The chaos began around November 20, when VIXX fans started to notice a homepage master who would upload suspicious photos and captions on Instagram like the one below:
The photo is of Leo wearing a birthday cone and the caption reads, "Just the two of us," implying that the person spent private time with VIXX's Leo for his birthday. Fans were furious and confused. Then, they noticed more posts like these.
Following is a photo of Leo's nephew, and the homepage master seems to indicate that she gave Leo a bib to give to the baby.
She wrote, "When did you pack and take everything? This time you did a good job putting it on his neck, not head. Everything I give you, you show me."
Fans were angry since VIXX are not supposed to take home any presents given to them by Korean fans at fansigning events.
There were more posts like these:
"Good job wearing it coordinated #injeungfairy" Injeung is when celebrities prove that they received the present from fans by wearing it or posting photos of them.
"Does this make sense?!? Using it as soon as I give it to you, thank you."
All these photos and information started to circulate VIXX fan sites on November 20, and when VIXX's fan song "Milky Way" came out the next day on November 21, it was off the top 100 chart in less than 12 hours because fans were so angry and were waiting for VIXX and their agency to explain the relationship between Leo and the homepage master in question.
Then on November 22, Leo uploaded the following on his Instagram. It is a screen shot of the "Milky Way" lyric:
The highlighted lyric is "Do not doubt our relationship." Fans debated over the meaning of this line -- some said that Leo was trying to reassure his love for his fans, and some said that he was communicating to the homepage master.
To calm down the fans, VIXX's agency, Jellyfish, uploaded a notice on November 23, explaining that gifts are okay as long as they are 'supports' from fan clubs. The agency stated that this was announced but went unnoticed by most fans.
Then on November 24, Jellyfish again put out an official notice to the fans -- this time with more detailed explanations.
It clarified the birthday Instagram post by saying, "The birthday wasn't what fans are worried about...Support team (fan page people) came to Leo's musical on November 9, so to express our gratitude, we allowed Leo to personally say thank you, and the situation was misinterpreted."
Basically, the "Just the two of us" birthday party was not true, since it took place at the site of Leo's musical, where other staffs and fans were present, according to the agency.
Jellyfish continued, "...additionally, the fan who uploaded photos and writings that could cause confusion and misunderstanding has been blacklisted as 'sasaeng' since she infringed the privacy of the member....The person can no longer attend fan events, fan autograph events, and recordings related to VIXX. The person also lost the fan membership..."
Fans are relieved by the news, but some still doubt whether this was truly what took place. One fan found that the last time Leo replied back to a fan on Twitter was to the same homepage master back in September.
Leo wrote, "Have a good dream," to Bubby_of_J, the homepage master.
What are you thoughts on this? Was it a delusional fan who was pretending to have a special relationship with Leo or was Leo actually crossing the line?