MBLAQ member, Lee Joon‘s supposed post in his official fancafe has sparked interest and concern.
Even though the post has been deleted, fans have uploaded various screen shots of the post under his name.
The post had read, “Am I a robot? Who do I keep doing this for….? I put up with it as long as I could, and I have something called opinions too. Has anyone genuinely apologized..? I feel sorry for fooling people in an obvious way, I’m human so I can’t act out lies that are obvious.”
It was made early January 23rd, and was deleted shortly afterward. And ever since, it’s been gaining much attention.
Many thought it had to do with “We Got Married” and the recent scandal that arose, while others believed it was a hacker.
J.Tune Camp revealed that they are currently looking into the post.
A representative commented, “We are currently checking with Lee Joon to see if they are his words… We have not yet confirmed whether they are Lee Joon’s words yet.”
Comments began stirring as to the source of the post.
Now, J.Tune Camp has now confirmed that the post left on the official fan cafe was written by MBLAQ‘s Lee Joon himself.
The agency has sent out a press release with their official statement.
“It is true that the words revealed on the official fan cafe were written by Lee Joon himself… It happened while Lee Joon was handling a packed schedule and was in the process of trying to negotiate his opinions with the agency.”
“Lee Joon has been telling the agency about the importance and sincerity towards one stage, one project, and standing in front of the public as he carries out music activities, variety shows, dramas, and his movie, and he requested for enough time to be given to focus on whether it is project activities or music stage activities.”
“We were unable to reflect on Lee Joon’s opinions during the busy schedule, and although Lee Joon was trying to show a more sincere self to the public through the conditions he set, in an exhausted state, words he wrote out of emotion ended up being rashly revealed.”
J.Tune Camp’s final comment was, “Lee Joon’s stress was great, and although we are a bit embarrassed and in an awkward position that these types of feelings have been publicized, as his agency family, it is something we can understand… We will work to more thoroughly manage his schedule so that he is able to focus on his activities to the level of his determination and sincerity, and also do our best to manage conditions so that he can do so.”
Hopefully, the matter has been resolved now.
Article by: Mir & Alona
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