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B1A4's Baro apologizes for 'Please Take Care of My Refrigerator' controversy

By elliefilet   Tuesday, July 5, 2016   53,544   4,107   92
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B1A4's Baro apologized for the recent controversy surrounding his attitude on the July 4th episode of JTBC's 'Please Take Care of My Refrigerator'.

SEE ALSO: B1A4's Baro under fire for attitude on 'Please Take Care of My Refrigerator'?



On July 5, Baro stated through his agency WM Entertainment, "I apologize to the viewers who felt uncomfortable watching the show as well as Taek Jae Hoon, the chefs, and the producers. It was my first time on the show, and I think my desire to do well was too much and made people uncomfortable."

He added, "I will humbly accept the harsh criticism, and I'll try my best to be more careful on shows in the future."

What do you think of Baro's apology?

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    Blue82 Wednesday, July 6, 2016

    The apology was not needed because he did nothing wrong. Not everyone is going to like every kind of food and the producers even said he told them before the show that he was a picky eater and informed them of his tastes. He also made mention that he doesn't like certain textures and that tends to be a sensory issue. I as well as many other people just cannot eat or are not comfortable eating certain types of textures concerning food. It's a very common issue.

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    federick Tuesday, July 5, 2016

    Banas know that he is a good boy. No need to apologize Baro.

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    ilutgg Tuesday, July 5, 2016

    he shouldnt have apologized. knetz are always butt hurt.

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