Selbst wenn du jetzt wieder angekrochen kommen würdest, es wäre mir egal. Vor ein bis zwei Wochen wäre es das nicht gewesen. Aber jetzt ist es mir egal was mit uns ist, wie es dir geht oder was du machst. Du bist mir egal, wie ich dir.
First of all, with J Tunes throwing away all the trophies they ever won had me very very suspicious as to why they did this. In addition, to J Tunes Camp not even caring about the guys. Like a fan found their trophies at a flea market. Really JTC? Really now ? The trophies they worked hard on and won to just be thrown away is straight up BS.
Second, when MADTOWN went to GNI Entertainment this made me even more suspicious like why ?? Because the only groups at J Tunes Camp were Madtown and MBLAQ(on hiatus)
Then, I went on Wikipedia (which isn’t the best reliable I know) and to confirm the only remaining group since Madtown left is MBLAQ. TWO X been gone to another company and I just thought what is J Tunes Camp doing ??
Now G.O says J. Tunes does not exist any more. Soo they went bankrupt? And him, Seungho, and Mir will still be MBLAQ hopefully …
No words can explain how sad I feel because MBLAQ literally had me in tears from laughing so hard and always had me hyped and swooning over their songs and when they felt a great sense of accomplishment. JTC messed up big time with all of their groups. I’m glad TWO X and Madtown got out while they can. Just so hurt that MBLAQ was basically neglected & then all their hard work is gone … just does not matter to JTC any more.
And I do not know if this is true and I really need a video or some legit + creditable news source but Bi Rain is planning or wants to make another boy group ? Maybe by the end of 2018 this will happen. I don’t know if this is true but .. I just do not know how I feel about this. To be honest I’m more sad + confused than happy if he really wants to do this.
But overall, MBLAQ still has my heart through and through. They deserve better.
The Soviet Union’s Mir space station is seen partially completed in this photo by the EO-6 crew in 1990. Three of the station’s six modules are in orbit in this photograph; Mir would not see full completion until 1996.