Super Junior′s Heechul Rants about Sasaeng Fans and Corrupt Taxi Drivers Before Deactivating Twitter
While one Super Junior was grateful for sasaeng fans, another was severely upset about them.
On July 9, Super Junior’s Heechul took to his Twitter to confess the distress he felt over obsessive fans who chase him everywhere he goes.
He tweeted, “Please don’t come in front of my house or the ward office. I thought that I got nicer as I turned 30, but I guess not. I still suffer from aftereffects from my car accident and it really frightens me that many times, I have to drive with my life at risk as if I’m being chased. You may be disappointed in me or believe that I’m arrogant, but I have only one life, so I can’t let it go. It’s my fault for not being understanding.”
Heechul then sent a message out to the taxi drivers who were driving these fans around, “Please don’t rip off foreign fans who don’t know any better. To take advantage of young people while smiling only makes you look like a gangster.”
He ended the long tweet with, “I hope that with these words as my last, no more victims will appear. I will live quietly for a year without tweeting. I’ll see you in a year. Thank you to those who wished me a happy birthday.”
True to his words, Heechul closed down his account, showing how serious he was about the situation.
Netizens who came across his message said, “He must have had a hard time with the sasaeng fans,” “Let’s leave him alone,” and “It’s great that he took time to scold the corrupt taxi drivers too.”
Heechul is currently serving at a public ward office, fulfilling his mandatory military services.
Photo Credit: Heechul′s Twitter