I don't need a moral authority degree to express my opinion.
This is a forum after all. You may agree, or disagree. That's about it. No big deal.
People marry all the time, it's not a crime. Many japanese artists have went through similar situations before (Illness + marriage, Ayaka; Shotgun wedding, abemao xD). They just continue with their careers normally and consider it something normal and a happy ocassion to celebrate along with the fans. Because they acknowledge the fact that fans put FOOD in their tables.
She had the opportunity to quit her fame, resign Sony, go Indie, and enjoy herself.
But no, she decided to continue playing cards with the devil. Knowing perfectly well what being a celebrity means, and that privacy is not a luxury they can afford. And that the more you hide, the harder fans will dig for information.
There has to be a reason yui only talked about it when there was no other choice, and in perfect coordination with the press. And there's a reason she limited herself to give the minimun details possible.
But that was obviously another mistake from her managers.
If she had written a bit more that just THREE LINES, that guy who made that hideous report in the newspaper wouldn't have had anything to write about. But he had, and being it true or false it caused a shitstorm.
This is her fansite, we all support yui here, but you should read what people is thinking about her on japanese websites...
I think if we knew more details about her "backstage" it would only make things look worse.
I told fukuda a couple of weeks back all this silence was hurting her image too much.
Oh well, at least they tried...
And what disturbes me the most...
Spoiler for Hiden:
.. When are we supposed to celebrate her wedding anniversary next year??