Leeteuk's Clarification, "Just Follow Me Around for One Day, I'll Show You My Daily Life"
By Staff Writer | September 21, 2012 03:47 AM EDT
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Yesterday, Leeteuk posted on his Twitter, "Celebrity is a career that lives by the image portrayed to the public, so if you just do image making well, you can become a good person and a gentleman to the crowd. But even that has limits and time will reveal the truth."
He continued, "Just follow me around for one day. I will show you my daily life. If you want my phone, I will give it to you too. Then you can see what kind of contacts are coming in and are being made," revealing that he is innocent.
Three days ago, Kang Ye Sol and SISTAR Dasom came out in SBS TV "Strong Heart." The two said that Leeteuk texted them late at night or early in the morning. Kang Ye Sol said, "I used to work for a program with Leeteuk. Once in a while, he texted me. Every time his number changes, he sent me a text message too."
Dasom also said, "He also texts me often. But he doesn't only text me, he texts all the members with the message changed a little bit to every member. He is the 'octopus feet' among girl group members."
Internet users who saw this commented, "He's about to become a player to everyone," "People misunderstood him just checking up on people," "It's an action that buys misunderstandings automatically," "Why are you texting early in the morning?," and "This is a big hit on Leeteuk's image."
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