Jay Park’s hilarious replies today on twitter….he acknowledges that his English accent sucks hahaha….and his height lol. By the way, all the tweets are in good nature plus Jay has a great sense of humor….;)
Love how Jay Park whenever he’s in Seattle, he tends to tweet a lot and share his thoughts and feelings about anything and everything. Being back in his hometown definitely makes him happy. So heartwarming to see him sharing all the photos of his childhood and everything that he’s thankful for in his life and worked hard for coming a full circle. I think at this point in his life, as he turns 30 this coming April (born in 1987), he’s truly accomplished a lot that’s beyond his wildest dreams and glad that he’s always thankful and grateful for it and staying humble and always remembering his roots and putting his focus on his family and friends.
jparkitrighthere: Made a sudden cameo in @malitia_malimob M/V peoples king~ even tho we talk about different things in our music, can’t help but appreciate the hustle, raw artistry and just overall dope music. Also appreciate the love and hospitality 🙏🙏 Don’t sleep on Seattle! Too much talent in the city 🔥🔥💯💯🌊🌊 #Seattle2Somalia2Seoul ayyyyyyy
jparkitrighthere: We been reppin our city goin’ hard for our ppls 🙌🙌🙌🙌 #nationalsiblingsday #lilbruddah#aomg #h1ghrmusic#followthemovement #cafedudart#seattle2seoul
jparkitrighthere: Forbes 30 under 30 Asia 🙏🙏 “Park is a Korean-American performer, and founder of the independent Korean hip hop label AOMG. A multi-platinum selling artist in South Korea, Park has performed with top acts such as Justin Beiber, Jason Mraz and Ne-Yo. He rose to prominence as a member of South Korean boy band 2PM and counts actor Will Smith among his fans. In 2017, Park was named Artist of the Year at the Korean Hip Hop Awards and Musician of the Year at the Korean Music Awards.” #aomg#h1ghrmusic #followthemovement#seattle2seoul #forbes