JYJ Yoochun Deactivates His Twitter Account All of Sudden, Why!?

By Staff Writer | August 02, 2012 11:10 AM EDT

JYJ Yoochun Explains His Reason for Deactivating His Twitter
JYJ Yoochun Explains His Reason for Deactivating His Twitter (Photo : d)

Many are curious as to why JYJ Yoochun suddenly deactivated his twitter.

Yesterday, Yoochun tweeted, "Thank you for always supporting me. I will continue to work hard to make great music and act for my fans. Thank you so much once again. I love you all!" After his tweet, he deactivated his account. Many were curious as to why he had deleted his account.

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An official stated, "There seems to be a misunderstanding with fans thinking that he had deleted his account due to Sasaeng(Stalker) fans. There was no particular reason for his sudden deletion of his account. He felt bad that he had made an account and did not use it as much. Many of his fans had mentioned him on tweets, but he was not able to reply back to everyone on time. He felt that it would make him more comfortable to just delete the account."

Another official stated, "He did not delete it due to a personal problem or a change of heart."

Yoochun is currently preparing for his fan meeting starting on August 25 in Shanghai.

Tagged :  JYJ, Yoochun, Twitter

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