B.A.P Says Their Latest Concert May Be Their Last, Breaking Fan’s Hearts Around the World

Members discussed their contracts with the fans, hinting they may have to disband.

B.A.P members broke the news about their contracts expiring in the near future, at their B.A.P 2018 LIVE ‘LIMITED’ IN SEOUL concert.

When member Youngjae couldn’t bring up the idea for disclosure, Himchan helped.

“We thought about if we should share this with you today or not. But we have something to tell everyone.”

— Himchan

 

Himchan explained each member of B.A.P has a different contract end date.

“All members of B.A.P have different contract terms, meaning our contracts all end at different times. So really, this could be our last concert all together.”

— Himchan

Fans immediately grew sad to hear such news. When some began sniffling, member Daehyun consoled them by confirming nothing has been set in stone yet.

“We don’t know anything for sure yet. Please don’t be too sad.”

— Daehyun

Youngjae continued, “We still have a bit of time left.”

“The members are spending a lot of time talking things out. It makes us really sad too, but at the same time, it does serve as a wake-up call.”

— Youngjae

 

B.A.P’s leader Bang Yongguk showed appreciation for the fans who have supported the group throughout the years.

“Please don’t cry. “BABYz” have been such huge support for us all the time. Don’t forget that. B.A.P works hard so we can show you our best sides too. We hope you will continue to love and support us.”

— Bang Yongguk

B.A.P boys concluded the discussion on a hopeful note, asking the fans to stay on their sides through whatever is ahead.

“We’ve come such a long way together. Let’s continue to stick together in the future days!”

— B.A.P

 

B.A.P fans all over the world are heartbroken at this notion, that 2018 may be the last year B.A.P performs concerts together. With the members so honestly coming forward, BABYs are showing an undivided support for the boy group, with trending hashtags like #ForeverWithBAP.

Source: MK
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