CAP responds to people telling him not to smoke and is considering not participating in TEEN TOP – K-GEN – comeback
CAP is not allowed to participate in the comeback of TEEN TOP.
In recent months, TEEN TOP has enjoyed a resurgence of popularity in South Korea, so much so that the group’s comeback after years of inactivity was recently announced.
The group’s leader, CAP, has long streamed on his personal YouTube channel, where he shares his life and communicates with those who follow him.
On this May 8th he was mainly painting live. During the live, he paused to chat with his followers while smoking a cigarette. However, many comments told him to quit smoking.
CAP then replied:
“I used to smoke, so there were comments asking me not to smoke during my stream. You know what’s annoying about that? Firstly people who don’t normally watch my streams but suddenly see me because TEEN TOP is making a comeback and tell me I shouldn’t and frankly I hate that kind of bullshit.
Why do these people come and spread this bullshit? You don’t normally consume my content, but coming to think of it, that’s because I’m part of a group and think what I’m doing could harm the group. If that’s the case and you don’t like me, you should have said something before I joined the military, or at least six months ago.
It can also seem to come out of nowhere, but damn it. I’m considering not participating in the comeback. My contract ends in July anyway. »
Afterwards, he also revealed that he was trying to quit smoking and wanted to quit before joining the military, but never succeeded.