Comment on AKB48′s Yuka Masuda Quits Over Sex Scandal by Anonymous:

good luck with paying the bills with her self-respect. nobody forced her to become an idol, she made a calculated financial decision. you can try to fault the industry all you want, but ultimately she understood what was involved, and wanted to be in it. there is no way to blame the industry for her not able to keep her end of the bargain. it’s the same as being a news-person claiming to be objective, then donate a large sum to one of the political party. it’s about being an adult and being responsible for her own actions, she’s paying for the consequences of her actions.


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  • AKB48′s Yuka Masuda Quits Over Sex Scandal:
    damn u r an idiot, she was akb member, after her scandal there will be no place for her anymore in show biz, except for AV.

  • AKB48′s Yuka Masuda Quits Over Sex Scandal:
    The “freshness seal” that is so coveted is simply overrated. Woopty doo you now have hymen blood on your ding dong. Sexually competent women are more fun anyway.

  • AKB48′s Yuka Masuda Quits Over Sex Scandal:
    SO is she from da hood now? She made the first step by dating a gangsta pok gai, didn’t she?

  • AKB48′s Yuka Masuda Quits Over Sex Scandal:
    ISSA, huh? I wonder if Yuka Masuda thinks that the end JustiĻ†’s the means? :P

  • AKB48′s Yuka Masuda Quits Over Sex Scandal:
    07:27 > Implies they are adults when thy join > has no idea how grooming works I also find your news person analogy hilarious. Hilariously bad, that is. On the one hand, being recruited into a job where you’re required to behave unnatural and having to quit because you ended up behaving natural after all. On the other, entering a completely normal job and having to quit because you did something unethical. DOES NOT COMPARE Also, as others said, for a girl as actually talented as her it’s …

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