デヴィ夫人の「AKBを嫌う理由」って? ネットユーザーも納得「正論」「確かに」

現在AKB48は、5大ドームツアーを決行中だが、かねてよりAKB嫌いを公言しているデヴィ夫人が、AKBの番組に登場。彼女が語る「AKBを嫌いな理由」に、ネットユーザーから「正論だ」との声があがっている。


デヴィ夫人はこれまで幾度なくAKB批判を繰り返してきた。彼女のオフィシャルブログ「デヴィの独り言 独断と偏見」には、しばしばAKBに対する言及が登場し、昨年8月には「『AKB48』に うつつを抜かしている 場合じゃないでしょう!!」(原文ママ)というエントリーで、「20才前後の 素人集団」「全て人工的に作られた人気」とグループを一刀両断。この他にも、ジャニーズの舞台を見た感想として、

「『AKB-48』のことを言いたくありませんが、日本人を幼稚にさせている
このグループ・ファン達に見せてあげたい」
「AKB48のファンの人達、帝国劇場に来て
『DREAM BOYS』を観たら 腰を抜かすでしょうね」

といった表現を用い、AKB批判を繰り返している。

そんな彼女が2日、AKBが出演する『AKB仔兎道場』(テレビ東京系)に出演し、番組内でメンバーから"AKB嫌い"について尋ねられ、

「日本の若い男性たちを非常に幼稚に、稚拙にしてしまうことが不愉快」
「20歳を超えた人たちが、13~14歳くらいの少女が着るような衣装で"会いたかった~"とか歌う」

と、その理由を説明。この理由はネットでも話題となり、

「おまいも年相応のカッコしろよ」
「若い女の子が嫌いなだけだよなw」

といった声もあがってはいるものの、

「言ってくれてありがとう」
「ほんとそう
こういうことを何で誰も言わないのかね」
「23歳以上のアイドルは制服風コスプレ禁止でいいよ」
「まぁ確かに気持ち悪いな」

など、「正論だ」という意見が大多数を占めている。日頃から過激な言動が多く、ネット上でも賛否両論分かれることの多いデヴィ夫人だが、今回の意見に関しては、多くの人間を味方につけたようだ。

【参照リンク】
・「AKB48」に うつつを抜かしている 場合じゃないでしょう!!-デヴィ夫人オフィシャルブログ
http://ameblo.jp/dewisukarno/entry-11339099286.html
・【AKB48】デヴィ夫人「20歳を超えた人たちが、少女が着るような衣装で歌うことが不自然」 峯岸みなみらにAKB嫌いの理由を説明-ログ速
http://www.logsoku.com/r/mnewsplus/1375623242/ 

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