Well, 2PM’s Jaebum is getting severe headaches nowadays because of his racist remarks in his MySpace account against Koreans back in 2005 to 2007.
Some of these remarks are so rude. Having grown up in America, Jaebum thinks that Koreans are second-class citizens and that he should be treated differently.
These are some of his comments:
“Korea is gay…I hate Koreans…Korea is whack…but everyone thinks I’m like the illest rapper when I suck nuts at rappin”
It was so stupid of him. JYP is probably getting nightmares on how to get Jaebum out of this holy mess. And to think that 2PM is gonna launch their new album in October. 2PM should be ready to get a lot of boos.
Anyway, here’s an entry from 2oneday about the Jaebum fiasco:
2PM Jaebum has been receiving much critism for his past mistakes on the myspace incidents.
After releasing an official public apology (2PM Jaebum and JYPE themselves), issues of 2PM’s schedules and broadcasts have become an exclusive topic.
On the 5th, Jaebum had said under this apology on the official 2PM Fancafe that “I am feeling very guilty and sorry for my mistakes. And I regret saying any of those things”, but aside from the time off he had been given, he stood on stage for the Incheon Han-ryu Concert.
Park Jinyoung, representative of JYP Entertainment, has spoken up about Jaebum’s future activities with 2PM. “Although, we feel very guilty and sorry for all the people who have been disappointed by Park Jaebum’s past mistakes, I will not be taking him out of the group. Many people have been suggesting ideas of banning Park Jaebum out of 2PM, but that will never happen. We believe that he has done something wrong, but as a whole, we do not think it is enough to be taking his dreams and goals away from him. This was not a decision made by only the JYPE staff, but it was something all of the fellow 2PM members have agreed to.”
On the other hand, netizens who have been observing 2PM Park Jaebum’s issues have been wondering if he will become the “2nd Yoo Seung Jun”. Park Jinyoung has also commented in an interview that “He will not be the next Yoo Seungjun, for he will not be taken away from us.”
Meanwhile, the issues for 2PM Jaebum’s Myspace incidents have slowly been dying down after netizens have seemingly come down to ‘attacking’ Big Bang’s G-Dragon and his plagiarisms for his solo comeback.
SOURCE: Lee Eunji reporter (firstname.lastname@example.org) & Cyworld.co.kr : TRANS: mrs.jangwooyoung @ 2ONEDAY