Welp, Super Junior’s Heechul has deleted his Twitter account. On his birthday.
Apparently it’s because he got fed up with stalker fans… but let’s get real. He’s an adult and has to know that deleting his Twitter account isn’t going to rid him of stalker fans, it’s just going to cause a stir and upset a bunch of people who will then flood his fan cafe with messages about how amazing he is and not to let other people get him down. He’s fishing for compliments, probably because he’s bored or lonely or having a crisis on his 30th birthday.
The man is currently serving his mandatory military service and shouldn’t be on Twitter anyway. I love Heechul as much as the next gal (and he’s prettier than both of us combined), but I have very little patience for tantrums like this.
What do YOU think of Heechul’s Twitter melodrama? Justified? Pointless? Annoying? Sad?
“Please don’t come in front of my house or the ward office. I thought that I got nicer as I turned 30, but I guess not. I still suffer from aftereffects from my car accident and it really frightens me that many times, I have to drive with my life at risk as if I’m being chased. You may be disappointed in me or believe that I’m arrogant, but I have only one life, so I can’t let it go. It’s my fault for not being understanding.”
“Please don’t rip off foreign fans who don’t know any better. To take advantage of young people while smiling only makes you look like a gangster.”
“I hope that with these words as my last, no more victims will appear. I will live quietly for a year without tweeting. I’ll see you in a year. Thank you to those who wished me a happy birthday.”
photo and translation via enewsworld