[140919] 오랜만에 만난 성모 @RomeoSM2123 와 함께^^
성모가 트위터를 시작했어요!
모두 follow~♥
ID도  Romeo~!haha
참!
뮤지컬 해품달 
록본기 블루시어터 11.7~9일 
꼭 보러가주세요^^ 

Eng Trans by xiaochu1004: With SungMo @RomeoSM2123 whom I haven’t seen for a long time^^
SungMo has started twitter!
Everyone please follow~♡
ID is also Romeo~!haha
oh!
Please come and watch musical Moon that Embraces the Sun from 7~9 November at Roppongi Blue Theatre^^ 

แปล: นานแล้วที่ไม่ได้เจอซองโม @RomeoSM2123 ^^
ซองโมเริ่มเล่นทวิตเตอร์แล้วนะ!
ทุกคน follow นะ~♥
ID Romeo ซะด้วย~!haha 
โอ้!
มิวสิคัล เฮพูมดัล
7-9 พ.ย.นี้ ที่ Roppongi Blue Theater 
มาชมกันเยอะ ๆ นะ^^

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Reason #112 why I hate the International Kpop fandom at times:

Because there are some fans that are so delusional enough, so absolutely insane enough, and so irresponsible enough to start blaming a victim of domestic assault and saying that she must have done something to provoke it or deserved it, in order to protect their vision of an “absolutely perfect oppa” that could apparently never do wrong or hurt a fly, and that they are the victim instead.

NEWSFLASH: Idols are human. Idols are people that can make mistakes. Idols can do bad things. Really really bad things. And idols can certainly do something so horrific like domestic assault.

Another typical case of “Oppar didn’t mean it”.

No fan is EVER obligated to defend an idol’s illegal actions. No fan should EVER engage in victim blaming and threatening victims and critics while trying to defend an idol’s actions, illegal or not. And finally, no fan should EVER be called a traitor or shamed or sent death threats for refusing to defend or speaking out against an idol’s illegal actions. Nor is a person any less of a fan for refusing to. There is a limit to what a fan should be and should do.

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