Monthly income of 100 million BJBly finally apologized for the controversy over swearing on the prank phone to 119 while drunk
BJ Bly made a prank call to the 119 emergency center during a drunk broadcast and apologized directly when it became controversial.
On the 24th, Bly posted a statement on his African TV channel titled “I’m talking about 119 calls.”
Bly said, “Yesterday, you said that your passionate blood was sick during a drinking broadcast, but I was trying to call an ambulance, but I suddenly hung up because I remembered that I didn’t know the address. “I called 119 without thinking deeply while drinking a lot,” he said. “The intention was not a prank call, but I think it could look like a prank call even to me when I see what I did.” “I’m so sorry for deeply reflecting on myself and causing a stir,” he bowed.
Earlier on the 23rd, Bly was drinking and conducting a personal broadcast, and called 119 after seeing a passionate fan saying he was sick. He answered the phone right away from 119 and said, “Hello. Where is it now? I’ll call you back,” he said gibberish, and after hanging up the phone, he said, “You’re answering right away? “I didn’t know I would get it right away,” he said, showing great embarrassment. “You guys are stuck. Honestly, isn’t that possible. “Did I do something wrong?” he said, showing discomfort to fans who pointed out the behavior of calling 119, and when he was told that he would report to the public interest, he said, “What do you want me to do. “What do you want me to do with my personal broadcast?” he said. If you make a prank call to 119, you may be sentenced to up to five years in prison or fined up to 10 million won depending on the report.
Meanwhile, Bly is a personal broadcaster with dance as the main content, and as of April, he received about 100 million won (1 million star balloons)