Speculations Arise that Girls’ Generation Sunny Left Hidden Message for Jessica Through Radio Show

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Girls’ Generation member Sunny’s recent message on her radio show has become a hot topic amongst fans, causing them to bring up numerous speculations about its hidden meaning.

During the November 20 radio broadcast of MBC FM4U’s “Sunny’s FM Date,” DJ Sunny requested Roy Kim’s “Home” to play as the opening song. After the song played out to listeners through the airwaves, Sunny started off by sharing, “To be honest, I feel dazed whenever I listen to this song. It somehow seems like my own story, a song that I want to play for someone. I can really relate to the lyrics.”

The Girls’ Generation member continued to express a heartwarming message for a mysterious friend: “Of course, I don’t think you’re listening. But I’d like you to know that whenever you’re having a hard time or when the people around you disappear, the one place you can return to is home. This is just something I wanted to say to a friend.”

Fans and listeners alike noticed that Sunny’s voice and expression felt somewhat sunken throughout the broadcast, unlike her normally bright and cheerful personality.

After this broadcast hit airwaves, speculations began to arise amongst fans that Sunny’s words of support for her unnamed friend were directed toward former Girls’ Generation member Jessica.

Listening to the lyrics of Roy Kim’s “Home” has caused fans to feel even more certain of their speculation:

Behind the flashy lights and busy schedules, I see your hidden sad back. For your burdened shoulders, as you worry about the things you want to do and the things you have to do. When I hear your footsteps, greeting you with a smile was the only gift I could give to you. Are you feeling sick? It must’ve been hard. You don’t have to worry about me, I just need you to be okay. When your heart is aching, when no one is there for you, you can always come here.

What are your thoughts? Do you think it was a hidden message for Jessica?

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