TWICE Member’s Alleged ‘Demands’ Over Deleted Post with LE SSERAFIM Kazuha, Baseball Star Revealed

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Netizens were left in stitches after a Japanese journalist from the outlet Chosun Sinbo took to Twitter on May 7 with some eyebrow-raising claims concerning a member of TWICE and LE SSERAFIM’s Kazuha.

The journalist, known for his coverage of entertainment and sports, alleged that a TWICE member had made “demands” following the publication of a now-deleted article about Kazuha and a Japanese baseball player.

In his tweet, the journalist suggested that the TWICE member had insisted on keeping Kazuha out of discussions, declaring:

“I will protect Kazuha at all costs.”

LE SSERAFIM’s Kazuha | @zuhazana
(Photo : INSTAGRAM/ @zuhazana)

However, the tweet also drew attention for its unexpected inclusion of the baseball player, Ryuki Watarai, leaving netizens scratching their heads over the seemingly random connection.

Ryuki Watarai
Ryuki Watarai

A TWICE member has demanded me to “leave Kazuha out of your mouth, and said that “I will protect Kazuha at all costs”

I apologise from the bottom of my heart to LE SSERAFIM, Kazuha Nakamura, Ryuki Watarai, and everyone who was mentioned in my incorrect post, which was deleted

The journalist’s tweet sparked a flurry of speculation and amusement among netizens, who found the situation too absurd to take seriously. While some attempted to decipher which TWICE member might be behind the alleged demands, others simply marveled at the bizarre nature of the claim.

Despite the initial confusion, netizens quickly turned the situation into a source of entertainment, flooding social media with humorous reactions and memes.




The absurdity of the claims only served to amplify the laughter, with fans jokingly imagining various scenarios involving TWICE, Kazuha, and the mysterious baseball player.

While the veracity of the journalist’s claims remains uncertain, one thing is clear: netizens have found ample amusement in the situation. The unexpected convergence of TWICE, LE SSERAFIM, and a Japanese baseball player has provided fodder for countless jokes and memes, showcasing the playful nature of online fandoms.