This Boy Was A Gang Member, But TWICE Changed His Life Forever

This ONCE used to ride motorcycles, but now he’s waving light sticks!

This ONCE‘s life was headed down the wrong path until TWICE inspired him to make a U-turn and ditch his gangster ways.


Two years ago, Twitter user ゆうせい (@akmau010) was a bōsōzoku, a motorcycle-riding gangster who lived life in the fast lane.


Today, he is one of TWICE’s most devoted fans. After discovering the ultra-popular girl group, akmau010 realized that he could change for the better. He traded in his motorcycle for music and is proud of his new fanboy identity.


akmau010 tweeted his inspiring testimony:

“Two years ago, I would not have dreamed of being a fan. Two years ago, I would have dreamed of an accelerator and a clutch, not a light stick, and a fan’s voice. It’s like changing your values and what you think is fun! First of all, don’t accept that you can only learn one way of thinking!” —  akmau010


In just the first 5 days, his tweet was “liked” over 64,000 times and retweeted over 25,000 times.


This bōsōzoku-turned-fanboy is just one of the many Japanese fans TWICE has touched with their music.


Since they debuted in Japan, TWICE has done nothing but break records for K-Pop and has helped to revive Hallyu in Japan.

With Their Grand Debut, TWICE Has Already Become A Top Artist In Japan


At TWICELAND ZONE 2: Fantasy Park tour, over 70,000 Japanese ONCEs attended two nights of concerts.


The concerts were both held at the Saitama Super Arena, the third-largest indoor arena in the world. At maximum capacity, the venue can seat over 36,000 people!


TWICE’s special connection with their Japanese fans just goes to prove that music, like love, knows no borders.

What is love? TWICE!