much as before

Brushing: with negativity on social media with a pinch of salt, Erin joked with New Idea: & # 39; Mother Teresa could do something and people would make nasty comments about it online & # 39;

Brushing: with negativity on social media with a pinch of salt, Erin joked with New Idea: & # 39; Mother Teresa could do something and people would make nasty comments about it online & # 39;

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Brushing: with negativity on social media with a pinch of salt, Erin joked with New Idea: & # 39; Mother Teresa could do something and people would make nasty comments about it online & # 39;

Although she says she will never understand why someone would want to abuse someone else online, she added: "That's a reflection on them, not on me."

Her comments come after Erin suffered a barrage of negativity on social media, following a controversial segment broadcast on boy band BTS last month.

BTS has gone viral in recent years and their huge following jumped in the band's defense when 20 to One seemed to mock the boys in the air.

Harsh? During the show, Erin had introduced BTS as & # 39; the biggest band you've never heard of & # 39; before a clumsy reference to the North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un was made

Harsh? During the show, Erin had introduced BTS as & # 39; the biggest band you've never heard of & # 39; before a clumsy reference to the North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un was made

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Harsh? During the show, Erin had introduced BTS as & # 39; the biggest band you've never heard of & # 39; before a clumsy reference to the North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un was made

During the show, Erin had introduced BTS as & # 39; the biggest band you've never heard of & # 39; before a tricky reference to North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un was made.

Jibes were then made by famous guests, while British comedian Jimmy Carr was joking: & # 39; When I first heard that Korean had exploded in America, I was worried. & # 39;

Erin then surprised the group's success in America because & # 39; only one band member actually speaks English & # 39 ;.

Tongue-in-cheek: Jibes were also made by famous guests, with the British comedian Jimmy Carr joking: "When I first heard that Korean had exploded in America, I was worried & # 39;

Tongue-in-cheek: Jibes were also made by famous guests, with the British comedian Jimmy Carr joking: "When I first heard that Korean had exploded in America, I was worried & # 39;

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Tongue-in-cheek: Jibes were also made by famous guests, with the British comedian Jimmy Carr joking: "When I first heard that Korean had exploded in America, I was worried & # 39;

Fans were indignant about the comments in the show and accused Channel 9 of it & # 39; racist & # 39; while they went to Twitter in large numbers to express their aversion.

Some turned directly to Erin and urged her to apologize to BTS, but she seemed to avoid the incidence – instead, she loved a tweet that suggested fans & # 39; found better things to worry about & # 39 ;.

Channel 9, however, issued a statement to SBS PopAsia after the segment was broadcast and apologized for causing a violation.

It said: & # 39; As a light-hearted entertainment program, we believe that last night's 20 to One episode, which featured the Greatest Global Crazes, did not violate broadcast rules and was intended to humorously emphasize the group's popularity. & # 39 ;

Taking a stand: K-pop Fans urged Erin to apologize to BTS, but she seemed to be shaking off the backlash - instead, she liked a tweet that suggested fans & # 39; found better things to worry about & # 39;
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Taking a stand: K-pop Fans urged Erin to apologize to BTS, but she seemed to be shaking off the backlash - instead, she liked a tweet that suggested fans & # 39; found better things to worry about & # 39;

Taking a stand: K-pop Fans urged Erin to apologize to BTS, but she seemed to be shaking off the backlash – instead, she liked a tweet that suggested fans & # 39; found better things to worry about & # 39;

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