A photo of artist Duc Hai’s Facebook post is going viral on social networks – Screenshot
On June 3, the Saigon College of Culture, Art and Tourism issued a statement saying that on June 2, the school received many feedbacks about the statement on the personal Facebook of Meritorious Artist Duc Hai, as well as the interest about the school’s treatment.
According to this statement, the school’s leaders said: “The Meritorious Artist Duc Hai is currently still the school’s vice principal. Before the incident on June 2 that was reported by the press, the school was considering it.. The school’s position is clear that if the statements allegedly made by artist Duc Hai on Facebook are correct, the school will certainly take appropriate disciplinary action.”
At the same time, the school denied the information that Meritorious Artist Duc Hai was the dean of the College of Arts and considered this to be inaccurate news.
The school’s representative also said that he had received information from the media, the press and from artist Duc Hai that the artist’s Facebook had lost control, leading to this unfortunate story.
“No matter how true or false, first of all, Meritorious Artist Duc Hai is not a representative of the school’s spokesperson or the school’s image.
The school administration sincerely apologizes for what happened yesterday (June 2), although this is not what the faculty and students of the school want, rather, we I do not agree with any incident that affects the image and reputation of the school,” the representative said.
Earlier, on June 2, social networks stirred when on the personal Facebook page of Meritorious Artist Duc Hai (with a green tick) there was objectionable content. This content caused the online community to express their surprise and displeasure if these shares were indeed of Meritorious Artist Duc Hai.
Exchange with Youth Online On the afternoon of June 3, artist Duc Hai said he had contacted the Department of Cybersecurity and high-tech crime prevention to clarify this incident.
“My Facebook account was hacked, but I didn’t write this content. They impersonated me to write articles, comment on all kinds of things, and then take pictures of those comments as evidence. So many of my Facebook readers are believe me write and reply on it.
Then they even sent bomb letters asking me to transfer money into my account. I currently have enough evidence to work with the police. Seeing that my friends and people kept talking about this case, I went to Facebook to see it, but I still can’t log in,” said artist Duc Hai.