9:54 pm - 01/21/2013

Saesang fan drugs himchan's drink


Earlier in th Fandomfreakout post here was something mentioned about Himchan being drugged by a fan. Since there hasn't been a post yet, here the details.

This is a Pann post nd none of this is confirmed so just keep in mind that it's a rumor
A netizen uploaded a screencap of a conversation she had with a friend who's friends with a B.A.P. sasaeng fan. In an effort to get their attention, she had given Himchan a cup of coffee mixed with constipation meds

"When B.A.P. was promoting 'Power', she said that she gave Himchan a cup of coffee with constipation medicine mixed into it when she saw him on their way to work. I wondered if he was known to have constipation issues or anything else that could possibly warrant such an action. She waited for him to leave the broadcast hall and asked if he drank it and he said he did. When you watch B.A.P.'s performance that day, his face looks completely ghost white, he messes up his choreography, he looks unable to find his balance, and he finally falls over, hitting himself on stage equipment. He looked to have injured his back but went back on stage and kept performing. The crazy girl reacted to this saying she thought it was fun and that she's going to have something worse planned when they make their next comeback."



And this is the Music Bank performance (120511)

source: netizenbuzz, Pann, CapsuleHD21 n chicken-jae@tumblr

I've heard about anti's drugging idols' drinks, but never a fan...
janri 21st-Jan-2013 09:11 pm (UTC)
I'm surprised idols accept anything from fans after someone poisoned Yunho.
theharleyquinn 21st-Jan-2013 09:13 pm (UTC)
This. I'm surprised their security and managers don't screen/check gifts from fans, especially after that.
missnothings 21st-Jan-2013 09:14 pm (UTC)
Yeah seriously. Like it's different when fans send food from like restaurants or those companies that make those lunchboxes for groups (lol), but from a fan off the street?? Omg no way would I do that. You don't have a clue what someone could have put in there.
lightframes 21st-Jan-2013 09:23 pm (UTC)
That's why this whole story seems off.
markthatcoin 21st-Jan-2013 09:27 pm (UTC)
Though I wonder, it felt to me as if the fan may have seemed like someone on the show's staff (like, as if all of these events took place at KBS?), and if he really did ask for coffee then idk....
It's so sad, I don't understand any of this.
benihime99 21st-Jan-2013 09:48 pm (UTC)
scubajr 21st-Jan-2013 10:24 pm (UTC)
jenny_grey 21st-Jan-2013 10:44 pm (UTC)

I always see pictures of B.A.P at the airport, or just walking in to do a show or whatever, with tons and tons of bags of gifts from fans and I wonder how on earth they're allowed to accept them - who knows what's inside, even if it's not poisoned food.
bumie 21st-Jan-2013 10:56 pm (UTC)
this , srsly i don't understand
yingmoon26 21st-Jan-2013 11:21 pm (UTC)
i read somewhere (take it with a grain of salt though) idols are actually not supposed to take gifts (in SME's case anyway) at airports but a lot of them don't really listen take them anyway to be nice to fans. like for EXO-M, Luhan and Kris will take the gifts but Xiumin never does (he doesn't really dare to).
missnothings 21st-Jan-2013 11:46 pm (UTC)
I think that's just SM's rule.
asnindie 21st-Jan-2013 11:36 pm (UTC)
That's like one fan though, idol get given alot of food and stuff. I imagine them being rookies and stuff, the compaay probably allowed fans to get closer.
gray_fairy 21st-Jan-2013 11:42 pm (UTC)
Maybe he's too naive, idek.
0nlymemories 23rd-Jan-2013 03:30 am (UTC)
Similarly, someone roofied Pete Wentz once, and another crazy tried to give Panic! at the Disco brownies with her own pubic hair in them. Which lead the entire label to issue a blanket "no edible gifts from fans" rule in 2008 or thereabouts.

I really wish that this sort of thing were some sort of isolated incident, but mostly it just seems like people lose their damn minds when near people they idolize. :/
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