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G-Friend's 'hidden camera glasses' fan banned from future events

By elliefilet   20 days ago   84,318   2,888   32
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The G-Friend fan who caused a bit of controversy after wearing hidden camera glasses to a fan signing has been banned from future events.

SEE ALSO: G-Friend's manager upsets fans due to his physical contact with members


On April 5, G-Friend's agency announced, "The 'hidden camera man' in the fan signing footage who caused controversy was sent home immediately. We plan to take action to ban him from G-Friend's official events in the future."

As previously reported, fans were upset that a young man had worn hidden camera glasses to a fan signing event by G-Friend. It's known to be against the rules to film table meetings with idol stars, and many argued the fan was in the wrong to film the G-Friend members without their knowledge.

Do you think he deserved the ban?

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alixxxandra 18 days ago

I understand why they banned him and also hidden camera glasses can be used for extra creppy things so yeah, but I also understand why he wore them. I guess he wanted to get his encounter with them recorded so he could watch the memory over again. Maybe if he told them he was recording the outcome would have been different.(?) Idk never been to one so I have no idea how it works.

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ohbunnies 19 days ago

I kinda understand why its not allow to film at the table because idols cant be themselves and feel uncomfortable with a camera all up in their face.

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julee22 19 days ago

Wait, you can film them when you're not AT the table right?

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yennyikonbb julee22 18 days ago

When you're not at he table, yes.

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fandoms_kpop 19 days ago

wow, they're over reacting

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fandoms_kpop 19 days ago

If you can record them while your not at the table , then you should be able to record them when your there, i mean secretly filming wasn't such a good idea , but to ban him, that's so fucking harsh, imagine losing the ability to see your idol. They stripped him of being able to see his idols bc no where did they state that he couldn't have camera glasses we all know they exist add it to your damn rules.

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yennyikonbb fandoms_kpop 19 days ago

Shut up if you dont know anything

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michinpabo fandoms_kpop 19 days ago

If it makes them uncomfortable then fans should understand and if you think you should have those kinds of right despite making them uncomfortable then you only see them as objects and not people which makes you a shitty fan and probably a pervert.

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razorbladeromanc fandoms_kpop 19 days ago

said by someone who probably didnot went to a fan signing event yet.

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fandoms_kpop michinpabo 18 days ago

UM..WHERE....did i say they were objects?..no did I say what he did was right?...no did i say anything fucking thing about it being ok?... no all i fucking said was that it was harsh to ban him I said that they choose the life of idols and this wasnt just them walking in the streets this was at an official event

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yennyikonbb fandoms_kpop 18 days ago

Not allowing cameras at the table includes ALL TYPES OF CAMERAS. They don't need to add a rule about camera glasses. I agree it might be a little harsh, and if he learned his lesson i do hope they lift the ban. But he's the one who broke the rules and he tried to do it secretly

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Jung_Wi 20 days ago

Just creepy AF! You should never film someone without their knowledge.

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Roslolian 20 days ago

Where are all the posters now who said Gfriend weren't upset and they just thought the camera looked cool? LOL! Yeah, Gfriend thought it was so cool they banned the dude for being a creeper. Idols don't want there to be cameras on table meeting events because the idols and the person are sitting right across each other, there are lots of opportunities to take inappropriate pictures for example if the idol is sitting and the fan is standing and looking down on her, then the fan might act like he's not being a creeper but in reality he is recording everything and then zooming it all the way up when he gets home. If the idols know they are being filmed or there is a camera then they can take the appropriate action and be a respectable distance away or make sure they aren't showing anything inapproriate etc. and that's why there are rules and regulations against filming, unless you probably ask nicely and inform them first IIRC there was a youtuber who filmed himself having English conversations with GFriend that was probably done with permission since they didn't seem bothered with the camera. And IMHo the banning was justified, Gfriend management needs to be harsh on cases like these to set an example, if they let the guy get away with a slap on the wrist then other fans will take notice and start doing it too. Now that they've set a precedent on what they do to creepers, I doubt other fans will follow suit unless they want to also be banned from future events like that dude. Sucks for the guy though, I'm not sure if he really was a creeper or he just wanted to show off his brand new google glasses LOL.

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pink_oracle 20 days ago

lol, I wonder if he got to keep the footage of the last time he got to meet them in person.

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sonelflee 20 days ago

GOOD!! <3

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LilBmw 20 days ago

I bet he is regretting it big time

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hanalala707 20 days ago

That fan be like : idgaf

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