Where did all the Post-It Notes from Monsta X fans go?

“debt controversy.”

Fans opposed the move as Monster X member Won-ho, who has been embroiled in a debt controversy, announced his withdrawal from the band.

When Monster X-Won-ho announced his withdrawal on Oct. 31, fans opposed his decision and posted post-it notes with messages supporting Wonho on the Starship Entertainment building.

Fans of Monster X gathered at the Starship Entertainment office building, opposing the withdrawal and posted messages criticizing Starship Entertainment for failing to protect the artist.

The post-it notes wrote about “opposition to withdrawal from Wonho”, “I’m sorry I couldn’t help you,” “Starship Protect Its Artist,” and “Return Won Ho”

The next morning, the fan messages were cleared. Monsta X fans said they posted the memo for hours.

Original Post : Nate

1. [+1059, -16] Everyone, life is great in our country .. even if you’ve lived it poorly from going in and out of juvenile detention centers, sucking in drugs, as long as you’re an idol. (ㅋㅋㅋ ㅋㅋㅋ) (kakakakaka)

2. [+869, -13] Wherever you go, there are human atms , how can you support an idol who smokes marijuana with his girlfriend and lived with her… just hopeless, really.

3. [+765 -14] Crazy fan girls just disappear with Wonho

4. [+32, -4] Crazy fan girls

5. [+24 -2] Are your fans elementary school students? Thousands in debt, juvie, drugs, that’s a big deal at a young age.

6. [+17, -0] If you bring him back you’ll kill 6 people

7. [+0, -14] Wonho, cheer up! There are sisters behind you!

8. [+9, -0] You’re out of your mind.I’m afraid my kid’s going around like that…

9. [+22, -1] Then lets get fans together and pay back debt ㅋㅋㅋ (kakaka lol)

10. [+14, -0] What a con man

+ posts

Sam Lee, a journalist with a passion for K-pop, brings fresh insights to the industry through engaging articles and analysis. With a background in journalism and a love for music, Sam's writing offers readers a glimpse into K-pop culture. When not writing, Sam enjoys staying up-to-date with new releases, attending concerts, and exploring Korean pop music.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *