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12:15 pm - 06/29/2011

Johnny & Associates' Response to Morimoto's Incident

On June 28th, Johnny & Associates announced their official message on their homepage regarding the incident with the youngest Hey! Say! JUMP member, Morimoto Ryutarou (16).

Although the agency did not report Morimoto’s name or the validity of his actions, they posted a formal apology to the fans by stating, “We are deeply sorry for the inconvenience and the worry we have caused.”

As a response, the agency added three more dates for Hey! Say! JUMP’s entertainment show, ‘SUMMARY 2011’, with one Osaka Dome performance (September 18th) and two Tokyo Dome performances (24th and 25th). This show was originally scheduled to occur from August 7th to September 11th.

In response to Morimoto’s indefinite suspension, his appearance may be omitted from various pre-recorded shows. For example, it has been revealed that his appearance on Hey! Say! JUMP’s regular show, “Yan Yan JUMP”, has been deleted from the recorded footage.

Johnny & Associates commented on their actions, stating, “We will air the episode after replacing all the cutout scenes with other members of the group.”

It is still undecided if his appearances in TV programs such as “HEY! HEY! HEY!” and new CMs such as the ones for Lotte will be omitted, but it is currently under review.

With this, the rest of the members of Hey! Say! JUMP pledged that, “We will do our very best so please do continue to support us from now on.”


FYI. the Dome concerts were announced to fan club members a day (or 2) prior to the scandal, so it was actually NOT in response to the incident. But I'm happy it's pushing through.
czarny 29th-Jun-2011 12:45 pm (UTC)
A lot of their fans has been crying out of their hearts

Lmao, some people need to re-assess their lives.
sakana93 29th-Jun-2011 01:50 pm (UTC)
Lol, you or them? Care about yourself first instead of going around and criticize like you know everything
They dont need to listen to the unhearted
czarny 29th-Jun-2011 03:40 pm (UTC)
"Unhearted" is not a word and I'm just saying if a person is so emotionally connected to a Japanese teenager they will probably never meet then they need to seriously think about whether they are living the life they want.
sakana93 29th-Jun-2011 04:25 pm (UTC)
I know about my bad English thank you
IMO you should mind your own business. Idols
are nothings to you but they do mean a lot to
. For exp my life had been hell for 15years before
Arashi. This is the life I want. You cant adjust your standart to all other people
czarny 29th-Jun-2011 06:58 pm (UTC)
I understand what you mean actually, they can actually save people and Arashi are one of those things that give so much joy to people. <3
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