MY HERO ACADEMIA‘S OFFICIAL TWITTER ACCOUNT REFUSED TO CONGRATULATE A K-POP SINGER AGAIN AND UNLEASHED THEIR FANS ‘ANGER
My Hero Academia is one of the most popular series today. His manga is selling very well, and as for his anime, it is widely seen both in Japan and outside of that country.
The official Twitter account in English, @MHAOfficial, has more than 845 thousand followers. Things are going very well for the franchise, but it seems that a certain incident related to this social network has irritated fans of a well-known singing K-pop singer.
IT ALL STARTED WITH A SUNOO BIRTHDAY CONGRATULATION
What happened? What happens is that Sunoo, an artist with many fans, recently commented that he loves anime, and especially the adventures of Izuku Midoriya and his company.
Taking into account that this interpreter’s birthday is approaching, there was no shortage of people who asked the official account to congratulate him. So did the manager of @MHAOfficial, who posted the message ‘happy birthday Sunoo’. But this is not yet fulfilled.
It will be until June 24. So they asked him again to repeat the message in a week. At this, the My Hero Academia account replied with a laconic ‘no’ … and some lost their minds!
That response sparked the ire of some fans, and negative messages began to emerge. Someone claimed that for this type of thing he stopped watching the anime, others demanded that the singer be congratulated and even threatened that there would be ‘consequences’.
MY HERO ACADEMIA TWITTER ACCOUNT WAS IN THE LOOK
Obviously, the fans of the series did not sit idly by, and began to denounce the way Sunoo’s followers acted.
@MHAOfficial’s response was ‘man, I’ll never wish anyone a happy birthday again, now everyone is yelling at me.’ Later, he added, “They informed me that it’s not his birthday today, but they cheated on me and lied to me, so it’s not my fault.” The latter was ultimately very true.
Can Sunoo fans ‘cancel’ My Hero Academia, or the account manager? We doubt it very much. In fact, no one should approve of the toxic attitudes of some of them.
His comments are in the style of “much ado about nothing.” The @MHAOfficial manager is just doing his job and being nice and attentive. Too bad this K-pop singer has followers who engage in these practices.