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EXO's Lay asks fans to not blame SM Entertainment for the recent fainting incident

By yckim124   Thursday, October 20, 2016   53,497   12,619   31
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EXO's Lay is asking fans to not put the blame on SM Entertainment for his recent fainting incident. 


Previously on October 11, Lay worried many fans as he lost consciousness at the airport. He then returned to schedule only a day after the incident, causing many fans to point fingers at SM for his poor health condition. 


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At an event for Chinese drama, 'The Mystic Nine', on October 19, Lay was asked about the recent incident and his health. The MC worried about Lay, asked, "Are you not getting enough rest nowadays?" 


In response, Lay explained, "Fainting is my fault. Please do not blame my label. I want to emphasize once again that I am the one who decides the arrangements of my schedule. I'm also the type who doesn't like accepting failures, so I tend to only do the things that I am capable of doing. My label also respects my opinions."

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    Carmelia_Jayne Monday, October 24, 2016

    Please Lay!!! Rest as much as you can and don't push yourself too hard!!!!

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    foltarida Friday, October 21, 2016

    keep heatlhy dude

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    chubbyabbyyy Friday, October 21, 2016

    I blame how the peer always put stress in idols. Idols basically have no private life and not to mention, there are always sasaeng fans. They have to work hard to meet the high expectation. One mistake, the group lost its reputation.

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