Super Junior Heechul Closes Down His Twitter After Warning Stalker Fans
By Staff Writer | July 10, 2012 10:26 AM EDT
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Heechul wrote "Please do not follow me to my house or to my ward office. I thought that I became a bit more good-hearted now that I'm 30, but I guess that's just not for me. I still feel the after effects of my accident, and it's frightening to put my life on the line and drive away as if I'm running from something. I know this sounds arrogant, and I know people may be disappointed, but I only have one life to live. It's my fault for being unable to be more understanding.
He added "And to all you taxi drivers, please don't rip off foreign fans who don't know any better. Taking advantage of young kids with smiles on your faces make you guys look like thugs. In short, I just hope that victims like this will not arise again. I will live quietly for the next year, without tweeting anything. I will see everyone in a year. Thank you to everyone who wished me a happy birthday."
On another note, Heechul and Leeteuk in January were involved in a 7-car collision accident in Singapore because some diehard stalker fans chases their van in taxis.
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