Super Junior-M Henry: 'Been A Mistake Since Nine Years Ago'
Super Junior-M Henry turned to his fans for help supposedly against the management label SM Entertainment and revealed his regrets since nine years ago.
The 27-year-old Canadian artist sent shudders to the ELF fans when he posted Saturday a cryptic dark post on Instagram with a message that revealed his long overdue frustrations.
"Difficult," wrote Henry. "Getting tired. I can't do it alone anymore. Been a mistake since 9 years ago. It's gotten so big..cannot support anymore. What do I do from here on?"
He also tweeted the same message.
Henry made his debut nine years ago with Super Junior-M as a violinist in Super Junior's "Don't Don" music video.
The M in Super Junior-M stands for Mandarin because it is composed of both Chinese and South Korean members. Henry and Chinese artist Zhou Mi joined Han Geng, Donghae, Siwon, Ryeowook and Kyuhyun for Super Junior's third and most successful subgroup.
The frustrated artist did not even need to mention SM Entertainment as the cause of his stress because his words were loud and clear though with missing important details.
"I...only have my fans left," added Henry on the comment section. "If you see this message, please speak for me. My agency doesn't listen to me."
Henry's plea for help quickly reached his fans across the world as they overwhelmed his Instagram with a show of love and support.
They made #JusticeForHenryLau trend worldwide and are seeking answers from the management label.
It was only in August when ELFs also worried that Henry might have left Super Junior-M after his Weibo profile picture described him as a "former Super Junior-M member."
Henry quickly reassured fans that it was all just a mistake.
"Oops pressed the wrong button on weibo!!!! sorry sorry sorry sorry for the misunderstanding. still here," tweeted Henry, as reported by allkpop.
He deleted this tweet, however, while his Weibo profile still describes him as a "former Super Junior-M member."