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“Is he attacking BIG BANG Taeyang?”… Lee Yong-jin drew attention as he said celebrities who deleted all Instagram posts were “ridiculous”

Netizens pointed out Lee Yong-jin’s remark in a recent “Turkids on the Block” video.

BIGBANG’s Taeyang recently came under fire while cleaning up his Instagram feed.

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As BIGBANG’s Taeyang only told the news that he became a father without any special broadcasting activities in 2019, the only way to communicate with his fans was through SNS.

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Taeyang recently drew attention by removing not only his own picture, but also his wedding picture with his wife, Min Hyo-rin.

As of 7 pm on the 29th, if you enter Taeyang’s Instagram, there is still only a ‘no post’ left.

Taeyang

Amid various speculations, including rumors of Taeyang’s comeback and discord, comedian Lee Yong-jin’s remarks are drawing attention.

Singer pH-1 appeared as a guest and interviewed on the web entertainment show “Turkids on the Block,” which was released on the 28th.

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In the video, Lee Yong-jin asked “Why did you do that?” as he could not understand the reason pH-1 suddenly deleted all the posts on his SNS in July.

Lee Yong-jin continued, “I’m not talking about any specific celebrity. Lots of celebrities with many followers delete posts on their SNS like emptying the recycle bin on the computer”. 

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He added, “Then they suddenly make a new post as if they were born again. It’s not that their faces are shown in the picture, but only their shadows or a glass of soju appear. Why are they doing such ridiculous things?”.

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pH-1 said, “Many made the post knowing exactly what they were feeling”. Lee Yong-jin responded, “What do you think about those who like to show off? Nothing special, right?”, expressing his honest thoughts.

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Meanwhile, Lee Yong-jin made his debut as a comedian in 2003. He married a non-celebrity in 2019 and has a son named Yoon-jae. Lee Yong-jin has appeared on various web entertainment programs, such as “Turkids on the Block”, Box Media’s “Yong-jin’s Health Center”, etc. 

Source: Insight

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