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MBLAQ’s Seungho Writes on Fan Cafe Apologizing for Assault Case News


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MBLAQ‘s Seungho recently spoke up about the assault case where a former employee of J.Tune Camp hit him and has been arrested. Seungho wrote on MBLAQ’s official fan cafe, opening with, “I’m really sorry for announcing such bad news to our fans.” “I never intended to make a big deal out of this. The story […]

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Guest novadestin

Not trying to cause drama or anything, just continuing the story with more info that hasn't been reported by Soompi:

Seungho first told the police that he was hit with a glass cup and had been injured, then later changed his story to say he was just smacked in the face and not injured. Many feel him changing his story and not wanting to press charges is because he was told/threatened to stay quiet and that his apology was done for similar reasons. Also, Dispatch released an article (with pictures) saying more than a dozen police were sent to the scene, that the assault continued outside the bar, and that it took multiple police to arrest the guy.

Basically everyone is condemning the incident, saying things like "if this is how they treat an established idol, imagine how bad rookies have it", "the whole industry is trash", "Seungho is a 'manly man' but even he gets hit and has to cover it up? What must it be like for the younger idols?", "Joon and Thunder were right to leave, I hope Mir, GO, and Seungho escape too!", "thinking of all the stuff that must go on 'behind closed doors' scares me if this happens in the open", and so on.

I don't really know what to believe just yet, but I know that getting smacked in the face doesn't cause bleeding behind your ear (which is what witnesses have reported) and that, for a simple "misunderstanding" you don't need dozens of cops to control the guy :/ I really hope what Seungho says is sincere, but I think we all know that this kind of industry is known for trying to cover things up and maintain it's glitz and glamour image. We all also know that people have a tendency to blow things way out of proportion.

It's easy to get caught up in things as they happen, but best to make decisions only after things have settled down. Let's wait and see before jumping to any conclusions, ok?

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