Friday, August 3, 2012

Okay, well.

I would just like to say that I love 2PM, and I love Nichkhun and I will always support every single one of those boys, because I am and will remain a Hottest. But regardless of if it was 100% Khun's fault, it doesn't change the fact that he was driving intoxicated. As much as you can love an idol, that's not okay. It's not a good thing that he made this mistake because it 'made him human'.

I think it's interesting how obsessed with an idol we can become that we can make even the worst of the worst actions seem OK. 1 person dies every 31 minutes because of someone who made the same mistake Nichkhun did. What if he hadn't hit a man? What if he had hit a child, a pregnant woman, or a senior citizen?

It's okay to forgive, but its not okay to say that he did nothing wrong. It's not okay to reprimand Siwon from Super Junior, for making a comment about how what Nichkhun did was wrong. It's not okay to say that it is none of Siwon's business. Because how long ago was it, that Nichkhun himself decided to make a comment about Block B's issue in Thailand? And then that said complaint sent Nickhun's fans into an outcry. They all began this overwhelming hatred for Block B, in the end more and more people joined in. They all even signed a petition to have Block B member's KILL THEMSELVES, ultimately sending P.O. to the hospital, because he had been diagnosed with stress induced schizophrenia. Hottestes are being very hypocritical right now. Why is Nichkhun, and the rest of 2PM, allowed to make Block B look bad for being insensitive… yet Siwon is a horrible person for saying what Khun had done was wrong? Khun could have killed someone, and no matter what the other driver did, it still would have been his fault.

Everyone needs to know that just because someone is your bias, doesn't mean that they are incapable of wrong doing. And when they do in fact do something wrong, its okay for them to receive criticism.

And don't get me wrong. I'm still Hottest. And I miss Nichkhun so much.

Best regards,
Adindi Ramadhania

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