Source: Star Today via Nate
1. [+341, -82] I work in the advertising industry… if Jessica never left SNSD while still getting married and running a fashion business, the other SNSD members would be impacted by the CF deals and sponsorships they’d no longer be receiving. Why would anyone want to sponsor a girl group with a married woman who runs her own fashion business? Jessica should’ve waited until next year if the members agreed to her plans but she didn’t so of course the agency and the members would be negatively impacted by it. Purely from an advertiser’s perspective, Jessica pulled a psycho stunt.
2. [+353, -97] Jessica said that she’d be leaving the group first at the beginning of the year and everyone agreed to her both getting married and running a business but she’s the one who went back on her word. Jessica did not rehearse for their huge fan meet and appeared the day of the event with her boyfriend ㅋㅋ Why wouldn’t the members get mad over that?
3. [+293, -70] The point here is that the members already agreed to her leaving the group and getting married as long as she starts her business next year but Jessica launched it in August and brought her boyfriend around everywhere, arriving to fan meets late and such. The 8 members agreed to her plans on the condition that she waits until their promotions are over. Jessica, however, changed her mind after consulting a lawyer. What more do the members need to bend over for her for? I like how Jessica never mentioned in her clarification that she went back on her word after the members already agreed to her plans.