Japanese porn star hugs over 3,000 people in 24-hours

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Fukada Eimi, 24, held the event in Shibuya, Tokyo, at 6 p.m. on Saturday. She allegedly took one three-hour break and a few 10-minute breaks. By the end of the event, she stated that she was “completely exhausted.”To get more news about av??, you can visit our official website.

The event ended at 6 p.m. on Sunday after Fukada had hugged a total of 3,163 fans.

“This time, with 3,163 people, I was able to do my best for 24 hours with everyone’s help. Thank you very much,” Fukada said at the venue following the event.Fukada wore various costumes throughout the event, including a traditional yukata, a bunny outfit and an office worker outfit.

Fans were not required to pay for the hug; however, smartphone photos cost 1,000 yen (approximately $7.13). During the event, fans were required to keep both of their arms at their sides or back and were not allowed to return Fukada’s hugs.

The event was extremely popular, and on Sunday morning, event organizers were forced to stop people from lining up as it became too overwhelming. The queue resumed at around 10 a.m.The 24-year-old is well known for her erotic films and is also a popular YouTuber with over 1.13 million subscribers.

Actress Ha Yeon Soo threatened to sue hate commenters after they spread false rumors about her transitioning into an AV actress.

On May 12 KST, Ha Yeon Soo posted a screenshot of netizens' comments from an online community forum in response to an article speculating about Ha Yeon Soo's possible retirement from the entertainment industry. The comments included false rumors that claimed Ha Yeon Soo was going to be transitioning into an AV actress in Japan, following news that Ha Yeon Soo is currently studying abroad in Japan with a focus on art.
Other haters left comments that seemed to be underestimating Ha Yeon Soo, claiming she probably can't sue them because she is longer under an agency. Drawing a circle around those specific comments, Ha Yeon Soo took to her personal Instagram and wrote, "Get back to your senses. If you have a normal mind, don't mention me at these online cafes. I still have the pdf file from long ago. Even now, any personal move from me is possible. These Namcho community sites (Korean term to negatively refer to a website that consists of only men users) are just so insignificant and worthless that it's such a waste of my time to sue or capture them, which is why I am not moving forward."

Posted 27 Sep 2022

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