Tiger JK, Clarifies Rumors With Psy "We're Close Enough to Text Each Other"
By Staff Writer | September 27, 2012 02:27 AM EDT
Tiger JK clarified the rumors he had with Psy.
Today, singer Tiger JK posted on his Twitter, "Please be light with the words you write on articles. Maybe next time you could at least give me a call and listen to what I have to say before you write. You're ruining my awesome image. It's all your fault, reporters. Save me."
He continued, "I'm close enough to Psy to be texting with him even when he's in America. Lastly, the ones that I talked badly about were unwelcomed guests, not oversea fans. They were doing the horse dance, making me stop my song every verse. That's all!," clarifying every uncertain rumors.
During a concert held on the 22nd, Tiger JK got into a fight with foreign audience members who requested him to do the horse dance, saying "Shut up and do the horse dance". Tiger JK had to stop the concert for more than 10 minutes to yell at them and curse at them.
When this issue was getting uncontrollably big, Tiger JK wrote on his Twitter on the 25th, "I ask for forgiveness. My words and actions cannot be justified. I am ashamed that I acted out of stereotyping."
Internet users who saw this commented, "I think the situation called for anger," "Let's not encourage rumors," "Who is bothering our Tiger JK?," "Misunderstandings," and "This makes me feel good."
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