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Reality dating show Single’s Inferno‘s breakout star Song Ji-ah is back on Instagram four months after her scandal involving fake luxury goods.

The South Korean influencer, who was a fan favourite on the Netflix show earlier this year, was cancelled after she allegedly used fakes. She deleted all videos on her YouTube channel, which has 1.82 million subscribers, as well as all posts on Instagram, which has 3.3 million followers.

In her latest post on Thursday (June 2), instead of brandishing branded bags and being artfully made up, the 25-year-old is seen with a drastically different vibe.

She is dressed simply in a white tee and jeans with no luxury logos in sight.

In the caption, she wrote: “Thanks to everyone who supported me. I’ve been well. How have you been?”

Within 14 hours of her post, it had more than 700,000 likes, with a large number of comments welcoming her back to the social media platform.

While it is unclear if she is making a comeback, she was spotted doing charitywork in May after months of lying low. The Instagram account of Catholic House of Love and Peace, which makes and delivers meals for residents in low-income neighbourhoods near Seoul Station, had posted a photo of her volunteering.

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This article originally appeared in The Straits Times