Unless you are a survivor of emotional abuse, you have no idea what it means to fight daily battles in your head with a person you no longer have contact with. Verbal, emotional, and physical abuse have residual effects on the victim. You don’t just get over it.
Louis Tomlinson wanted a photog out of his face at LAX, and the altercation ended with the photog smashing his head on the floor and Louis ended up in cuffs.
It went down Friday night at LAX baggage claim. We’re told the 25-year-old singer was with a female companion and the photog was too close for Louis’ comfort, so he allegedly pulled the photog to the floor by his legs. The photog fell backwards and struck his back and head on the floor.
It didn’t end there. A female witness started recording Louis’ female companion as she tried to leave. The 2 women allegedly then got into a physical altercation.
The witness and the photog both made citizens’ arrests.
Tomlinson was arrested for simple battery and booked at a nearby LAPD jail.
[NEWS] Super Junior’s Leeteuk: “Juniors Who Disrespect Their Seniors Usually Don’t Last Long”
Super Junior member Leeteuk recently gave a fair warning to junior idol group members in the music industry.
The November 1 broadcast of MBC’s variety talk show “Quiz to Change the World” put on an ‘Expert vs. Idol’ special. On this episode, members of Super Junior, Red Velvet, miss A, and more appeared as guests on the idol panel.
During one of the discussions about the ‘Most Disliked Idol [Behavior],’ the panels talked about junior idol groups who ignore or disrespect their seniors after gaining popularity.
Leeteuk shared his sincere advice: “It’s true that those [kinds of juniors] are disliked. However, in the case of those juniors, they can’t make it very far. Most of them disappear quickly. Popularity is like the rice grains in shikhye (traditional rice beverage). You don’t know when it’ll rise or sink. I think it’s best to remain humble.”
What are your thoughts on Leeteuk’s advice for juniors?