2 PM's Taecyeon Apologizes To INFINITE Fans For Slight Misunderstanding
By Staff Writer | June 10, 2012 07:05 PM EDT
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Taecyeon tweeted on June 9, "I think there was a misunderstanding. I think it's important that we sort things out. Happy 2nd anniversary to INFINITE and I will be more careful to not make any more misunderstandings."
The misunderstanding happened through a conversation between Taecyeon and G.NA.
On June 8, G.NA posted on her twitter, "Although they did not receive first place, thanks to everyone that voted for INFINITE and Baek Ji Young for runner ups." It was this tweet that Taecyeon responded to, "I find it hard to believe that INFINITE are seniors to you."
G.NA later replied to Taecyeon's comment with, "It's probably because I'm older. Haha. You are a super seniors!" Taecyeon replied with, "What do you mean super seniors? Please. Like I always say, we all grow old together haha."
However, this conversation came across as a big misunderstanding amongst INFINITE fans. Fans thought that Taecyeon had referred the "What do you mean Dae sunbae" statement to INFINITE instead of 2PM.
Internet users stated, "Taecyeon must've been a bit shocked by their response in the beginning" and "INFINITE fans, please accept Taecyeon's apology!"
INFINITE’s new title song ‘The Chaser’ has been loved by fans and have been gaining much attention.
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